Paula Patricia (Siebecker) Venturino

  • Born: June 22, 1926
  • Died: April 18, 2019
  • Location: Burlingame, California

Crosby-N. Gray & Co. - FD-96

2 Park Road
Burlingame, CA 94010

Tel. (650) 342-6617

Tribute & Message From The Family


Paula Patricia Venturino (Siebecker) died peacefully on April 18 at her home in Burlingame, leaving her loving husband of 63 years, Marco Francis Venturino, and a large and loving family. She was two months shy of her 93rd birthday.
Pat, as she was known to friends and family, was both a product of her generation and a woman decades ahead of her time. Born in San Francisco, June the 22nd, 1926, she grew up in San Francisco, The Potrero District, the youngest of four sisters, during the height of the Great Depression. From that experience, she lived her life to waste nothing, embrace cultural diversity, live fully and fearlessly, and appreciate the small joys of everyday life.
Pat married Marco in 1956. Marco supported and loved Pat's two kids as his own, and together they had four more, raising six children together in the same home on Drake Avenue in Burlingame. She and her devoted Marco remained married and in love for 63 amazing years!
Pat shared her passion for travel, adventure, diverse culture and delicious food and wine with her friends and family. Pat introduced Marco to the wonders of the Sierras and ski vacations at the Alpineer Club Lodge and Sugar Bowl were an annual family event.
Pat is survived by Marco and six children, their spouses, children and grandchildren.
Virginia and Gary Nagle
George and Shauna Venturino
Jim Venturino and Heike Kilian
Michael Venturino
John and Janet Venturino
Maria Venturino and Craig Thomas
Sixteen grandchildren and 6 great grand children
When we count the number of immediate family, it is close to 40!
Therefore…
Services will be held in Mid-August, the exact date and location is still pending.
Pat in her later years suffered from dementia. In lieu of flowers, please support research to find a cure for this incredibly debilitating disease.
Thank you for all of your kind words and prayers!