Pasqual Longo, Jr.

Pasqual Longo, Jr.

WATERTOWN — Pasqual Longo, Jr., born December 18, 1961, son of Pasquale and Patricia (Fosdick) Longo, passed away peacefully on August 28, 2021, in San Diego, Calif., after a short illness of cirrhosis and cancer of the liver.

Pat was surrounded by the love and comfort of his family.

Pat will never be forgotten, but forever greatly missed by those who were blessed to know him. Besides a loving brother to his sisters, he was a good person and cared about his family and friends.

Pat graduated from the Watertown High School, class of 1980. He worked at Centerbank, Waterbury’s in-house print shop and copy center, responsible for equipment maintenance and shipping and receiving.

He received a certificate for outstanding performance as key operator for Kodak EKtaprint Copier Duplicator, a Certificate of Training from Technical Careers Institute and was awarded a certificate of achievement from ServSafe Food Handler Training.

He leaves his mother, Patricia (Fosdick) Longo-King of Waterbury; sisters, Sharon Stone and her husband, Chester McGuire, of San Diego, Calif., Marie Longo of San Diego, and Colleen Longo-Verbrugge and her husband, Chuck Verbrugge, of Seaside, Ore., many uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Pat is the grandson of Willard and Elizabeth Fosdick of Bethany, and Joseph and Antoinette Longo of Bethany.

Private services will take place in May 2022 at the Beaverdale Memorial Park in New Haven.

Personal condolences may be made to Patricia Longo-King, 31 Kay Lane, Unit D, Waterbury 06708; Mr. and Mrs. Chester McGuire and Family, 10039 Los Ranchitos Rd., Lakeside, Calif. 92040; Marie Longo and Family, 10039 Los Ranchitos Rd. Lakeside, Calif. 92040, and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Verbrugge and Family, 321 Ave., Seaside, Ore. 97318.

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