Frank Pasik, III

Born March 7, 1970 in Miami, Florida
Departed May 17, 2024 in Rockledge, Florida

Frank Pasik, III, 54, of Palm Bay, Brevard County, Florida, passed away peacefully on May 17, 2024, after a long-difficult battle with Synovial cell sarcoma cancer.

He was born on March 7, 1970, in Miami, Florida. He was the oldest of 2 sons born to Frank and Shelly Jo Pasik. He was the older brother to Richard Jason Pasik.

Frank is survived by his loving wife of 20 years, Doreen Pasik; his mother Shelly Jo Pasik; his younger brother Jason Pasik; his 6 children Dylan, Diana, Paul, James, Anthony, and Joseph; along with his 15 grandchildren and his niece Monica Alexis Pasik. He is preceded in death by his father Frank Pasik, Jr.

He provided for his family through hard work and dedication to his trade and employees. Frank owned his own painting company and faithfully served his community for over 30 years with commitment and dedication.

Frank was a loving husband and father who always enjoyed quality time with his family. He also enjoyed shooting firearms recreationally and was a member of the Port Malabar Rifle and Pistol Club. He was an avid shooter who regularly competed in firearms competitions. He bonded with his family and formed many friendships during his time shooting.

He continued to attend church and spread his love for God everywhere he went. He was a testimony of perseverance, endurance, determination and devotion. It is so true that we never know who is watching or listening or the lives we touch as we walk through this life. So many people have shared how Frank touched and changed their lives as they watched how he walked with God over the years. He was a testimony to so many and his legacy will live on through those that knew him and share his story.

The Celebration of Life for Frank Pasik, III will be held on Saturday, June 1, 2024, at Eastwind Pentecostal Church located in Palm Bay, Florida. Viewing will begin at 3:00 pm followed by a service promptly at 4:00 pm.

2 Tim 4:7-8
I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day – and not only to me, but also to all who have longed for His appearing.

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Jason Pasik from Melbourne wrote on June 4, 2024:
What’s a brother? A brother is more than just a family member. He’s a companion for life. A friend who shares the journey through thick and thin. A brother is the one who stands by your side offering support in times of need and cheering you on during moments of triumph. He’s the keeper of shared memories. The one who understands the unspoken language of your history together. A brother is the laughter that echoes through the hallways of your childhood. The protector who stands firm in the face of challenges and the confidant who holds your secrets with unwavering trust. A brother is a source of inspiration pushing you to be your best self and a grounding force reminding you of your roots. He’s the one who makes the ordinary extraordinary. Turning everyday moments into cherished memories. Through the ups and downs a brother remains a constant, offering a bond that time cannot diminish. He’s a treasure, a confidant and a lifelong friend. So, what’s a brother, he’s a priceless gift, a companion in the journey of life and a reflection of the shared stories that make your connection truly special My life will never be the same without you. Thank you for the 51 years we shared together. We played / laughed and battled together. I wished we had another 30 years together. Our bond was so strong. I enjoyed reliving the 80's with you this past year. Truly an amazing brother. I love you brother…. This is the way.
Amber Murillo from Palm Bay wrote on May 29, 2024:
Frank was a walking testimony to all. He loved deep and cared for all people. Not afraid to speak his mind, but made sure to do it in a loving way! No matter the day or how Frank felt, he would always turn the conversation around so we were not focused on him!! My new motto is, “if Frank can go to church, so can you!” He was one determined man with a heart of gold and truly surrendered it all to God! Heaven has gained a great man. I am confident that he is making Jesus laugh because Frank truly was the star of the show or life of the party. I’d like to share something I wrote when I heard about Franks passing. FRANK Friendly, that is just what you were. Without judgment, you showed us all how to embody friendliness. Relentless in your walk and faith with God, positivity and full of joy. Determined to get the job done and make everyone you came in contact with smile. Assertive, yup that is totally you! You had confidence like none other and if you had a goal in mind or something to get done, but it wasn’t accomplished, ehh, it was ok cause God was still with you all along the way. Never giving up on those you love including yourself. Because you knew, no matter the outcome our eternal reward is worth it all. Kindhearted, always kidding around, and never ever a dull moment! You were a witness to all and showed how to keep the light of God shinning. Frank, you have received your miracle! This may feel like our loss, but it truly is Heaven’s gain! No more pain or worries! You are now dancing before the Lord!
Melvin Thomas ( Tommy) Pasik from ERIE wrote on May 29, 2024:
Melvin Thomas ( Tommy ) Pasik It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that I extend my deepest sympathy to all of my extended family. I am truly saddened for your loss of Frank Pasik lll.I send my sincere condolences. My nephew, Frank, as everyone knows, represented the true meaning of Champion. He was that person that defeated and surpassed all his rivals. A true marksman in everything he did. As an Uncle, I had the pleasure ( from afar ) watching him grow up to be the great man he was. I was there the day he bought his first trailer and witnessed his business grow. He had taken me to his man cave, "The Gun Range" and let me shoot "The World's Largest Hand Gun" ( not to brag, he was impressed ). I had the pleasure of eating Frank's chili, which is only one of many hidden talents that will be missed. I'm not exactly sure how he got that Gordon Ramsey gene. Whenever I did visit, he treated me like a King. But truth be told, he was the King. He'll be missed, but not forgotten. From your Uncle Tommy, Rest In Peace little Frank It's been said that when people cry when someone passes on, it only mean they were loved.. Trust me, you are !
Quinnesha Bookhart from Melbourne wrote on May 23, 2024:
My dear friend and a man of god. I met you only a short time ago but I felt like I’ve known you forever. I’m going to miss or Tuesday and Friday visit, a bath for you meant a peaceful escape from my problems. With all that you had going on you never let it show on the outside and that’s why I admired you the most. Thanks for our talks and your peaceful spirit I will truly miss you
Shelly Pasik from PALM BAY wrote on May 22, 2024:
Son I would like to share one of my favorite poems that I posted for your dad when he passed: The sun still rises in the east And the darkness falls at night But nothing now seems quite the same Each day is not as bright The birds still sing, the flowers still grow The breeze still whispers too But it will never, ever be the same world without you It's so sad that you had to go your leaving caused such pain But you were so very special And earth's loss is heaven's gain Love and miss you every minute of the day...Always in my heart....Mom
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