Condolence: Chuck and I were good friends for almost 47years,We began
teaching together at the Oliver in 1971 and finished our
careers at Lawrence High.Chuck was the voice of reason and
had the patience of Job.He was the consummate family man and
always gave his undying love and support to Irene and his
children.Chuck was always helping me and giving me advice
and listening to my trivial complaints.I feel very fortunate
and blessed to have been friends with him for so long.
I will miss him very much and will never forget him.
Condolence: My condolences to the entire Paglieroni family. Mr. Pag was a great teacher in and out of the class room. Always making sure his students had what they needed in the real world. He was so kind, intelligent, and genuine. We need more teachers like him. I am at a loss for words at this moment. May you Rest In Peace Mr. Pag, you will truly be missed.
Condolence: Irene and family,
It is with deep sadness to have learned of George's(Chuck's) passing. I began teaching with George in the 1970's at the Oliver and finished as a cohort at Lawrence High. Over the years I learned that George was a man of true character, someone who I believe never lost his temper or patience with anyone.
His skill as a teacher and adeptness as a family man were his exemplary traits. We shared a lot of memories at the racetrack, at Jack O'Connor's house, playing Friday night poker games for ten and twenty cents. I especially enjoyed the camraderie with George because of his tremendous sense of humor and positive disposition.
I feel blessed having worked with George and being able to call him a true friend. George, you will be greatly missed.
Condolence: My condolences to the Paglieroni family. George was a huge part of my life, with assisting me in my struggles with mathematics. I sad that I didn't get a last chance to meet with him and let him know that I've become a professional in mathematics with my Associates Degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences from Middlesex Community College and soon to be bachelors and masters from Prescott College. I will definitely be at the funeral to pay my respects. Thank you, George for everything!
Condolence: You were such a wonderful teacher, and one of the few who truly understood us. Thank you for always putting up with us with a smile on your face, and for always being patient, kind, and caring. Thank you for teaching me that learning could be fun and that some teachers genuinely do care about their students. May you rest in peace Mr. P, we were so lucky to have you a Notre Dame!
Condolence: As a friend and neighbor of Chuck for over 30 years we cannot express in words how sorry we are to hear of his passing.Always a smile and wave and and a chat when we would see him walking thru the neighborhood. Although we no longer live on Ruby Rd he will always be remembered as one of the best and friendliest people we were fortunate to know.such good memories of Chuck and what a good family man he was and helpful to others even help my daughter with her math one summer Our heartfelt condolences to Irene and the children, also to Chucks sisters and all the other family members
Condolence: Our sincerest condolences for your family. George was truly one of the best people this world has to offer. His generous spirit will be part of his legacy and he will be remembered as a great man.
Condolence: George, also known to some as Chuck, was a man you could be proud to call a friend. He was thoughtful and insightful, always willing to give you advice on any concerns you may have. I've personally known Chuck for forty years and consider myself very fortunate to have spent time with him and his devoted wife Irene, both professionally at Lawrence High School and socially. I will surely miss him and will never forget the good times we had together. Chuck, may you finally rest in peace.