Archive for August 2018

Faragher, Elizabeth Fyfe

Elizabeth Fyfe Faragher, passed away peacefully at her home, Brookdale of Farmington on August 18, 2018. She was 96. Elizabeth was born in Glasgow, Scotland on May 23, 1922 and in 1923 came to the United States with her parents. That move was the beginning of many moves throughout her life, which could be the reason for her lifelong wanderlust.
Elizabeth graduated in 1944 from Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH with a B.A. in English and Drama. She was a high school English, Speech and Drama teacher. After her husband’s death, she came out of retirement and was a regular substitute teacher for Avon Public Schools. She substituted for grades pre-K to sixth grade. At 85 family and friends joked she was probably Avon’s oldest substitute teacher. She loved and enjoyed every moment.
In 1947 she married William P. Faragher and they were fortunate enough to celebrate 50 wonderful years together. She had one son William B. Faragher, and had one granddaughter Megan Elizabeth whom she loved dearly.
One of Elizabeth’s greatest achievements was becoming a published author at age 85. Her book “Off To The Fair” was a story about her beloved granddaughter. Elizabeth was a very active senior citizen and volunteer. While living at Brookdale of Farmington, she was on the Resident Council, the Welcoming Committee, and the Gables Gazette newspaper. She also participated in many other volunteer opportunities. She was a valuable contributor to the book club, trivia games, poetry writing and discussion groups. She was also a longtime volunteer at Farmington Valley Art Center.
She loved music and playing her organ. She loved to learn new things, traveling and meeting new people. She continued to look at River Viking Cruise catalogs trying to fit in a cruise down the Danube one last time. Elizabeth made numerous friendships over the years and from all the cards she kept, they meant very much to her.
Elizabeth is predeceased by her husband, William P. Faragher and her son, William B. Faragher. She is survived by her granddaughter, Megan, daughter-in-law, Terri Faragher of Burlington and her cousin, Christine Moore and family from Rye, NY. She is also survived by the many wonderful friends whom she met along the way. Thanks for the memories dear friends!
There will be a celebration of her life on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 2:00pm at Brookdale of Farmington, 20 Devonwood Dr., Farmington.

Guadalupe, Jr., Juan

Juan Guadalupe Jr. (60) of Farmington, passed away peacefully on August 23rd, 2018 surrounded by his loving family. Born in the Bronx, NY, on July 4th, 1958, to Amalia Lopez and Juan Guadalupe (deceased); Juan Jr. lived his younger years in Gurabo, Puerto Rico, as a young adult he relocated to New York until he later moved to Hartford and then to Farmington, where he resided for 16 years. He was a devoted father and can be remembered by his intense cheering from each sporting event he attended as he encouraged and proudly supported his son Ivan. Juan Jr. (Guada) was an extremely hard working individual and spent time working at various entities throughout the Farmington Valley. During his 16 years in Farmington he worked as a school bus driver and was able to touch the lives of many children with his warm smile and laughter as he greeted them at the beginning and end of each school day. Juan was a loving father to his daughter Janidsia Guadalupe, mother of his two grandsons Jariel J. Rivera and Jerian A. Lopez and his son Ivan A. Guadalupe, whom he loved very much. He is survived by his mother Amalia Lopez Gomez, as well as his 10 beloved siblings, Myrma Rivera, Wilma Rivera Morales, Norma, Enid, Ana, Nellie, Hector, Richard, Maria, and Eva. He was a beloved Uncle, Tio Junior, had many nieces and nephews that loved him dearly. Family and friends are welcome to attend calling hours at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Friday, August 31st, 2018 from 4:00 to 9:00pm. Funeral procession from The Ahern Funeral Home will be Saturday September 1st, 2018 at 9:15 am, followed by the Funeral Liturgy in the Church of St. Patrick, 110 Main St., Farmington at 10:00 am. Burial will follow in Riverside Cemetery, Farmington. Memorial Contributions may be made to the Farmington Youth Baseball League Organization.

