Miscellaneous obituaries from Phalen Funeral Home, 285 Migeon Avenue, Torrington, CT 06790.
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Susan P. Clark 78, of Lantana FL,
a former Torrington resident died July 27, 2005 at Bethesda Hospital in Lantana Florida. She was the wife of the late William L. Clark. Born in Winsted May 2, 1927 she was the daughter of the late William Patten, former Torrington Mayor, and Cora Bartholomew Clark.
She is survived by her mother in law, Alice Clark and sister in law Marilyn McCarty and her husband Frank, and two nieces.
Burial in the family plot at Hillside Cemetery in Torrington will be private. There are no calling hours. Phalen Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.
Marjorie A. Ross, 80, formerly of 240 New Harwinton Rd and 65 Rockledge Loop in Torrington
died Thursday August 25 at The Governor's House at Harborside nursing home in Simsbury CT. She was the wife of the late Joseph R. Ross.
She was born in Torrington Sept. 15, 1924 daughter of the late George and Anna (Couch) Parulis, and was a former employee of The American Cancer Society in Torrington.
She is survived by her daughter Lynn A. Dell and her husband Dave of Simsbury, and sons Joseph (Jay) Ross Jr. and his wife Christine of New York City, James A. Ross and his wife Christine of New Hartford, Robert (Bobby) Ross of Torrington, David J. Ross and his wife Phyllis of Simsbury, and Richard Ross and his wife Sharon of Colebrook, and 13 grandchildren, Jordan, David, and Sammy Dell of Simsbury, Makenzie, James, and Katherine Ross of New Hartford, David, Jr, Danielle, Lauren, Liseanne, and Joelle Ross of Simsbury, and Ryan and Rachel Ross of Colebrook.
Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday Aug 30 at 10:30 at Saint Francis Church. Burial will follow at New Saint Francis Cemetery. Friends may call prior to the Mass at Phalen Funeral Home 285 Migeon Ave. Torrington from 9:00 to 10:00 AM.
Margaret (Peg) Murphy, formerly of Torrington
passed away August 21, 2005 in Boynton Beach, Florida from injuries received in an automobile accident. Born Margaret Mary Humphries, December 2, 1924 she attended Saint Francis School and was a graduate of Torrington High School where she was voted "Most Popular Girl" Class of 1942.
She attended Amery Riddle Aviation College in Coral Gables FL. She married James E. Murphy in 1948 and together they had 9 children. She was an active member of St. Francis PTA and associated school organizations, as well as being one of the founding members of The Torringford Volunteer Fire Dept. Auxiliary. She was involved with Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and a children's Irish Dance Troupe, Little League, and for many years was a fixture at Torrington High Football games. Always active in politics, she served on The Torrington Democratic Town Committee and was a campaign manager for former Governor Ella T. Grasso. She was instrumental in establishing The Sullivan Senior Center on East Albert St. in Torrington. Residing in Florida for the past 15 years she continued her political involvement and at the time of her death, she was a member of Boynton Beach Parks and Recreation Committee.
She is survived by three sons, Timothy Murphy and his wife Pam of Marietta GA, Patrick Murphy of Litchfield CT, and Michael Murphy and his wife Sheryl of Columbia SC. Her five daughters are Cathleen Bartlett and her husband Robert of Stamford CT, Margaret Allred and her husband Scott of Las Vegas NV, Jane Kish and her husband Bruce of Winsted CT, Mary Elizabeth Kacenski and her husband Daniel of Milford CT,and Christine Delgrande and her husband John of Torrington CT. She has 10 grandchildren Kate Howlett and Kevin Murphy, Amy and Brian Delgrande, Erika and Michael Krish, Ryan and Megan Kacenski, and Thomas and Erin Murphy. She also leaves two sisters, Eileen Hicks of Fayetteville NC and Jane Nickerson of Fort Myers FL, 19 nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by a son Kevin Murphy.
Funeral Services will be held on Saturday Sept. 3 at 10:00 AM at Saint Thomas Church North St. Goshen. Burial will follow at Saint Peter Cemetery in Torrington. Friends may call at The Phalen Funeral Home 285 Migeon Ave. Torrington on Friday Sept. 2 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM.
