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Dolores Pasquantonio

Apr 04, 1943 - Dec 08, 2023

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Detroit, MI

Dolores "Dee" Pasquantonio age 80 of Wolverine Lake passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones, December 6, 2023 due to a long battle from Alzheimer's. Born April 4, 1943, in Detroit, Michigan to Edward and Cecelia Tanner. She was a loving wife of 61 years to Eugene Pasquantonio and a wonderful mother to David, Joan (Laird), Robert (Kimberly) and Susan. Grandchildren Elizabeth (Maxim), James, Nicole (Jeffery), Sarah and Paul as well as her great-grandchildren Nicholas, Andrea, Emmett and Em...Read More

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