Archive for 2017

Robinson, Pauline (Ries)

Pauline (Ries) Robinson, 96, of Avon, passed away peacefully at Hartford Hospital on Wednesday December 27, surrounded by her family. Married to Donald Wallace Robinson, deceased in 2014, they shared 67 years that was focused on faith and family. She was born to Isabelle and Herman E. Ries in Milwaukee, WI on June 27, 1921. Polly is predeceased by her parents and two brothers, Edward and Robert Ries. Before her marriage to Don in 1947, she was employed by Singer Sewing Company in Milwaukee as a seamstress and salesperson. After their marriage, they relocated to begin careers at Chance Vaught Aerospace in Fairfield, CT; she as a draftsperson on the Corsair F4U aircraft and he as an aerodynamicist.
She leaves her four children and their families; daughter Louise Talotta and her husband Bruno of Farmington, son Douglas Robinson and his wife Dana of Westport, son Gordon Robinson and his wife Tina of New Port Richey, FLA and daughter Paula Robinson of Avon. She enjoyed time with her 10 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren; Erik Person and his wife Melissa, Michael, Daniel and John Robinson, Giles Rutson, James Graham, Michael and Jessica Rubin, Kevin Robillard, Gregg Robinson and Jacob and Isabelle Person. They were all close to their grandmother who led a life they admired and learned from. She focused on raising her family in Avon, where they lived since 1965. The family has many memories of her talents in flower arranging and community volunteerism. She held leadership roles on many church and community committees such as the Alter Guild as a longtime member of Christ Church Episcopal in Avon and through her fifty-year membership in the Avon Garden Club where she served as President. Polly was active in community outreach visiting the homebound, and serving residents through Meals-on-Wheels. Her love of nature and the sea was important to her and she enjoyed many sailing trips with Don and their four children while spending summers on the Maine coast. Her personal values were grounded in faith and she was a member of St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Avon while continuing to live independently in her family home in Avon.
Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Thursday, January 4 from 6:30-8:30pm. A service honoring her life will be held at Saint Matthew Lutheran Church, Avon, on Friday, January 5 at 12:00 pm. Burial will be held privately at a later date at Greenwood Cemetery, Lovely Street, Avon. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 224 Lovely Street, Route 177, Avon, CT 06001, designated for community or mission outreach.

Glynn, Robert M.

Robert M. Glynn Jr., 64, of Canton, passed away on December 26, 2017 at New York Presbyterian Hospital in the presence of his loving family. He was the husband of Janet (Couchon) Glynn and shared 24 happily married years together. Born in Hartford, Connecticut on June 15, 1953 he was the son of the late Robert M. Glynn Sr. and Isabelle (Sandwell) Glynn. He graduated Farmington High in 1971 and proceeded to earn an associate’s degree. He was currently employed at Traveler’s Insurance Company Inc. as a Technical Director of Operations for 41 years. Bob was a beloved member of St. Patrick’s Parish in Collinsville. He was parish council president for several years, head chef of the G.I.F.T. program and played guitar in the church choir. Bob enjoyed playing music most of all. Anyone that knew Bob knew that music was his passion. Bob will be remembered for his selfless heart, his joyous presence, his positive and uplifting music and attitude and most of all his ability to make you laugh on your darkest days. Bob was a lung transplant recipient in 2014 and was grateful to his medical staff at NYP. Bob’s spirit will live on through his wife, Janet; children, Jennifer, Ryan and Molly; son-in-law, Sam; and grandchildren, Marcus and Amber. He is also survived by his brother, Steven Glynn and his wife Marie, his sister, Karen Till and her husband Bruce, and several nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles. Bob was predeceased by his sister Rosemary Marek of Farmington.
Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Tuesday January 2nd, 2018 from 4:00-7:00pm. Funeral procession from The Ahern Funeral Home will be Wednesday January 3rd, 2018 at 9:15am followed by the Funeral Liturgy in St. Patrick’s Parish, 7 Burlington Ave. Collinsville at 10:00am. Burial will be in St. Mary Cemetery, Avon. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made in his name to the National Foundation for Transplants and mailed to 5350 Poplar Ave, Suite 850 Memphis, TN 38119 or donations can be made on their website at www.transplants.org.

