Condolences for Josephine Pubal

Jillian Kalis posted on 4/5/20

No words will ever do justice for my Aunt Gena’s big personality. Such a lively and beautiful soul that touched so many leaving forever memories. She used to call me “little Lana” & I will forever cherish her voice when thinking of that memory. Love you all!


Nan posted on 4/4/20

Kenny, Denny, Pat, and families, I wish we could all be there with you, all of us cousins, to celebrate your mom. I don't have words to describe what she meant to me. My whole childhood was one big car ride with Raymond, Dar, and me in the back seat, Aunt Gena and mom in the front. Going to bingo, going to hear you guys play, going to the cemetery to tend to our loved ones ... they took us everywhere. And they would talk and talk, and when they got to the good parts, they'd switch to Italian. And Ray would be in the back seat, doing a translation that had us in giggles. I loved your mom so very much. I love you all. Thank you so much for remembering my brother in your eulogy. Nan


Becky Horne posted on 4/4/20

Dear Dennis and Suz and families, Your mom will live forever in the hearts of all who knew and loved her. My deepest sympathy, Becky


katie collins posted on 4/3/20

I loved and now will miss my Great Aunt Gena very much, she was one of a kind...Im so sad to think that that generation is gone, we will all have to make sure to keep the Italian and polish history alive in our families and in future generations. all my love and condolences. xoxo


Ed Sargus posted on 4/2/20

Josephine was such a wonderful person. Jenny and I had the great pleasure of knowing her for many, many years. She always made us smile with her warmth and friendship. She so loved her wonderful family. We know how hard it must for them to lose such a pillar in their lives. We will all carry Josephine in our hearts. Please accept our deepest sympathies...Ed and Jenny Sargus


Sharon (Melet) Walsh posted on 4/2/20

We will miss you Aunt Gina, your kind heart & crazy sense of humor - always made us laugh. Rest In Peace now . Our deepest sympathy to Patrick, Dennis, Kenny & their families.


Jerry Olsheski posted on 4/2/20

My deepest sympathy to Patrick, Denny, and Kenny. I will always remember your mother's great sense of humor and her high level of energy. Rest in peace Mrs. Pubal.


Kami Wines posted on 4/2/20

Family: Your mom was a special lady who left behind sweet memories in our heads and in our hearts. “Hold on to the Love not the Loss”


joseph palombi posted on 4/1/20

rest in peace GINA. I remember summers spent with my cousins, Joe, Pat, Lana & Gina. Time and distance has come between us, but love and memories will never be diminshed. love to all


Maryann Droll posted on 4/1/20

Dear Ken and Suzie -- You are in my prayers at this time of your mother's passing. May God's peace and blessings be yours during this most tender season; and, may He give you many lovely memories, so that you may always have roses in December. Ever hoping . . . Always in Jesus, Maryann


Sheri L. Palombi Rogers and Joe Rogers posted on 3/31/20

We were so sorry to hear about Gina passing! I will always remember her kindness, her fabulous sense of humor and her always being so much fun! Sorry to Denny and Kenny and know that she’s now with Ray and your Dad!


Henry Melet posted on 3/31/20

In loving memory of Aunt Gina. Remembering Uncle Henry and cousins Raymond and Chester Joe. Nephew Henry Jr.


Sandie Vetula posted on 3/31/20

She was such an uplifting and amazing person - full of spirit and cheerfulness. Encounters with her ALWAYS left me smiling! I’m sorry that social distancing is disrupting the wake she deserves. Many of us will mourn her privately. May perpetual light shine upon her forever.


Marlene & Tony Palombi posted on 3/31/20

Our deepest sympathies to the family. Rest in peace, cousin.


Saundra A Saboley posted on 3/30/20

My sympathies to all the Family. I have many fond memories of her friendship over the years. Will miss being able to visit her when I come to Fairpoint.