Brian E. Malahan, 49, of 68 Sunset La Torrington
died Friday May 12, 2006 in Stuart Florida. He was the husband of Diane (Avenia) Malahan. Born in Torrington Nov 20, 1956, he was the son of Doris (Furlin) Malahan of Torrington and the late Edward Malahan. He was employed by Dwan and Co. in Torrington for over 25 years.
He was a member of Torrington Elks Lodge and The Germania Singing Society.
In addition to his wife and mother, he leaves a son Matt Malahan and Juntimar Kedjumnong and a daughter Kelli Riley and her husband Brandon and grandchildren Nathaniel, Chloe, and Keagan. He also leaves two brothers, Thomas and Dennis Malahan and a sister Patricia Malahan.
A Memorial Mass will be held on Thursday May 18 at 10:30 at Saint Mary's Church, Pulaski St in Torrington. Friends may call at The Phalen Funeral Home 285 Migeon Ave Torrington on Wednesday from 5:00 to 8:00 PM.
Memorial Contributions can be made to The Jimmy Fund 10 Brookline Place West 6th Floor
Brookline, MA 02445-7295
Robert Ruzbasan, 60, of 531 Clearview Ave. Torrington
died Sunday May 14 at Wintonbury Health Care in Bloomfield. Born in Torrington, April 6, 1946 son of John J. Ruzbasan of Torrington and the late Theresa (Ostrowski) Ruzbasan, he was a self employed musician who enjoyed travel.
In addition to his father, he leaves a daughter, Rikki Hennenberry of Torrington, sisters, Joan Lach of Torrington and Barbara Emanuel Coviello of Florida, and a brother Donald Ruzbasan of Torrington.
Private Services will be at the convenience of the family. Phalen Funeral Home has charge of arrangements. Memorial Contributions can be made to Sacred Heart Church 119 Grove St Torrington CT 06790.
Louis W. Duigou, 101, of 111 Harvard Dr Torrington
died Friday May 12 at Marathon Health Center in Torrington. He was the husband of the late Alice Sullivan Duigou. Born in Torrington August 23, 1904 son of the late Jacques and Louise (Haven) Duigou, he was a graduate of The Radio School in Chicago. He was a Tool and Die Maker at The Anaconda American Brass Co until his retirement.
He was one of the original members of The Harwinton West Side Volunteer Fire Dept, donating the land for the firehouse, a member of The Redmen, and was active in The Industrial Sports League in his younger years. He served as an usher at Saint Francis Church for many years.
He is survived by a son, Louis J. "Skip" Duigou and his wife Judy of Thomasville GA, and daughters Dr. Elizabeth Brown of Easton MA and Louise Colangelo and her husband Joseph of Torrington 11 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, and a gr. gr. grandchild.
He was predeceased by a sister Lucy Gabriel and brother Ted Duigon.
Funeral Services will be held on Monday May 15 at 8:30 from Phalen Funeral Home 285 Migeon Ave Torrington to Saint Francis Church for a Mass at 9:00. Burial will follow at New Saint Francis Cemetery. Friends may call at the the Phalen Funeral Hoe 285 Migeon Ave Torrington on Sunday from 6:00 to 8:00 PM.
Memorial Contributions can be made to Dick's Restaurant Scholarship Fund 26 East Main St. Torrington CT 06790.
Florence "Dolly" Richards, 76, of 107 Eno Ave. Torrington
died Monday July 5 at her home. She was the wife of Harry George Richards. Born in Torrington April 15, 1928 daughter of the late John and Rose (Kovach) Gogolya, she was a life long Torrington resident, and a Communicant of Saint Francis Church.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, James Richards and his wife Deborah of Newark Delaware, and two daughters, Judith Hammer and her husband Leonard and Jean Consolini and her husband Steven of Torrington, and 6 grandchildren, Karen Belding, Michael Hammer, Christopher and Matthew Richards, and Steven and Shelby Consolini.
She was predeceased by twin brothers John and Ernest Gogolya.
Funeral Services will be held on Thursday July 8 at 10 AM from Phalen Funeral Home to Saint Francis Church for a Mass at 10:30. Burial will follow at New Saint Francis Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Wednesday from 5 to 8 PM.
