Peter R. Pastore Jr.

03/14/1951 - 10/16/2018
Service Date: 10/29/2018

“Pete” Pastore, 67, passed away on October 16, 2018, at his home in Mesa, AZ. Pete was preceded in death by his parents, Marion and Pete Pastore Sr. He is survived in death by his sons, Jason Pastore, (Yvonne Pastore), George Pastore, (Nina Pastore), and Joe Pastore.

Pete will be missed greatly by his family, especially his five grandchildren, John Paul Pastore, Dominic Pastore, Nicholas Pastore, Josie Ann Pastore, and Ellie Pastore, of whom he was so proud, and loved so dearly.

Pete worked for the United States Postal Service in Joliet, Illinois, Scottsdale, AZ, and Chandler, AZ until he retired. He enjoyed coaching his three sons in all their various sports as they grew up, and enjoyed, even more, watching his grandchildren play competitive sports.

He was loved dearly by his extended family, and friends, and will be thought of often, and missed by us all. There will be a private service held Monday, October 29th for Pete. May he rest in peace.

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  • Pete was a beautiful soul who will be greatly missed. My condolences for your loss.

  • Andy and Patti Matic

    We were so shocked and sorry when we heard about Pete’s passing. God bless Pete and his family. We will light a candle at Mass for him this weekend.

  • Margaret Richman

    I do not know Pete. Just saw this on my Facebook wall. I send prayers and hugs to the family of Pete. God bless you and be with you during this hard time.

  • Pete was a friend and we will miss him dearly. So sorry for your loss.

  • Pete was always so sweet and kind to me. He will be missed by me and others who had the pleasure of getting to know him. My thoughts and prayers to his loved ones. God bless.

  • Branden fitzwater

    Pete was a great guy gonna miss you buddy. My condolences go out to his family and friends

  • Jani & Roy Ehlers

    To The Family of Dear Peter,
    We attended the service yesterday at the cemetery, and we just want to tell you how lovely we thought it was.
    The singing was so wonderful (and even sung accepella) and it couldn’t have easy for them to do that. Father Fushek’s comforting and heartfelt words were so touching too.
    Peter can certainly be proud of his sons, and the grandchildren and wives were so sweet………I know why he talked about his family all the time.
    We have known Pete since he moved into the Park and often gave him rides to the store and to his Texas Holdem games. He never complained about his disability and days when he couldn’t get into our van, he would simply say, “I’ll just walk.” What a kind, gentle man he was. We will miss him so much.
    ‘So when tomorrow starts without him, don’t think you’re far apart. For everytime you think of him, he’ll be right there in your heart.’
    Thank you for sharing your dad with us….he is leaving us with a lot of wonderful memories.
    Jani & Roy Ehlers
    Citrus Gardens

  • May God give you the comfort you need during this difficult time. He promises in Rev. 21:3,4 “the former things will pass away” and one day see our family and live in happiness.

  • Pete….you were always very welcoming to this snowbird. God bless and condolences to your family. You will be missed.

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