Barry, Norma Little

Norma Little Barry, 91, of Farmington formally, of West Hartford, beloved wife of the late James E. Barry Sr. passed away peacefully on August 25th, 2018 at home surrounded by her loving family. Born in North Dighton, MA February 3rd, 1927 to Leota (Wingate) and Howard Little. Raised in Newport, Rhode Island where she met her husband, Jim of over 55 years. Once married, they relocated to the Hartford, Connecticut area.
As a devout converted Catholic, Norma was a founding member of Saint Helena’s Church of West Hartford and the Women’s Guild. Norma was committed to volunteerism and was the longest volunteer of the Women’s Auxiliary of St. Francis Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut. Norma started by tagging clothes at the Good Samaritan and eventually became the President of the Auxiliary. She arrived well before paid employees and stayed late helping to make the gift shop beautiful.
She is survived by her son James E. and his wife, Kathryn (Johnson) Barry, Jr. of Portsmouth, RI, two daughters, Barbara (Barry) Milligan and her husband Roderick of Portsmouth, RI, Karen (Barry) LeBlanc and her husband James of Farmington. She was a loving Meme/Mimi to eight grandchildren, Elisa Barry Probst and her husband Eric, Traci Barry deGroen, Jeffrey Thomas Milligan and his wife Carol, Kimberly Barry Milligan, Daniel McLean Milligan and his wife Libby, Tori Norma Dutcher and her husband Seth, Andrew James LeBlanc and Matthew Barry LeBlanc. She leaves behind nine great grandchildren Hannah, Brendan and Gretchen Probst, Alexandra and Teagan deGroen, Lillian and Eloise Tinsworth, Hope and Henley Milligan. She leaves behind three loving brothers, Jack, Huck and Ronald Little and beloved sister Noreen (Little) Mosher and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Predeceased by her brothers, Howard and Albert Little and her favorite cousin Adele Chenette.
Norma was blessed with many special friendships through the Women’s Auxiliary and throughout her life. For all who knew her will remember her as a fun loving, generous, caring Meme/Mimi who welcomed anyone she met.
We are thankful for her loving Brookdale/Gables family, McClean Hospice Services, and Care at Home who have loved her dearly in the last few years.
Friends may call at the Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rte 4, Unionville, on Tuesday, August 28th, 2018 from 4:00 to 7:00pm. Funeral procession from The Ahern Funeral Home, will be Wednesday August 29th at 9:15 am, followed by The Funeral Liturgy in St. Mary Star of the Sea Church at 10:00 am. Burial will follow in Fairview Cemetery, West Hartford.
Memorial contributions may be made to The Women’s Auxiliary, St. Francis Hospital, 114 Woodland St., Hartford, CT 06105. To send online condolences to the family, please visit

Sullivan, Jean Marie

Jean Marie Sullivan, of Enfield, CT, passed away on July 28, 2018 at St. Francis Hospital. Jean was born on June 11, 1957 to Charles J. and Regina R. (Foley) Sullivan and grew up in Hartford. She attended St. Justin’s School, Northwest Catholic High School and CCSU. Before taking early retirement, Jean worked at the City of Hartford for 20 years in a variety of positions. She also worked for the Windsor Public Schools, Town of Enfield, Model Market and Pegasus.
Besides her sisters Margaret and Kathleen, Jean leaves behind a multitude of loyal two and four legged friends. Jean loved and was loved by them all. If you were lucky enough to have Jean as a friend, you knew how dependable she was and how she went above and beyond always. Her deepest friendships were lifelong ones. Jean’s true passion was taking care of the most vulnerable among us (people and animals). From wandering strays to her multiple adopted rescues to anyone facing physical or mental challenges, Jean spoiled them all and had a soft spot for anything neglected or abandoned.
Jean was truly an original and there will never be anyone like her. She was unconventional and had eclectic tastes in art, fashion, music and an incredible imagination where she could create something wonderful from the mundane. Jean was quiet but observant and introverted but social. She loved travel, gardening, tap dancing, flea and craft markets, thrift stores and getting a bargain.
A Memorial Service for Jean is being planned. If you wish to honor Jean’s memory, please donate to The Sato Project or the Alzheimer’s Association.