Memorial Contributions can be made to The Center for Cancer Care 200 Kennedy Dr or to VNS Hospice Program 62 Commercial Blvd., Torrington CT 06790.
Leo Joseph Consolini, 69, of 88 Honey Hill Rd New Hartford,
a long time Torrington resident, died Saturday July 3 at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital. He was the husband of Thea (Foertsch) Consolini. Born in Torrington Nov. 1, 1934 son of the late Louis and Nellie (Nardi) Consolini. He served in The US Army in Germany from 1957-1959.
He was employed as a truck driver for EJ Kelley for many years and later retired 10 years ago from Kimberly-Clark in New Milford. He was also the original proprietor of Leo's Cafe in Torrington and operated it from 1968-1978, and was the originator of 5-C's Cafe in Torrington, owning it from 1983-1988.
He was a member of The Veneta Club and The Foresters Club, and was an avid UCONN Basketball fan for the men's and women's teams, an avid Red Sox fan, and was an avid reader and history buff.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by his son, Robert Consolini and his wife Sharon of Torrington, and daughters Sharon Belfiore and her husband Paul of Bristol and Patricia Consolini of New Hartford, and his pride and joy, a granddaughter Rebecca Consolini. He also leaves a brother Robert Consolini of Florida and sister Julie Schibi of Colebrook. He was predeceased by brothers Louis and Donald Consolini and sisters Mary Consolini and Eleanor Romaniello and Louise Carlucci.
Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday at 9:30 from Phalen Funeral Home 285 Migeon Ave Torrington to Saint Maron's Church for a Mass at 10 AM. Burial will follow at St. Peter Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Monday July 5 from 5 to 8 PM.
Memorial Contributions can be made to The Center for Cancer Care 200 Kennedy Dr Torrington CT 06790 or to Brigham and Women's Hospital Mesothelioma Research and Treatment Fund 116 Huntington Ave St Boston MA 02116-5712.
William Francis "Frank" Williams, Jr, 82, of 162 Wyoming Ave. Torrington
died Tuesday June 29 at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital. He was the husband of Eileen (Pedersen) Williams.
Born in Torrington April 13, 1922 son of the late William F. and Leone (Talbot) Williams, he was a proud Veteran of The US Army during WWII serving in the Third Division in Europe.
He was employed for 44 years as a Design Drafter for Anaconda American Brass Co in Torrington and Waterbury. He also was a past president of The Anaconda Retiree's Club.
In addition to his wife, he leaves two sons, John W. Williams and his wife Jacqueline of Middletown and Jamie F. Williams and his wife Mary Beth of Syracuse, and granddaughters Shannon, Sara, and Jamie, and grandsons Jack and Benjamin. He also leaves a sister Germaine Bell and her husband Walter of Harwinton and a brother in law John Burinskas of Torrington. He was predeceased by a brother Edward Williams and a sister Miriam Burinskas.
Funeral Services will be held on Friday July 2 at 10:30 at Phalen Funeral Home 285 Migeon Ave Torrington. Burial will follow at Hillside Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Thursday from 5 to 8 PM.
Memorial Contributions can be made to Charlotte Hungerford Hospital 540 Litchfield St Torrington or to Haven Health Center 225 Wyoming Ave Torrington CT 06790.
Lisa Anne (Brolin) Baca of Torrington
was a beautiful blue eyed Angel, sent to be with us for only a short time. Born Dec. 31st 1967 in Hartford CT, Lisa lost her courageous, positive, and valiant 3.5 year battle against a rare and aggressive breast cancer Thursday Nov 30, 2006.
She leaves to mourn her loss her High School Sweetheart and loving husband of 17 years, Michael S Baca and their sons Ryan 12, Colin 11, and Liam 3, at home., Her parents Carl and Janice (MacCallum) Brolin of Torrington, grandmothers Bernadette Brolin and Audrey MacCallum of Torrington, great aunt Audrey Houston of NY, aunts and uncles, Howard and Merle(MacCallum ) Wilcox of New Hartford, Nita MacCallum of Bristol, Kenneth and Cynthia Brolin of Virginia, and Audrey Brolin of Plainville, and father in law Andrew M. Baca of Torrington and sister in law Annette Baca of California and many cousins and friends. Lisa was predeceased by grandfathers Carl W. Brolin and Colin C. MacCallum and mother in law Claire Baca.