Nguyen, Ich D.

The Rev. Ich D. Nguyen, a South Vietnamese naval officer who escaped imprisonment after the Vietnam War and started a new life as an engineer and Christian minister in the U.S., passed away on Dec. 23 after a brief illness.
Born October 10, 1949 in Quang Ngai, South Vietnam, Ich joined the South Vietnamese Navy in 1969. He received training as a naval officer in Saigon and attended the Naval War College’s Officer Candidate School in Newport, R.I., graduating in September 1970. Ich served as boat captain, operations officer, and executive officer of a warship during the Vietnam War.
After the fall of South Vietnam on April 30, 1975, Ich was captured and imprisoned for six years in a North Vietnamese concentration camp. He escaped with his family in 1981 on a small fishing boat and reached Thailand. He and his wife and son resettled in Hartford later that year. Ich completed his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering at the University of Bridgeport in 1985. Years later, he earned an MBA at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a Master of Divinity degree from Yale Divinity School. He worked full time as the lead electrical engineer for the Department of Defense (DOD), working on many NASA product lines such as the International Space Station, space suits, and Orion multi-crew vehicle. He also worked on numerous military programs, including the F-14, F-15, F-16 and F-18 fighter jets.
For over 20 years, Ich also served as Associate Minister of Central Baptist Church in Hartford. He brought many Vietnamese families to Central Baptist and established the Vietnamese ministry there. He is survived by his wife Hong-Loan, son Kinh-Luan, daughter-in-law Thanh-Tuyen, and grandchildren: Isaac, Isabella, and Gabriella.
Calling hours will be held Saturday, December 30 from 9:00-11:00 a.m. at Central Baptist Church, 457 Main St., Hartford followed by a funeral service celebrating his life at 11 a.m. in the church. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, West Hartford. Memorial gifts may be made in his memory to Central Baptist Church.

Pfau, Barbara E.

Barbara E. Pfau, 88, of Farmington, widow of Harry C. Pfau, passed away Friday December 22nd 2017. She was born on December 6th 1929 in Collinsville, daughter of the late Harold and Minnie (Dobrick) Erickson. Barbara is survived by her son, Harold and his wife Mary of Ft. Myers Florida, and her daughter, Elaine and her husband Jim Harvey of Frederick Maryland, as well as several grandchildren. Barbara was pre-deceased by a son, William Clifford Pfau, and a daughter Patricia Pfau Welch.
Friends may call Saturday, December 30th from 9:00 – 10:00 am at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main Street, Rt. 4, Unionville, followed by a Prayer Service at 10 am. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery in Farmington. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Unionville Museum, 9 School Street, Unionville, CT 06085.

Vining, Virginia Moses

Virginia Moses Vining, 92, of Canton, widow of George H. Vining, passed away peacefully Tuesday, December 19th, 2017. Born December 1st, 1925 in New Haven, daughter of the late A. Emerson and Josephine (Wideman) Moses, she resided in the area her entire life. Ginny was a longtime dedicated member of the Canton Community Baptist Church. She leaves to mourn her passing her loving church family and her loving friends.
Funeral Services will be held Saturday, December 30, 2017 at 11:00am in the Canton Community Baptist Church, Canton with Rev. Amy Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Southwest Cemetery, Canton in the spring. Relatives and friends may call one hour prior to the service at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Canton Community Baptist Church, 125 Dowd Ave., Canton, CT 06019.

Golden, Phyllis A.

Phyllis A. Golden, 87, of Farmington, passed away Sunday, December 18, 2017 at Avon Health Center. Born July 9th, 1930 in Hartford, she was the only child of the late Warren Francis and Helen (O’Loughlin) Golden.
The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated Friday (Dec. 22) at 10:00am in the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea, Unionville followed by burial in St. Mary Cemetery, Avon. Memorial contributions may be made to the Office of Radio and Television, 15 Peach Orchard Road, Prospect, CT 06712.

