Rebecca M. Pancare

Born: Thu., Mar. 4, 1965
Died: Thu., Feb. 22, 2018


Visitation

9:30 AM to 10:30 AM, Fri., Mar. 02, 2018
Location: Silas F. Richardson & Son, Inc.


Funeral Mass

11:00 AM Fri., Mar. 02, 2018
Location: St. Leo's Church


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Rebecca Marie Pancare, 52 formerly of Westminster MA died Thursday February 22, 2018 in Waltham MA.

Rebecca was predeceased by her father James Pancare in 1981, her mother Therese Novak Pancare in 2012, and her beloved beagle Roscoe in 2016. Rebecca was a passionate dog lover and volunteered at the North Shore Animal Shelter, as well as at Bones Beagle Rescue of New England where she transported beagles to different locations, and walked to raise money for the benefit of beagles. Rebecca was employed by Gentle Dental of Waltham for 17 years and the company mourns their loss.

She is survived by her brother Charles J. Giedymin of PA and a sister Susan Pancare of Ohio. Rebecca was beloved by her large extended family including aunts, uncles and cousins, and beloved as well by many dear friends who will all miss her.

Rebecca was respectful of the environment. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in her memory to Bones Beagles, or the North Shore Animal Shelter.

Rebecca’s funeral will be held on Friday, March 2, from the Silas F. Richardson & Son Funeral Home 106 West St. Leominster, with an 11 am funeral mass in St Leo’s Church , 128 Main St. Leominster. Burial will follow in St. Leo’s Cemetery Leominster. A calling hour will precede the funeral from 9:30am-10:30am.

 

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Sherrie Cluley
   Posted Wed February 28, 2018
So sorry for your loss. I never met her but she sounds like she was a giving, selfless, wonderful person. She will be remembered for all she did for the beagles.

Andrea
   Posted Wed February 28, 2018
Rebecca was the first person to greet me at Gentle Dental Headquarters when I went for my first meeting. With a beautiful smile and sweet voice she made sure to introduce me to every person that I would be directly and indirectly working with...
She made me feel welcomed that day, and part of a beautiful family. For that I will always be grateful... We will miss you very much.

Susan
   Posted Thu March 01, 2018
Rebecca was my sister and my childhood friend. We enjoyed playing Cowboys & Indians, Mother & Child and riding our bicycles. She was always so strong and "the first up the hill". I will truly miss her; but I know she is at peace, with The Lord Jesus in Heaven.

Susan Scannelli
   Posted Thu March 01, 2018
Rebecca was my best friend for almost 30 years. When my daughters were born, she was there and held them as newborn babies. They grew up calling her Auntie Rebecca and spent lots of quality time with her as they grew up and they made many happy memories. She and I had lots of adventures together. From shopping for the perfect top or going out to restaurants to eat.We especially loved, loved going out for breakfast. We also loved going to the movies and then after we visited Barnes and Noble to get coffee and talk for hours. She was a sweet, wonderful, person who became a loved part of my family as she went to most of my family functions and was known as Auntie Rebecca. I will miss her dearly and believe she is at peace and someday when the Lord calls me home I will see her again. Love and prayers to her wonderful family and friends, God bless.

Gerry Glasser
   Posted Fri March 02, 2018
The handful of times I saw Rebecca at family events always convinced me how sweet a person she was. I always enjoyed our conversations.

Marlene Bernhardt
   Posted Fri March 02, 2018
I wanted to offer my condolences sooner, and wait until I had the right words. Rebecca and I first spoke back in 2014, and the first word I had written on her volunteer application was "EXUBERANT!" Which is exactly how I would describe her when we last met. She was genuine, loving to everyone who met her and I owe the world to her and, as we both called him, "the Little Man".
My very sincerest thoughts and condolences to everyone who was touched by this gentle, sweet soul.

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