Lisa was diagnosed with breath cancer while pregnant with her youngest son Liam. Over 3.5 years she was re-diagnosed another 2 times, but always greeted everyone with a smile, the comment "I'm feeling fine, one day at a time," and encouraged many patients she met while being treated. She was always positive, teaching her children to grasp the good out of something bad. She was strong in faith, telling her children not to be mad at God, that there was a reason for this to happen, even though none of us knew what it could possibly be.
Lisa graduated from Torrington High Class of 1986, and Endicott College with a degree in HotelRestaurant Management. Immediately after graduation she became Manager of Friendly's in Simsbury, later working as Management Recruiter for the same Company. She also worked in Recruiting for Storage USA and American Express. The position she loved most was when she became a Tastefully Simple Consultant, building her business quickly to become Team Leader. She enjoyed the opportunity to get out of the house and put herself in front of many women who needed to hear breast cancer statistics and the reason for early detection. Lisa has been supported by many friends during this journey. January 29, 2004 a Pink Tie Ball was held for her in Litchfield to raise money for a Scholarship Fund and a trip to Disney. Saint Paul's Lutheran Church has been more than generous with their love and contributions of money to help the family. June 24, 2006 Lisa was Honorary Chairperson of The American Cancer Relay for Life held in Winsted, walking 5 miles herself. Lisa used to say, "God gave me a big mouth and I think my purpose is to spread the word of breast cancer. To make people aware it not only effects those with the disease but family that have to live the journey too. It takes young women away from their children and something needs to be done to find a cure."
Funeral services will be held on Monday Dec. 4 at 11:00 AM at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church 837 Charles St Torrington. Friends may call at The Phalen Funeral Home 285 Migeon Ave. Torrington on Sunday from 3:00 to 6:00 PM. Memorial Contributions can be made to Michael Baca CO Lisa Baca Scholarship Fund Litchfield Bancorp 1320 East Main ST Torrington CT 06790.
COSCINA, BARBARA S. (PONIATOSKI)
Barbara Coscina, (77), of Torrington, (formerly of New Britain), former wife of the late Dr. William A. Coscina, died peacefully on Tuesday, November 28, 2006 at her home in Torrington. She was the daughter of the late Vincent and Anna Poniatoski of Torrington.
Barbara is survived by her brother, Frank Poniatoski of Torrington, her sister, Ethyl Locascio and her husband Jack of Winsted and her sister Joan Sterling of Jacksonville, Florida. Barbara leaves three children for whom she cared deeply: her son, Dr. William F. Coscina of Warwick, Rhode Island, Mary Beth Koziol and her husband Walter of New Hartford, and Bonnie Ann Soulsby and her husband Peter of Marlborough. In addition, she leaves the special loves of her life, her grandchildren, Katie, Kimberly, Christopher and Michael Coscina of Rhode Island, Nicole Koziol of New Hartford and Ryan Soulsby of Marlborough, as well as multiple nieces and nephews.
In addition to being the best mom in the world, Barbara was an avid cook, ballroom dancer and traveler. She will be warmly remembered for her home-cooked holiday meals, and her stories of travel through Europe and the USA.
Calling hours will be Saturday, December 2, 2006 between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. with a funeral service to follow immediately at the Phalen Funeral Home, 285 Migeon Avenue, Torrington, CT.
Aime A. LaCombe, 91, of 93 Torringford East St Torrington
died Friday Nov 24 at Haven Health in Torrington. He was the husband of Eva Slaiby LaCombe. Born July 15, 1915 in Manchester NH son of the late Armand and Claudina Marcotte LaCombe he served in The US Army from 1935 to 1938, and worked in The Coastal Artillery during WWII. He was a former employee of The Torrington Street Department and also worked fro The Torrington Co.
He was an active member of Saint Maron's Church and was a member of their Holy Name Society and also served as an usher. He was also a member of The Knights of Columbus.
In addition to his wife he leaves several nieces and nephews.
