Charlette Jean PascuzziJuly 21, 1932 – November 15, 2004
Charlette Jean Pascuzzi died Monday, Nov. 15, at Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs. She was a resident of Eagle and was 72.Born in Galveston, Texas, on July 21, 1932, she spent her childhood in Amarillo, Texas, where she attended Amarillo High School. In 1951, while working at Borden’s Ice Cream Store in Amarillo, she met Conrad Raymond Pascuzzi. They married on April 21, 1952.Charlette and Conrad subsequently lived in Denver, Salt Lake City and San Diego, where she worked for Allied Van Lines as manager of the tariff department. She also served as president of the Interstate Movers Association of San Diego.In 1978 they moved to Vail. Shortly thereafter they purchased a home in Eagle. Charlette had worked for the Eagle County clerk’s office, the town of Avon planning department and, most recently, had served as the collections investigator for the 5th Judicial District Court in Eagle.Charlette was preceded in death by her parents, George and Mickie Gathright of Parachute. She is survived by her loving husband of Eagle, her brother, William L. Bryant of Melbourne, Fla., her sister, Colleen Kline of Glenwood Springs, and her brother-in-law, Ray Pascuzzi of Yucaipa, Calif.Other survivors include 11 nieces and nephews: Michael Morgan of Glenwood Springs; Bill and Laura Bryant, Nancy and Joseph Cimino, and Madeleine and Tim Liscum of Melbourne; Pat and Al Smith of Yucaipa, and Sandra and Chuck Richardson of McMinnville, Ore.Additionally, her survivors include 10 great-nieces and -nephews: Ashley, Sarah, Kathleen, Francisca, Sebastian, Madison and Will in Melbourne; Denise and Kim in Yucaipa; and Raymond in Las Vegas, as well as four great-great–nieces and -nephews: Ryan and Michael in Las Vegas, and Kelly and Brian in McMinnville.Charlette’s extended family also includes her aunt, Odris Aldrich, her cousin, Joanne Adams of Amarillo, and Merche Domeno and her family, Melinda, Joaquin, Nicholas, and Natalia, all of Melbourne.A memorial service has been scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Community United Methodist Church, 138 Howard St., Eagle. All friends of the family are cordially invited to attend.A memorial service has been scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Community United Methodist Church, 138 Howard St., Eagle. All friends of the family are cordially invited to attend.
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