A funeral mass will be held at the church at 2 p.m and Autumn will be interred at Cedar Green Cemetery in her hometown after.
"She was a seventh grader at the Clayton Middle School where she was a Straight-A student. Autumn was a tom-boy, definitely not a girlie-girl," her obituary read.
Pasquasle's body was found in a recycling bin on Clayton Avenue on Monday night, shortly after a vigil at borough hall. Two brothers, 15-year-old Justin Robinson and 17-year-old Dante Robinson have been charged in her murder.
The Gloucester County Prosecutor's Office did not say when the girl actually died, but her obituary lists the date as Monday. She was last seen at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, riding her bike.
Pasquale was born in Voorhees and lived in Clayton her entire life. According to her obituary, she "danced and did cheerleading before becoming active in soccer and softball for the Clayton youth teams."
"Autumn liked to draw and was a fan of the Phillies. She had many, many friends and was known for wearing mismatched socks and loved the color blue," the obituary read. said.
From her obituary: Daughter of Anthony Michael Pasquale (girlfriend Cheryl Evans) and Jennifer Anne (nee Reilly) Cornwell (husband Gregory F. Cornwell). Sister of Anthony Jr. "AJ" and Natalie Pasquale. Step-sister of Jacquelyn Flores and Casey Cornwell. Granddaughter of Michael & Donna Reilly and Anthony & Mary Pasquale. Niece of Sharon Wagner (husband Jason), Rocco Pasquale, Marlene Peters (husband Garnell) and Marybeth Pasquale. Also survived by many great-aunts, great-uncles, and cousins.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Autumn Leigh Pasquale Memorial Fund, c/o Fulton Bank, 35 North Delsea Drive, Clayton, NJ 08312.
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