The Divine Liturgy of The Resurrection will be held on Monday Nov 27 at 10:00 AM at Saint Maron's Church. Burial will follow at New St. Francis Cemetery. Friends may call at The Phalen Funeral Home 285 Migeon Ave Torrington on Sunday from 3:00 to 5:00 PM.
Memorial Contributions can be made to Saint Maron's Church 613 Main St Torrington CT 06790.
Stanley J. Kowalski, 55, of 251 South Main St. Torrington
Stanley J. Kowalski, 55, passed away at his home in Torrington on December 2, 2006. He was born in New Britain on September 27, 1951, son of the late Zygmunt and Mary (Sikora) Kowalski. Before his retirement, he was employed by Ensign-Bickford in Simsbury. In recent years, he enjoyed officiating youth baseball games and volunteering at FISH Inc. in Torrington. He loved to read and was an avid fan of sports, especially the Chicago Cubs. He is survived by his four children, Joshua, of Winsted, Sarah, of Farmington, and Matthew and Daniel, of New Hartford; and by a brother, John, his wife Monica, and their children. Stan will also be remembered and missed by many friends. A memorial service will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, December 14, at the Evangelical Baptist Church, 7 Winsted Rd., Torrington. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in his memory to FISH Inc., 332 South Main St., P.O. Bo x 844, Torrington, CT 06790.
Marcelene M. Truax, 66, of 25 Norfolk St. Torrington
Passed away Friday December 1st at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital due to Cancer. Marcelene was born Oct. 20, 1940 and was the daughter of the late Helen Bunel and Earl Brazeau. She is survived by her children, Travis & wife Dawn from Fort Hood Texas, Eric & wife Michelle from Torrington, and Sean LaMere & Fiance Elizabeth Brown from Thomaston. She is also survived by five grandchildren,
Branden, Sonni Lynn, Benjamin, Crystal, and Randy. She was predeceased by a son, Randall Truax. She is also survived by four brothers, Wayne, Paul, John, and Earl. The Memorial service will be held on Saturday Dec. 9 at 10 AM at the Phalen Funeral Home 285 Migeon Ave. in Torrington. Phalen Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the VNS Hospice Program 62 Commercial Blvd. Torrington, CT 06790, or the Center for Cancer Care.
Kaaren Whittaker Stewart, 62, of Torrington
died Monday Sept. 6 at Hartford Hospital.
Born in Torrington Feb. 2, 1942 daughter of the late Gordon and Emma (Sawitzke) Whittaker, she was retired from Torrington Savings Bank in Torrington.
An active member of Saint Paul's Lutheran Church, she taught Sunday School there for 20 years and was a former member of The Altar Guild. She was also a member of The Rainbow Girls.
She is survived by her long time companion Richard Billus of Watertown and her children, Heather K. Miner and her husband Frederick of Barkhamsted, Kristyn K. Stewart of Torrington, and John C. Stewart Jr. and his wife Julie and grandson David of Torrington.
She also leaves three brothers, Gordon Whittaker of Reading MA, Thomas Whittaker of Torrington, and R. Troyan Krause of Woodbury.
Funeral Services will be held on Thursday Sept. 9 at 9:30 from Phalen Funeral Home 285 Migeon Ave. Torrington to Saint Paul's Lutheran Church for a Service at 10 AM. Burial will follow at Hillside Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Wednesday from 6:00 to 8:00 PM.
Memorial Contributions can be made to Saint Paul's Lutheran Church Book of Remembrance 837 Charles St Torrington CT 06790 or to The American Diabetes Assoc PO Box 31160 Hartford CT 06150-1160.
Susan Smith Dean, 33, of 86 High St Torrington
died expectantly at Charlotte Hunger ford Hospital Aug. 31, 2004. She was the wife of Richard "Butch" Dean. Born Fed 6, 1971 she grew up in New Fairfield and attended New Fairfield Schools and Wykeham Rise School in Washington CT.
She was an executive assistant at Aries Partners in Norfolk Ct.
In addition to her husband she is survived by her daughter, Rhiannon Smith Dean and her mother and step father, Dale Smith and Brian F. Burnell of Torrington and father Ronald B. Smith and grandmother Amy Smith and a sister Robin Smith of Washington Ct.
