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Carlisle- Mrs. Patricia A. (Honan) LoCascio, 62, or Crommie Road, died Sunday, July 20, 2008 at her residence with her family at her side.
Mrs. LoCascio was born June 30, 1946 in Brooklyn to William Honan II and Vernice (Bryan) Honan, who both survive her.
She moved from Long Island to the upstate New York area in the early 1970's and was employed at the Great American in the meat department until 1985. She was active in volunteer work with the Schoharie County Office of Domestic Violence and the Schoharie County Mental Health Clinic for which she received the Outstanding Volunteer Certificate for her work at the Spring Street Social Club.
Mrs. LoCascio is of Catholic faith.
Survivors include her husband, Anthony LoCascio, whom she married July 4, 1987; daughter, Christine (Andrew) Burton of Trumansburg, NY; son, John (Kate) Bidwell of Sloansville; mother, Vernice (Bryan) Honan of Cobleskill; father, William (Theresa) Honan II of Garden City, NY; 4 sisters: Barbara (Jack) Buffenbarger of Kettering, OH, Janet Honan of Carlisle, Jane Guastella of Boston, MA, and Catherine (David) Knuckles of Charlotte, NC; 2 brothers: William (Kate) Honan III of NY City, and Richard (Patti) Honan of Garden City, NY; step-daughter, Lauren (Peter) Pelluzo of Clifton Park, NY; step-son, Paul LoCascio of Howes Cave; granddaughter, Keira Burton, grandson, Lucas Burton; and several nieces and nephews.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 2:00 PM on Wednesday, July 23, 2008 at St. Vincent de Paul Church 138 Washington Ave. with Father Thomas Holmes as celebrant. Friends may call from 5 to 8 PM on Tuesday at Mereness-Putnam Funeral Home 171 Elm St. Cobleskill. Burial will be in Old Stone Fort Cemetery, Schoharie, NY.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Lustgarten Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer through their website: