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Catherine "Cat" Pascucci went home to the Lord after a month-long courageous battle with complications of breast cancer at the Kaplan Hospice House in Danvers surrounded by her family.
She was the loving daughter of Felicia Adams Sikora and Billy Pascucci.
Catherine was a graduate of Manchester Essex High School, Class of 2004. From there, she moved with her family to Florida, where she attended Indian River College Nursing Program and received her degree in nursing.
Catherine wanted to be a nurse from an early age and achieved her goal working many years helping others. At the time of her death she was working at Sebastian Orthopedic Rehabilitation Center. She loved her patients and they loved her. She achieved the status of charge nurse, until her diagnosis of breast cancer five weeks ago.
She leaves behind her mother, Felicia Adams Sikora and husband, Philip of Stuart, Fla., and her father, Billy Pascucci of West Palm Beach, Fla. She also leaves behind her sister, Gloria Marks and her husband, David of Stuart,Fla.; her grandmother and best friend, Patricia Pascucci of Essex; her devoted aunt, Patti Wysocki and husband, Richie of Ipswich; uncle, Steve Pascucci and wife, Denise of Gloucester; her uncle, Kevin Flaherty and his wife, Judy of Gloucester; her Auntie Liz Lane and husband, Eddie of Essex; and many cousins. She also leaves behind her special friend and "second mother," Linda Chestnut of Sebastian, Fla.
She was predeceased by her grandfather, Bill Pascucci; her grandparents, Earl and Gloria Adams; her uncle, Gerard Adams; and her baby brother, William Adam.
There will be no visiting hours, with a special celebration of Catherine's life to be held at a later date.
The family would like to thank everyone for all their prayers and love and a special thanks to Pastor Jack and members of the North Shore Bible Church, Essex, MA.
Published on  October 17, 2016
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