Natalie C. (Pasterczyk) Sagan

July 27, 1917 - December 21, 2009
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Natalie C. (Pasterczyk) Sagan 92 of Woodcrest Drive died Monday December 21, 2009 in a Springfield nursing home. Born in the Chicopee Falls Section of Chicopee she was the daughter of the late Andrew and Caroline (Pytko) Pasterczyk. Natalie had worked for City Bakery of Chicopee for many years and had later worked for Deluxe Check Printers. She was the widow of Walter A. Sagan who died in 1991. Natalie was a lifelong communicant of St. Patrick’s Church of Chicopee Falls and was saddened by its recent closure. She was truly welcomed by the Parish Community of St. Cecilia’s in Wilbraham. She is survived by her daughter Karen A. Tetreault, and a grandson Andrew Tetreault of Chicopee, her sisters Adella N. Johnson of Ozark, AL Irene A. Bizon of Wilbraham, Rita Collins of Chicopee and Laura R. Wiaderek of Springfield. Also survived by many nieces, nephews extended family members and friends. Independently Owned and Operated Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home and Cremation with Confidence by Kapinos-Mazur Care for the Community Since 1932

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Funeral services Celebrating her life will be Monday December 28, 2009 with family and friends gathering at 8:45 AM followed by a 10 AM Liturgy of Christian Burial in St. Cecilia’s Church 42 Main St. Wilbraham,MA Rites of Committal will follow in St. Stanislaus Cemetery Chicopee

Saint Stanislaus Cemetery
Granby Road
Chicopee, MA 1020
St. Cecilia’s Catholic Church
42 Main Street
Wilbraham, MA 1095


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Born: July 27, 1917
Died: December 21, 2009

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Rudy Pasterczyk posted on 12/22/09

Dear Aunt Natalie, I will always remember your wonderful smile and the genuine pleasure you showed every time I came to Chicopee Falls to see the family. I love you and will miss your smile and your warm welcomes.


Paula Johnson Dawson posted on 12/23/09

Karen- We are so saddened by the death of Auntie Natalie. I am so happy that we got to see her this past October. We will forever remember her beautiful smiling face. Prayers are going up for you and Andy! - Paula


Joan O'Brien posted on 12/23/09

Auntie Natalie- You have always been very special to me, and I'm glad we're part of the same family. You're wise and loving and understanding, and the time I spent with you has always meant a lot. I hope you know just how big an influence you've been in my life. I respect you, look up to you, and most of all, I love you. The wonderful memories of you will always be tucked deep within my heart. May God hold you in the palm of His hand. Karen & Andy- Please know that I share your loss and may the love of family and friends bring you peace and comfort. Love continues beyond loss; Love continues forever.


Andrea Storer posted on 12/26/09

Earliest memories of my life include wonderful times spent with my Auntie Natalie, including pratically every weekend when I was growing up. Whether visiting at her house on Saturday mornings or playing Feebee at Mom's house on Sunday afternoons, my Auntie Natalie was always there with a smile on her face and so much love in her heart. Her presence in my life will be sorely missed, but she will always be close to my heart.


Stella, Jacque, & Rusten Ballay posted on 12/26/09


Susan and James Pasterczyk posted on 12/26/09

Dear Auntie Natalie, You were always a special Aunt to me as I was growing up. I have many fond memories of our entire family getting together, especially during the holidays. You will always have a place in my heart. Thank you for always being such a wonderful Aunt to me. Susie and I were so thankful that we took the opportunity to spend time with you and Karen during our recent trip to Alabama to celebrate Auntie Gezu's 90th birthday. Even though our time together lasted for only a few days, it's a memory that will last forever. Dear Karen, Susie and I feel for you and Andy at this time. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and if there's anything you need, we're just a phone call away. You and your Mom had a fantastic relationship that you should always be proud of. We're sure your Mom will be watching over you during this difficult period of your life. May God Bless.


Sue LaPlante posted on 12/27/09

Dear Karen and Andy, We are so sorry for the loss of your Mother and Grandmother. She was such a wonderful lady. We will always remember her beautiful smiling face and we know she will always be smiling down at all of us from above. Our thoughts, prayers and love are with you during this time. Love, Sue, Glenn and Family Karen: I admire you so much for how well you took care of your Mom the last few years. You were a wonderful daughter to her. You were the reason for her beautiful smile. I love you, Suzie