In 2005 his sister Frances Pasqalino was diagnosed with a very progressive form of Multiple Sclerosis and has been confined to a wheelchair for many years. From the early onset of this terrible disease, Enzo took on a very important and crucial role in helping to care for his sister and aging parents Mike (87) and Marietta (82). After living abroad for a number of years volunteering in Central America, he made the decision to move back to Thunder Bay permanently with the intentions of caring for his aging parents, and eventually his disabled sister.
He did not want to leave this world. His goal was to continue a caregiving role and be the support his family needs. All of this memorial fund will go to support Frances Pasqualino in obtaining home care assistance during and after this devestaing time.
Throughout Enzo's courageous battle with cancer, his overwhelming concern was for the future care of his sister Frances should he pass on. Frances requires round the clock healthcare which is beyond what her family can provide for her both presently, and in the future.
We would like to honour Enzo's memory, and assist his family in the times ahead. We love him and we will miss him forever.
- Maria Macri
- Anita and Antonio Maietta
- Francesca Maietta
- Katrine Rasmussen
- Santo Scarfo
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