Kerr, Stanley William

Stanley William Kerr Sr., beloved husband of Margaret (Machuga) Kerr passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family on December 15, 2017.
Born on December 24, 1927 to Harry Stanley Kerr and Helena (O’Donnell) Kerr of Unionville, he was a lifelong resident of Unionville. Stan started his career at Hurley Manufacturing of New Hartford in 1946 and worked as a foreman in spring manufacturing until his retirement in 2006. After retirement, he spent much of his time with his wife of 69 years traveling with their “gang” of friends to Ireland, Canada, Hawaii and many other states. For nearly 50 years, Saturday nights were spent with the “gang” attending church, enjoying dinner out and ending with a hand of 31. Family time was very important to Slim. He and Marg enjoyed preparing family Sunday dinners at their home. His specialty was baking bread and adding his own secret ingredient for the grandkids to guess. Yearly vacations to Cape Cod included many of his favorite activities such as clamming, fishing, soaking up the sun and walking the on the beach always ending the day enjoying a cocktail with the sunset. He was an avid golfer and enjoyed playing in the Unionville Golf League for decades. He loved to bowl and played on the Hurley Manufacturing team with his brother Bob and his grandson Chris.
He was a member of The Knights of Columbus where he served as Grand Knight and ran many events including Polish Night which was a family favorite. He was also a member of the Unionville Lions Club and volunteered to help organize Special Olympics events, the yearly Haunted House and children’s Christmas parties.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by his children: Gregory Kerr of Farmington, Colleen Kerr of Plainville, Lisa Zabel and her husband Kevin of Farmington, and Stanley Kerr Jr., and his wife Brooke of Unionville. He was predeceased by his sons Edward and Michael. He leaves behind many grandchildren and great children: Christopher Kerr and his daughter Isabella; Keleigh Scully, her husband Jerry and their children Gregory and Rachel; Deirdre Zabel and her partner Pete; Ashley Foley, her husband Mark and their daughters Helena and Emilina; Meghan Parent, her husband Stephen and their sons Landon, Logan and Lincoln; Stanley Kerr III; Zachary Zabel; Tess Zabel and her fiancé Alexander. He was the oldest of 4 children and leaves his sister Helena (Kerr) Taylor, and his brothers Robert Kerr and Norman Kerr and his wife Angela. He was a favorite uncle to many, many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his step father Chester Levandowski.
Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt., 4, Unionville on Wednesday (Dec. 20) from 4:00-7:00pm. Funeral procession from The Ahern Funeral Home will be Thursday (Dec. 21) at 9:15am followed by the Funeral Liturgy in the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea, Unionville at 10:00am. Burial will be in St. Mary Cemetery, Avon. Donations in his memory can be made to: Unionville Museum, 15 School Street, Unionville, CT 06085, Farmington Fuel Bank online at www.Farmingtoncommunitychest.com , Farmington Food Panty by mailing a check to: Farmington Food Pantry, C/O First Church of Christ, 75 Main St.
Farmington, CT 06032 www.farmingtonfoodpantry.com.

Nikstad, James Michael

James Michael Nikstad, 65, of Winsted, husband of the late Patricia A. Nikstad, passed away Friday, November 17th, 2017 at his home. Born in Hartford on June 22nd, 1952, he was the son of the late Clinton and Anna (Kohan) Nikstad.
Early in Jim’s (Jimmy, Jimbo as some called him) career, he leased his 1978 GMC Astro cabover to Allstate Trucking, a division of P.I.E. (Pacific Intermountain Express) hauling on his 42’ aluminum Raven’s trailer filled with anything from Jet engines to Radiation equipment; from hand split fence railing to farm equipment and back hoes. He traveled from Maine to California, from Idaho to Colorado, and all over this beautiful country. In the early 80’s Jim acquired local leasing rights. He hung up his over-the-road shoes and traded in his Astro for a Ford Tri-axle dump trunk. He began hauling local loads for Tomaso’s and helping his dad with his paving business. He then bought a Single Conventional Peterbilt and leased it to White and Son’s and hauled fuel oil and gasoline all over Connecticut. In the 90’s, Jim yearned for the open-road again and purchased a new double wide Conventional Peterbilt complete with dropdown deck trailer and starting hauling loads all over the United States. In the 2000’s, Jim decided it was time to come home again and returned to Tri-axle hauling.
Jim was a very quiet and private man with a need for speed that started when he was an adolescent and continued late into his life; from riding motorbikes in and out of mud holes to his most recent joy of go carts, winning numerous trophies. Jim loved nothing more than the wind in his face while riding his Harley. He loved going to watch the modifieds where ever he could and watching NASCAR racing. No matter where Jim went or what he did, his gentle presence touched everyone he met and left many lasting bonds and friendships. His passing will leave an everlasting void in our hearts that can only be filled with the memory of his endless smile and grace.
The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated Tuesday (Dec. 19) at 10:00am in St. Patrick Church, Collinsville followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery, Collinsville.

