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Annette Pasqualone Schultheiss


1955 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
Annette Pasqualone Schultheiss Obituary
On Monday October 15, 2018, Annette went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in Tampa, Florida at the Moffitt Cancer Center after battling lung cancer for nine months. She is preceded in the death of her parents.

Annette was born in Brooklyn, New York on January 31, 1955 to Sam and Rita Pasqualone and was raised on Long Island, New York along with her brother John where she graduated from Farmingdale High School on Long Island in 1973. She is survived by her loving husband of 31 years Victor and their son Jonathan, step sons Billie and

Robert Schultheiss and her granddaughter Jackie Schultheiss. Annette had a career in the banking field working for Burns National Bank, Bank of Colorado, First Southwest Bank, Chemical Bank, Pine River Valley Bank and her latest employment was as a junior loan officer with the First National Bank of Durango. She also, was self employed with her husband in their accounting practices. She served on the board of Women's United in Christ a non-denominational Christian organization, on the women's auxiliary board for the Upper Pine Fire Department offering support for the fire fighters and volunteered with the Home Builders Association of Southwest Colorado

- Durango. Annette was very proud of her warm Italian heritage and was a people person who excelled at always

making people happy. Annette loved people and was friendly to everyone that she meant. Her feisty spirit make an impression on everyone. She loved her family and friends, music, dancing and participated in choir and plays in her church when she lived on Maui, Hawaii. Her love for her Savior Jesus Christ was evident in her love for people. She was especially proud of her cooking skills. A celebration of her life memorial service will be held at 5:00 pm on Monday November 5th at the Pine Valley Church on CR 501 Bayfield. A complementary dinner will be served by the church following the service.

She will be dearly missed by her family and friends.
Published in The Durango Herald on Oct. 22, 2018
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