Helen Christine Fasino, 81, of Tuckerton, NJ passed away on Saturday January 16, 2021.
Born to Regina and Ignatius Rychlicki on October 12, 1939 in Jersey City, NJ, Helen grew and later married her first husband, Michael Burascano and they welcomed the blessings of their children. Following Michael’s passing, Helen married Salvatore Fasino, and the family grew in love.
Helen’s memory will be honored by her loving husband, Salvatore Fasino, her beloved children, Doreen (Burascano) Delancey and Sharon (Fasino) Hecht, and Michael Burascano, and her treasured grandchildren, Ryan and Jonathan Delancey, Alexis and Alissa Burascano, and Karley Hecht.
Helen has found peace in God’s grace with her dear husband, Michael Burascano, her loving parents, and her dear siblings, Regina Rychlicka and Walter Rych.
Visitation for Helen will be held on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 from 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM at Lawton-Turso Funeral Home in Hoboken (Corner of Seventh & Washington Streets, Parking on Seventh). A Funeral Mass will be offered at 1:00 PM at St. Francis Catholic Church in Hoboken (308 Jefferson St, Corner of Third and Jefferson Streets) Masks and social distancing will be required. Cremation Private.
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We want to express our heartfelt condolences to the Salvatore Fasino and Helen Christine families on the passing of Helen Christine (Chris) into God’s hands. Chris, as she liked to be called, was an attentive wife, mother and grandmother fiercely proud of her children and grandchildren and often recanting stories of their accomplishments as they had grown into adulthood. She leaves a wonderful legacy and certainly will be missed. Though we are at a sad time, we will remember the good and fun times in getting together especially the boating and crabbing followed by the crab fests atop the deck in Barnegat and getting together over the years in Naples and Bonita Beach Florida during the winter months as well as the “fun” ride from Florida to New Jersey in the RV. Rest in Peace, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Kathleen and Fred