McGraw, Ward James

Ward James McGraw, 59, passed away on Friday December 15, 2017 due to complications of a pulmonary embolism. He was surrounded by his loving family. He was taken from us too soon, and will be incredibly missed by many.

Ward was born on April 6th, 1958 in Hartford and lived the majority of his life in the state of CT. Ward began his career at Peat Marwick in Hartford and had recently retired from SPM, LLC. He loved walking on the beach with his wife and golden retriever, golfing with his son and watching movies, eating popcorn with his daughter on the couch together. There was nothing he was looking forward to more than walking her down the aisle in two weeks.

He is survived by his loving wife Nancy, son Greg, daughter Michele and future husband Omer; his mother Louise, brother Kyle and husband Casey, sister Cheryl and partner Jerry; niece Cameron, brother in-law Chris and wife Kim. He is preceded in death by his father Fred.

Memorial Services will be held at 10am on Wednesday (Dec. 20) in the Meetinghouse of the First Church of Christ, Congregational at 75 Main Street in Farmington.

The family would really like to thank the nurses and doctors of the Bliss wing at Hartford Hospital, who were heroic in giving Ward every fighting chance.

Contributions in memory of Ward can be made to Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, 103 Vision Way, Bloomfield, CT 06002 or to National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 659 Tower Ave., Hartford, CT 06112. https://www.fidelco.org/donate or https://www.nationalmssociety.org/Donate.

Andrews, Pamela M.

Pamela M. Andrews of New Britain passed away at Hospital of Central Connecticut on Wednesday, December 6, 2017 after a short illness. Pam was the daughter of David W. (deceased) and Barbara Andrews of Farmington. She is survived by her brothers David S. and wife Angela of Weymouth, MA; Peter and wife Lisa of York, PA; Mark and wife Janice of Gorham, ME, nieces and nephews Jessica Gilding and husband Stephen of Ontario, Canada; Brett, wife Rebecca and daughter Teagan of Rutland, MA; Michelle of Minneapolis, MN; Christopher and wife Brianna of Champaign, IL; Katherine and Grace of Gorham, ME.

Pam was a devoted daughter, sister, auntie, niece, cousin and probably one of the best friends a person could have. During Pam’s life and career she accumulated many, many friends. Pam graduated from Farmington High School, Class of 1973. After graduation she lived in Unionville for many years moving to New Britain later. Her career spanned over 40 years working in the insurance industry – The Travelers Insurance Company, American Skandia, MetLife and for the past several years at ConnectiCare.

Pam enjoyed her time with family – keeping her brothers in line – she was the big sister after all, shopping with her mother and golfing and baseball games with her father. Pam enjoyed cooking all manners of food for any number of people, trying new recipes or making traditional dishes well. If she wasn’t cooking at her house or yours, she was doing your dishes. Pam was known to get everything and more out of a single day – visiting her parents, brothers, nieces and nephews, spending time with friends, making crafts and cards and helping with any manner of projects and always with an infectious smile and lots of laughs. There are many projects completed today because Pam helped.

An active member of the First Lutheran Church of the Reformation Pam worked on projects at the church especially working with her team at the FLCR Pasta Suppers. Pam volunteered helping the residents of the Jerome Home making crafts and cards every month.

Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Friday (Dec. 15) from 4:00-7:00pm. Funeral Services will be held Saturday (Dec. 16) at 10:00am in the First Lutheran Church of the Reformation, 77 Franklin Square, New Britain followed by burial in Riverside Cemetery, Farmington.In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the FLCR Pasta Dinner fund at FLCR, 77 Franklin Square, New Britain CT 06051.

