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Susan Ann (Barfield) Pasciak
June 14, 1949 ~ October 3, 2023 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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Susan Ann Barfield Neff Pasciak was a beautiful Christian woman who passed away on October 3, 2023, at the age of 74. She was born on June14, 1949. Susan was a native of Georgia and lived in Chalmette, La., Bay St. Louis and Diamondhead, Ms., and most recently Slidell, La. She was married to Andre’ Pascale Neff, Sr. who she met at the Chalmette High School musical “Bye Bye Birdie.” She sat in the second row, and he was up on the stage as Conrad Birdie. She said, “I am going to marry that man.” She was the loving and devoted mother of her two children Andre’ “Andy” Pascale Neff, Jr., and Misty Suzanne Neff-Abston (Jon). She is the Grandmother (Maw Maw) of Zachary & Nicholas Jensen, and Brooke Lynn Pate. She was very devoted and protective of her children and strongly believed in family values and friends. In 1989, she married Lewis Pasciak, from Arabi, La. Her parents were Curtis S. Barfield, Sr. and Rosalie Poole Barfield, both deceased. She has one brother, Curtis Barfield, Jr. (Cathy) and four sisters, Jeanie Rainey (Larkey), Janet Decossas, the late Pattie Barfield, and Lauren Craig (Bill). She is survived by many nieces and nephews. In 1967, she graduated from Andrew Jackson High School in Chalmette and was in its Homecoming Court. Early on she was the belly dancer “Sasha” and had a small teaching studio. She performed many shows, including one for Louisiana’s Governor. She was trained by the renowned belly dancer Habeba. She often told the story of the family car breaking down in the rain on the LSU campus enroute to give birth to her first born. She was rescued and taken by police car to a “just in time” delivery at Baton Rouge General Hospital. For many years she was a medical assistant at the New Orleans offices of the late Dr. Donald McCurley and Dr. F. Brobson Lutz (Drs. Combs and Lutz). She was a talented oil painter of Louisiana scenes. Also, she liked cookbooks, creole tomatoes, red roosters, good food and wine, and her Datsun 280-ZX. Susan had a great smile, sense of humor, and cared about others. She was loved and will be missed by many. Her most favorite spot in the world was the “Island of Rhodes” in the Greek Islands. She stood on a cliff there and marveled at the scenery. She said, “this would be a wonderful place to spread one’s ashes." No flowers or donations are necessary. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Arrangements were entrusted to Serenity Funeral Home of Covington, La.