Affectionately known as Lee, Lena Anzellotto - Pascucci peacefully passed away at home, in her sleep, at the age of 92, on Saturday, August 24, 2013. She resided in Logan, Utah for the last three years, a former, 30 year, resident of Las Vegas, Nevada. She was born to Anna Macario - Anzellotto & Thomaso Anzellotto on June 27, 1921 in Brooklyn, New York, where she resided for 59 years. Following her graduation she entered the work force working in the garment district in New York City. At a Brooklyn dance, she met Philip Pascucci. They soon married on October 26, 1946. After several years of marriage, Adalene, their only child, was born on December 26, 1955. While raising her daughter, Lee began working as a manager of the school district cafeteria, for the N.Y.C board of education in 1964. She retired after 20 years. She then joined her family in Las Vegas. Lee's family was her life. She was a life long vegetarian and an excellent Italian cook. Her Sunday sauce kept the family at her table for many years. When she wasn't cooking, Lee enjoyed caring for her pets and taking care of her home. She bowled in several bowling leagues through the years where she achieved many awards and won many trophies. Lee could always be found enjoying her cheesecake, cheering for the NY Mets or playing bingo. She was very articulate when it came to grammar, always having extra time to teach her grandchildren reading, writing and math skills. After many happy years of marriage, on December 20, 2002, her beloved husband preceded her in death. Lena, "We love you today more than yesterday and even more tomorrow". Lena is survived by her daughter, Adalene Pascucci- Cobb; son in law, Charles Cobb; grandchildren: Walter "Butchie" Simmons (Nicole Simmons), LaLena "Lanie" Morabito-Beck (Sonny Beck), Angela "Angy" Morabito-McKinster, and Phillip Simmons; great-grandchildren: Anthony Morabito, Justine "Tina" Welch, Dominick Morabito, Gabriel Morabito, Nireanna McKinster, Vivian McKinster, Maxwell Beck, and Abigail Simmons.