Forbes, Muriel Hughes

Muriel Hughes Forbes, 97, of West Hartford and recently a resident of Avery Heights in Hartford, passed away peacefully Friday, December 1st, 2017. She was the wife of the late Richard Wiles Forbes and mother of the late Geoffrey Campbell Forbes. Born in Manhattan, NYC, daughter of the late John Hughes and Mary (Parsons) Hughes, Muriel earned her B.A. from Barnard College in 1941 and her M.A. from Columbia University in 1942 and attended the Harvard Institute on College Admissions. She began her career with the American Women’s Volunteer Services in NYC working for the public relations department. She taught at the Locust Valley Friends Academy in Locust Valley, NY, the Foxcroft School in Middleburg, VA, the Madeira School in Greenway, VA, Avon Old Farms School and the Oxford School in West Hartford where she was named head of the English department from 1965-1973. After the Kingswood and Oxford Schools merged, she became Director of College Counseling in 1975 until her retirement in 1985. She was named Connecticut’s outstanding independent school counselor for 1981-1982 by the New England Association of College Admissions Counselors and in 1985 she was awarded the Harry R. Carroll Award for distinguished service to the profession. Muriel was a member of the governing board of the New England Association of College Admissions Counselors and editor of the organization’s newsletter. She was also a member of the publications and research committee of the Task Force on Long Range Planning, a unit of the National Association of College Admissions Counselors. Throughout her life, Muriel traveled extensively throughout the world, sharing her experiences through lectures to various groups. After retiring in 1985, Muriel gave tours and lectures at the Mark Twain House in Hartford and the Hillstead Museum in Farmington. She was a member of The Hartford Town and County Club and a member of Trinity Episcopal Church in Hartford.
Interment in the Memorial Garden at Trinity Episcopal Church, 120 Sigourney St., Hartford will be held Saturday (Dec. 16) at 3:00pm.

Noury, Patrick J.

Patrick J. Noury, 52, of Farmington, beloved husband of the late Leslie A. Noury, passed away Thursday, November 30th, 2017. Born in Le Mans, France on August 20th, 1965, he was the son of Michel and Fernande (DeLaunay) Noury of France. Patrick was a graduate of Le Manoir in Chantilly, France. He was an Executive Chef at Carmela Marie Catering in Plantsville for many years. The Arts and French Culinary were Patrick’s passion. He spent many years learning the art of French cuisine in Paris, with Leslie A. Noury, before traveling to America to cook with leading chef’s from around the world. Patrick’s charming and loving nature had an undeniable influence on his family and friends. He will always be remembered for his warm heart and his bright and contagious smiles.
Besides his parents, Patrick is survived by his two sons, Christopher and Peter Noury both of Farmington, his brother, Eric Noury of France, his mother-in-law, Ruth Hickey of Farmington, his brother-in-law, Robert Hickey of Farmington and his two dogs, Coco and Ginger.
Funeral services will be held Sunday (Dec. 10) at 2:00pm in The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt., 4, Unionville. There are no calling hours.

Myers, Irene G. (Grant)

Irene G. (Grant) Myers, 97, formerly of Unionville, widow of Walter H. Myers, Sr., passed away peacefully Saturday, December 2nd, at her home in Madawaska, Maine. Born November 8th, 1920 in Unionville, she was the daughter of the late Edward T. and Agnes Margaret (Griffin) Grant. Prior to retiring, Irene was employed by Myrtle Mills in Unionville for many years and the Needle Factory. She was a longtime communicant at the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea in Unionville and was a Gold Star mother, her only son, Walter H. Myers, Jr., was killed in action in the Republic of Vietnam in 1966 while serving with the United States Army.
Irene is survived by her daughter and her husband Cheryl J. and Gerald R. Soucy with whom she made her home in Madawaska, ME., her granddaughter and her husband Kimberly L. and Denis M. Dionne of St. David, ME., her three great – grandchildren, Trista and Trentin Dionne of St. David, ME., and her eldest great – grandchild and his wife Collin Walter and Melissa M. LeDuc of Manchester. She was predeceased by her three brothers, Edward T. Grant Jr., John J. Grant, and William H. Grant, and her three sisters Marjorie McKissick, Ruth Ingvertsen, and Beatrice Filandro.
Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Saturday (Dec. 16) from 8:30-9:30am. Funeral procession from The Ahern Funeral Home will be at 9:30am followed by the Funeral Liturgy in the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea, Unionville at 10:00am. Burial will be in the family plot at St. Mary Cemetery, Avon.

