Pat Angelo Migliaccio

Pat Angelo Migliaccio

August 06, 1949 - June 18, 2017

Pat Angelo Migliaccio

August 06, 1949 - June 18, 2017


Pat Angelo Migliaccio, 67, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by friends and family in Laguna Beach on June 19, 2017.

Pat was born on August 6, 1949, and grew up in South Gate, CA. He attended high school at St. Pius X in Downey and obtained his bachelor’s degree in marketing at Cal State Fullerton.

Pat is predeceased by his parents, Francesca and Angelo Migliaccio and brothers Bill and Anthony. Pat’s numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and friends were a cherished family to him.

Pat loved the arts, cooking, travel, and spending time with loved ones.

Pat was a longtime member of the Optimist Club. Pat was an entrepreneur who owned a number of businesses over his lifetime, most recently, the office supply company, American Warehouse.

A funeral Mass will be held at St. Catherine of Siena in Laguna Beach on June 27, 2017 at 11:00 a.m.

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10 responses to Pat Angelo Migliaccio

  1. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Tom and Janet Tanner

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  3. From second grade and on through high school, Pat was always kind, supportive, and fun to be around. With love and blessings to a dear friend.

    Agatha Garofalo Martino

  4. Pat may you be pain free and peaceful. You are in our prayers. Don and Linda Sonsma

  5. Warren Mills says:

    We were gone when Pat’s memorial was held and I felt bad that we could not be there. I have known Pat since First Grade but was never really a good friend. I do not think I ever really talked to him in High School! I came to enjoy the reunions so much because I realized how much I valued those days at St. Emydius and Pius X. And Pat, bless his heart, still treated me like a special friend. My husband, Warren, and myself enjoyed two wonderful visits with Pat at his beautiful home in Laguna Beach. The first visit was so fun as we had a marathon dinner with Pat, Pam Ooley and John Clark, eating and drinking (wine) our way through the day! The second visit, last New Years, was sad because Pat was in a lot of pain and yet, he still wanted us to come and visit. I appreciated his sincere friendliness to us. May he be resting in peace now.
    Teri Tellers Mills

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