Pikor, Stacia “Connie”

Stacia (Connie) Naumowicz Pikor of West Hartford, CT and Highland Beach, FL at the age of 100, passed away Friday, August 17, 2018. She was born on July 15, 1918 in Northampton, MA moving to Connecticut when she was 16 years old.
Connie was predeceased by her husband of 64 years, Edward A. Pikor and her oldest son, Richard. She is survived by her loving son Thomas Pikor and his wife Patricia of Avon, CT, her wonderful granddaughters Kerin Pikor, Lauren Pikor and her husband Gary, Kimberly Devine and her husband Dan and seven great-grandchildren Paige & Tatum Tighe, Walker & Sayre Disque, Shane, Riley & Lily Devine who brought so much joy to their “GGs” life.
A private graveside service will be held at Fairview Cemetery in West Hartford, CT at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Trustbridge Hospice Foundation 5300 East Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33407.

Russo, Battiste P. “Bud”

Battiste Peter “Bud” Russo, 95, widower of Antoinette (DeFazio) Russo, passed away peacefully on August 19th. Bud was born in New Britain on December 12, 1922. He attended local schools and enlisted in the United States Army during World War II, serving in the 3rd Infantry Division. Bud was a member of The Greatest Generation, a proud veteran having fought for his country in Africa and Italy in the Battle of Anzio. He returned home in 1944 and in 1945 he married his wife of 65 years.
Bud is survived by his daughter, Cynthia (Russo) Webber and her husband Dennis, his son Dennis Russo and grandchildren Lea Russo Miller and her husband Bryan and Michael Russo.
The family is very thankful for the loving care and daily kindness provided by Arbor Rose and Jerome Home in New Britain.
Friends are invited to join the family for a Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated at 10:00 am on Thursday, August 23rd at the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea, 145 S. Main St. Unionville. Burial will be at the State Veteran’s Cemetery in Middletown with full military honors.

Santacroce, Barbara J.

Barbara J. Santacroce, 85, of Avon, widow of Andrew Santacroce, passed away peacefully Friday, August 17th, 2018. Born January 5th, 1933 in Storrs, she was the daughter of the late Erwin and Marie (Healy) Jungherr. As a young woman Barbara was encouraged by her parents to attend school and become a registered nurse which launched a long career of helping people. She worked for many years at Blue Hills Treatment facility helping people overcome addiction issues, and worked her way up to supervisor. In her fifties, she retired from nursing and picked up a second career assisting her husband as a McDonald’s owner operator. Andy and Barbara were happily married for 28 years and enjoyed their work, family and life as partners.
Barbara is survived by her eight children, Keith Santacroce and his wife Veronica of New Britain, Gretchen Cacace and her husband Fred of Wilmington, DE, Carla Bridgewater and her husband Jim of Unionville, Drew Santacroce and his wife Ann of Binghamton, NY and Terri Arsenault and her husband Carl of Wallingford, nine grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren, her twin brother, Anton Jungherr and his wife Lori of Hercules, CA, her sister, Eileen Carros and her husband Casey of Reston, VA and her brother, Mark Jungherr of Florida. She was predeceased by her three children, Judith Misenti, Candice Becktel and Arne Misenti and her brother, Kent Jungherr. Barbara is also predeceased by her beloved dog Nugget who was a constant comfort during her long struggle with Alzheimer’s disease.
Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Tuesday (Aug. 21) from 9:00 – 10:00am followed by a Prayer Service in the funeral home at 10:00am. Burial will be private at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association of CT, 200 Executive Blvd S, Suite 4b, Southington, CT 06489.

