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Louis L. Pandiscio

October 31, 1921 - May 15, 2017

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At Louis’ request funeral services and burial will be held privately.In lieu of flowers the family asks that you may consider a memorial contribution to the Health Alliance Home Health and Hospice, 60 Hospital Rd., Leominster, MA 01453.

Fitchburg – Louis L. Pandiscio, 95, of Fitchburg, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family on May 15, 2017 in Leominster Crossing.
Louis was born in Fitchburg on October 31, 1921, a son of the late Rocco Pandiscio, Sr. and Eliza (Ciccone) Pandiscio. He was a 1939 graduate of Fitchburg High School. In his younger years, Louis played drums in a musical group, where he met his wife, Lena. She predeceased him on January 18, 2017; they would have celebrated their 74th wedding anniversary this year.
Until his retirement, Louis worked as a stone mason, predominantly for L. Russo Construction. He was a talented wood worker, famous for his extraordinary birdhouses and wooden children’s toys. He loved to do crossword puzzles and putter around in his yard. He enjoyed going out dancing and traveling with his wife. Louis was also a faithful Red Sox and Patriots fan. Aside from spending time with his beloved family, his top favorite things included scratch tickets, shrimp, vanilla coolattas, and big macs!
He leaves his four children, Natalie Lamoureux of Fitchburg, Nancy Sabulis of Fitchburg, Richard Pandiscio and wife, Kathy of Fitchburg, and Ray Pandiscio and wife, Cindy of Townsend; grandchildren, Bobby Lamoureux, Bryan Lamoureux, Kristine Bouchard, Christopher Sabulis, Melissa Longley-Martines, Krista Lyon, Tyler Pandiscio, and Tanner Pandiscio; great-grandchildren, Elisha Bouchard, Sophia Lamoureux, Colin Lamoureux, Olivia and Landon Longley-Martines and Jaxson Pandiscio; many nieces and nephews.

In addition to his wife, Louis was predeceased by his siblings, David, Anthony, Robert, Vincent, and Rocco Pandiscio, Jr., Yolanda Smith, Nicolina Upton, and Mary Carpenter.
The Pandiscio Family would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the staff at Leominster Crossing as well as Health Alliance Home Health and Hospice, especially Lisa Cormier.