A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday Sept 7, at 7 PM at The Phalen Funeral Home 285 Migeon ave. Torrington.
Memorial Contributions can be made to The Little Guild of St. Francis Cornwall Tpke Cornwall Ct 06753.
Dorothy M Trafidlo, 77, of 1400 Winsted Rd Torrington
died Tuesday Aug. 24, 2004 at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital. She was the wife of Francis Trafidlo.
Born in Torrington March 10, 1927 daughter of the late Anthony and Mary (Strobak) Sweykoski, she was a graduate of Torrington High School.
She was previously employed by The Southern New England Telephone Company, The Torrington Day Care Center, and The Connecticut Department of Mental Retardation.
A life long lover of the arts, she sang for many years with The Silver Belles and Beauxs of Torrington as well as the Saint Francis Church Choir. She was also an accomplished artist as her many friends can attest.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by her son Francis Trafidlo and his wife Virginia of Granby and a granddaughter Laura, and a sister Beverly Harrigan of Farmington. She was predeceased by a daughter Carol Trafidlo Kolleger and two brothers William and Raymond Sweykoski.
Funeral Services will be held on Saturday Aug 28 at 10:30 at Saint Francis Church in Torrington. Burial will follow at New Saint Francis Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Saturday from 8:30 to 10:00 AM.
Memorial Contributions can be made to The Nutmeg Conservatory for the Arts 58 Main ST Torrington CT 06790.
Alice Krayeski, 62, of 733 Hill Rd Harwinton
died Wednesday May 4 at Charlotte Hungerford Hospital. She was the wife of Donald Krayeski. Born in Torrington September 27, 1942 she was the daughter of Conrad R.Hock of Harwinton and the late Alice Shaw Hock.
She was retired from The Timken Company, and was an avid gardener and dog lover.
In addition to her husband and father, she leaves a step son Michael Krayeski of Thomaston and two step daughters, Wendy Krayeski of Amston and Cindy Colagrassi of Waterbury. She also leaves four sisters and two brothers, Joyce Leifert of Litchfield, Patricia Pecco of Sheffield MA, Linda DeMichiel, Terri McGray, Peter Hock and Conrad S. Hock, all of Harwinton, several nieces and nephews and grand nieces and nephews.
Funeral Services will be held on Saturday May 7 at 9:00 AM from Phalen Funeral Home 285 Migeon Ave Torrington to First United Methodist Church for 9:30. Burial will follow at Hillside Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Friday from 6:00 to 8:00 PM.
Helen Nimro, 85, of Torrington
died Thursday April 14 at Valerie Manor. She was the wife of the late John Nimro. Born in Torrington March 15, 1920 daughter of the late George and Blanche (Szmalc) Kaczynski. She was retired from The Standard Plant at The Torrington Company.
She is survived by a son, Albert Kaczynski of Harwinton and a daughter Joanne Jacquemin of Bristol and several grandchildren and great grandchildren. She also leaves a brother John Kaczynski of Torrington. She was predeceased by a son Joseph Jacquemin.
Funeral services will be held on Monday April 18 at 9:30 from Phalen Funeral Home 285 Migeon Ave Torrington to Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Harwinton for a Mass at 10:00 AM. Burial will follow at New Saint Francis Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Sunday from 5:00 to 7:00 PM.
Memorial Contributions can be made to Immaculate Heart Church 78 Lichfield Rd Harwinton CT 06791.
Virginia M Campean, 86, of Torrington
died Dec. 14 at Litchfield Woods after a long illness, She was the wife of 59 years of Victor Campean.
In addition to her husband she leaves two sisters, Barbara Bruno and husband George of Torrington and Betty Zink and husband James of New Britain, nieces Susie Day and Jamie Sheldon of Torrington and Patti Doaks of Chester and a nephew Andrew Zink of Farmington, several great nieces and nephews.
Private Services and burial are at the convenience of the family. Memorial Contributions can be made to Visiting Nurse Assoc 62 Commercial Blvd Torrington, Dick's Scholarship Fund 26 East Main St Torrington or Center Congregational Church 155 Main St Torrington CT 06790.
Phalen Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.