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In loving memory of our dear Pascal Micheletto, who brought laughter and joy to our lives. He had a zest for simple pleasures, whether it was spending time with friends, exploring the mountains, or immersing himself in the soothing embrace of the sea. He will be remembered for his selflessness, as he bravely sacrificed himself to save little Yaretzi, who he loved dearly and considered her as his own granddaughter. We are grateful for the happiness he gave to all his friends who dearly loved him.
May he find peace and reunite with loved ones in the afterlife. His absence leaves a void in our hearts, but we find solace in knowing that he passed away in the place that he loved to pursue his noble values.
His memory will forever be cherished as a testament to a life well-lived and a soul that touched many. May he rest in peace, finding joy and reunion in the realm beyond. May our dear Pascal Micheletto, who courageously sacrificed himself to save another, find eternal peace in the loving embrace of our Heavenly Father. May his soul find eternal peace as he rests in the depths of the sea he loved so dearly. We take comfort in knowing that he passed away in the embrace of the ocean, immersed in the serenity and tranquility that it provided him throughout his life. May his memory be forever intertwined with the waves that will carry him to his final resting place.
Our prayers are with his soul so that he may be welcomed into the heavens, where he can be reunited with those who loved him. May his selflessness and love be forever remembered, and may his spirit inspire us to live lives of kindness and compassion. Amen
Pascal was survived by his mother Maria del Carmen Soriano, partner (girlfriend) Erica Navarrete, sister Violaine Micheletto, niece Charlene Mula. aunts: Isabelle Soriano, Amparo Soriano, Uncles: Jose Soriano, Angel Soriano and Carlos Jr Biorato, who he loved as his own grandchild.
From across the Sea - A letter from Pascal's Sister Violaine
I used to tease you by sending messages in English and it was so much fun to read your attempts to respond in the same language! So let me tease you one last time.
We have always loved to joke and have fun together and that’s the way I want to remember you.
You were a no-nonsense guy, a wonderful man, and a beautiful soul.
You like the simple things; a good time with some friends, going for a stroll with your dogs, you liked the mountains and the snow, the nature….. But your favorite of all things, was the sea.
You told me once that when you were a young boy, when life was hard on you, you used to swim far away from the shore of Cadiz and let yourself go and be lulled by the waves for hours, then sink to the bottom among the rocks and hold your breath until you couldn’t stand to anymore. You didn’t want to go up. The sea was your solace.
So it must be our solace now, to think that you died in a way that gave you no fright and with feeling of accomplishment because you were trying to save little Yaretzi, instead of trying to save your own life. For that, I’m proud of you hermanito.
I’m glad you were surrounded by so many friends in your new life in California and much appreciated by a lot of people. I’m grateful to Erica, for she took care of you and made you happy.
I hope you found your own reward when getting to the other side, by meeting finally your dad that you didn’t have the chance to know before his death.
I love you to hell and back. I hope we will meet again, but if we do not, I’m thankful to whomever rules the game up there that he made you part of my life.
Til we meet again hermanito! I will miss you.
Your sis Violaine
Oh, and if you can, just have fun up there!