Maureen Ann Pacifico

August 20, 1937 - August 2, 2018

08/20/1937 - 08/02/2018

Maureen Ann Pacifico, 80, of Bellaire, Ohio died August 2, 2018 at Wheeling Hospital.

Maureen was born August 20, 1937 in Sudbury Suffolk, England a daughter of Thomas and Ada Webb.

She was a Catholic by faith.

Preceding her in death was a daughter, Lisa Ann Beals and a son, Richard L. Pacifico.

Surviving are sons, Louis T. Pacifico of DeLand, FL. and Anthony J. Pacifico of St. Clairsville, Ohio and a daughter, Marie Hodorowski of Bellaire, OH five grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.

There will be no visitation. Services will be at the convenience of the family.

Memorial contributions may be made to assist the family during this unexpectedly difficult time at

Notify of
11 Condolences
Inline Feedbacks
View all condolences
Brenda Bellville
5 years ago

Tony – wishing you and your family moments of peace and sending healing prayers and comforting hugs!

Dawn Blamey
5 years ago

Ann you welcomed me into your family 30 years ago and always treated me as one of your own. I always enjoyed watching Days of Lives with you. Holiday family dinners were always a good time. We would play cards or Yatzee after. You helped teach Mariah how to read. We will all miss you very much. Fly high in heaven with Richard and Lisa. I hope you see my Mom up there and half a cup of tea with her.

Mariah (Pacifico) Bender
5 years ago

Granny Annie you will be missed dearly. One of my fondness memories were coming to your house in the summer when you would babysit me. We would eat McDonald’s or Burger King for breakfast and watch Buffy the vampire slayer, Angel, or Charmed on tv. Rest In Peace!

Debbie Ferrer
5 years ago

My condolences the Pacifico Family. May your mom rest in peace. Tony, my deepest sympathies are with you during this heart breaking time in your life. I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers always.

John C graham ( Sean Patrick Pacifico)
5 years ago

I am Sean P Pacific originally (john c graham) I’m 51. I am Maureen s 2nd oldest son . Thou I never got to know my Mom . I wish I did . and say Thanks . I was born in Washington DC . thanks for all yr condolences
God Bless. Cheers …

Janet Spencer
5 years ago

Back in the seventies, Ann and I were neighbors on Federal Ave. We use to watch our soaps together Days of Our Life and Another World, those were the good old days! Louie, Marie and Tony I am so sorry for your loss. Annie my friend, until we meet again, rest in peace.

Nikki (Spencer) Digulis
5 years ago

Ann was such a nice woman and every memory I have of her is a good one! I am so glad my mom and I went to visit her a while back. God bless Ann and to Louis, Marie and Tony- I am so sorry for your loss. (((Hugs)))

Joe DeGenova
5 years ago

Maureen surely loved her Bingo and we at St. John Central Grade School Bingo are going to miss her a lot. For many years she volunteered her time working the concession stand. Maureen loved life, her friends and especially, her family. Sleep in peace good friend.

Zack Lofton
5 years ago

Deepest sympathies to all the family and friends of Maureen Pacifico. I will greatly miss her; it was a joy to see her every morning. God Bless You, Maureen; Rest in Peace! I will see you again one day.

Louis Pacifico
5 years ago

You started your life not being wanted. You were put up for adoption. Some one saw you and knew you were full of love. You called them mum and my dad. Your life started with world war two. Damn you were old. ha ha You didn’t know it then but you would be fighting for the rest of your life. You would fight for respect for not only yourself but for all the other women you knew. You wouldn’t even let your son’s disrespect a women. Oh by the way. when you slapped me for calling that girl the s word when i was eight. I called here a slug. Just saying. You owe me one. Thru it all you keep this family going. I have no doubt that heavens gate were wide open for your arrival. And St Peter was hiding behind his desk saying oh we are in trouble. You have done you time on earth and now its time to be welcome home. Know you will always be loved. To my sister Lisa and brother Rich who have been waiting. Straighten up!! Moms home.