Ralph Pastore

Ralph A Pastore Jr.

Thursday, November 13th, 1969 - Thursday, November 12th, 2020
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Ralph A. Pastore, Jr. of Norwalk, passed away on November 12, 2020 at the age of 50. Ralph was born in Greenwich, Connecticut on November 13, 1969. He graduated from Greenwich High School and Sacred Heart University of Fairfield.

Ralph spent the last 25 years working in the financial services industries for American Skandia, U.S. Trust, Bank of America, J.P. Morgan and Morgan Stanley.

While Ralph excelled in business his true love was the theater. A true triple threat, Ralph could sing, dance and act as well as direct and produce and worked with many local theater companies such as Connecticut Playmakers, Curtin Call and the Wilton Playshop. Ralph was also a cantor at St. Roch Church in Greenwich for many years.

Ralph is predeceased by his father, Ralph A. Pastore Sr., his Aunt, Connie Pastore, as well as his Grandparents and many other Aunts, Uncles and cousins.

Ralph is survived by his mother, Roseann Pastore of Greenwich, his brother Michael S. Pastore of Valley Cottage, NY. His uncle, William Bennette of Stamford and his partner of 18 years, Tim Lynch of Norwalk.

Services will be private due to COVID 19. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Curtain Call Inc. Theater, 1349 Newfield Avenue Stamford CT 06905. Or donate online at
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Carin Freidag

Posted at 03:11pm
The year was 1988, the show, Music Man. That was the start of one of my longest and dearest friendships since graduating college and moving back to CT. Ralph was so talented, clever, creative and supportive. Yes. he was also a perfectionist but boy would you look good as a result of that! I am heartbroken but will cherish all my wonderful memories. Jeff and I will miss you Ralph.

With my deepest sympathy,

Carin the Brick Wall ( thanks Ralph!)

Nikki Scamuffo

Posted at 11:29pm
Ralph was such a funny, kind person who always put his faith in me. I shared some of my favorite memories in the theatre with him, whether that be in Chicago (a show he was so proud of) or How To Succeed In Business. He was such a funny, sarcastic person with one-liners I will never forget. This news saddens me so so so much, Ralph and his entire family are in my prayers tonight. I’m so happy to have known him, Rest In Peace my friend.

Tom Guitard

Posted at 06:39pm
Will always remember Ralph teasing me about my pronunciation when I played Jesus in Superstar. He would say that it’s where is my Father not, where is my fodder

Pat McCoy

Posted at 02:21pm
My heart is broken. One of my long time friends made thru community theater shows. Too many to mention. And Ralph was so much fun on vacations with and of course many many parties. Photo of just another night of fun with Ralphie and friends. He will be so missed.

Lou Ursone

Posted at 09:37pm
Ralph was a part of the Curtain Call family, long before I arrived and has been a great friend through all these years. As an actor, a performer, a Board Member and adviser to our youth group, Ralph gave 100% to us. We worked on many shows together, but I had the privilege of playing opposite him in 2004... a truly joyful experience. All of us at Curtain Call send prayers for Ralph's soul and for the well-being of his entire family. Good night, sweet prince, And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest!

Al Recchia Posted at 11:19am

Well said Lou!

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