Stone, Roy E.

Roy E. Stone died Saturday, December 2, 2017 at his home in Avon, Connecticut. He was 90 years old. Roy was born February 11, 1927 in Evansville, Indiana where he spent the first 42 years of his life. Roy was predeceased by his wife of 55 years, Dorothy (Henning). He is also predeceased by his parents Joseph and Rosalie (Endress) Stone and 3 brothers, Norb, Don and Frank. He is survived by four children, Ron (Julie) of Avon, Connecticut, Mark of Louisville, Kentucky, Nancy Cassidy (Ed) of Lincoln Park, New Jersey and Wayne (Cindy) of Birmingham, Alabama, as well as 11 grandchildren, 6 greatgrandchildren and Tom Brady.
Roy attended Reitz Memorial High School in Evansville and graduated from St. Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, Indiana. In his school days, not much was more important than football and Roy distinguished himself on the gridiron. He wasn’t the biggest, or the strongest but was one of the toughest. When you lined up across from Roy Stone, you were in for a long afternoon. He was a veteran of WWII, serving in the Navy. The term “Greatest Generation” typifies people like Roy.
Roy had a successful business career, working as an executive for Mead Johnson, Allied Chemical and finally retiring from Heublein in the late 70’s. He had an accidental second career later in life joining his son Ron’s startup, Stone Marketing in Farmington, as an advisor in 1985. The advisor role was intended to be short-term but he kept an office at the business for 30 years and played a key role in the business’s ultimate success.
Roy was member at the Golf Club of Avon for over 40 years. He golfed well into his 80’s enjoying many rounds with close friends. In his youth, Roy “hot walked” horses at Ellis Park racetrack in Evansville. This inspired a lifelong passion for horse racing. A $2 bettor, it wasn’t about gambling but using his unique and complex handicapping formula to beat the odds. In addition to golf and horse racing he was into the New England Patriots like few others. No visitors, no phone calls, no distractions were allowed during Patriots games.
The family thanks homecare aids Emmanuel, Kato, Cindy and Jeanine for their care and devotion to Roy. Special thanks go to care aid Gregg Nargi. Gregg was with Roy for over two years and largely made it possible for him to remain in his house until the end. Thanks also to Linda Comandini, his hospice nurse who was always there for Roy and the family.
There are no calling hours. The family will hold a celebration of Roy’s life at some point in the not too distant future.

Macaro, Costantino

Costantino Macaro, 88, of Farmington, loving husband of 65 years to Luisa (Marrocco) Macaro, passed away peacefully Friday, December 1st, 2017. Born June 1st, 1929 in Lenola, Italy, he came to the United States in 1971 with his family to provide for a better life. Prior to retiring, Costantino was employed as a Machinist at Bristol Brass Co., and later at Pioneer Steel Ball Co., in Unionville. He was a longtime communicant at the Church of St. Patrick in Farmington and a member of the Lenolese Society. He enjoyed spending time with his family, especially Sunday dinners with a good glass of wine. He was an avid soccer fan of the Lazio team, and loved playing Italian cards “scopa” with his wife every night.
Besides his beloved wife, Costantino was the devoted father of Maria Macaro, Fernando “Fred” Macaro and his wife Nancy, Dionigi “Dennis” Macaro and his wife Gemma and Giuseppe “Joe” Macaro and his wife Martene, he was the adored grandfather of Gabriella, Fernando and his wife Winnie, Matthew, Adrianna, Isabella, Jared, Marissa, Kevin, Jonathan and his wife Cassie and their son Gavin.
The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated Tuesday (Dec. 5) at 10:00am in the Church of St. Patrick, 110 Main St., Farmington followed by burial in the family plot at Riverside Cemetery, Farmington. There are no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Farmington Fire Department, 1 Monteith Drive, Farmington, CT 06032.