Campbell, Steven L.

Steven L. Campbell 52, of Windsor Locks, after a long and brave battle with cancer passed away August 15th peacefully in his home with the love of his life his wife Cindy, son Tyler and daughter Jessica by his side.
Born August 6, 1966, Steve grew up in West Hartford the beloved son of Donald and Agnes Campbell and wonderful brother to Sue Campbell Dunn.
Steve was an amazing father who adored his children. He was a kind and gentle man whose courageousness was an inspiration to others. Steve will be greatly missed by his loving wife, children, numerous family members and the many lives he touched.
Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 180 Farmington Ave., Hartford on Tuesday, (Aug. 21) from 5:00pm-8:00pm. The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated Wednesday (Aug 22) at 11:00 am in St. Mary’s Church, 42 Spring St., Windsor Locks. All are kindly asked to meet at Church.

Lomnicky, Donald F.

Donald F. Lomnicky, 77, of Bristol, passed away August 14, 2018. He was the loving husband of Alice (Coy) Lomnicky. Don was born in Hartford, February 11, 1941 to the late Joseph P. Sr. and Sophia K. Lomnicky. He was raised in Burlington where he graduated from Farmington High School. Don worked at several places throughout his life, but mostly as a heavy equipment operator and truck drive. He was an avid hunter and fisherman, and also enjoyed classic cars. One of his dreams was fulfilled when he won the Hitchcock rocking chair in the 1998 Riverton Fishing Derby.
In addition to his wife of 18 years, Don is survived by two sons, Donald J. Lomnicky of Willimantic and Jason Lomnicky and his wife Amy of Bristol, one daughter, Terry Wright and her husband Geoff of Tampa, FL, one grandson William Wright II of Tampa, FL, one granddaughter Isabella Lomnicky of Bristol, his brother Robert Lomnicky and his wife Linnea of Naples, FL, a niece Judith Allyn of Burlington who was just like a daughter, as well as several other nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by a brother, Joseph Lomnicky Jr., and three sisters, Irene (Lomnicky) Allyn, Beatrice Lomnicky and Betty Lomnicky.
Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Saturday (Aug. 18) from 9:00-10:00am followed by a Prayer Service in the funeral home at 10:00am. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Meals for the Needy, 27 Judd St., Bristol, CT 06010 or to the American Cancer Society, 825 Brook St., I-91 Tech Center, Rocky Hill, CT 06067.

Billings, Donald Galle

Donald Galle Billings, 73, of Hartford beloved husband of Patricia (Pat) Power passed away July 1, 2018 at Hartford Hospital with his wife of 33 years by his side after a brief battle with cancer. Don grew up in Fairfield before moving to the Greater Hartford area. He is a graduate of the University of Bridgeport with an Engineering Degree. He worked in the engineering field and later as an engineer for Pratt and Whitney before becoming a bartender at the Marriott Hotel in Farmington where he loved engaging traveling businessmen from all over the world in great conversations. His infectious smile will be greatly missed. His gentle spirit and optimistic attitude were shared with all who came in contact with him.
Don had many hobbies, loved running, was an avid reader of financial news and world history and always educating himself through courses he took. He was a lover of jazz and a big collector of Doo-Wop music and was a Yankees fan. His greatest pleasure was renovating Pat’s treasured family 1878 Second Empire Victorian in the West End of Hartford where they both lived for the past 17 yrs. He loved helping out their gardens and used to say “Life Is Good” while relaxing with his evening cocktail in front of the fireplace with Pat and their feline family or outside under their wisteria covered pergola. He and Pat loved taking get away weekends, dining out and Barbados was their favorite island to relax every April.
Besides his wife, friend and soulmate Pat, he leaves behind his sister and brother in law Reverend Sharon and David Blackburn of Fairfield, Connecticut, nephews John Wilbourne currently of Alabama, and Doug Wilbourne, wife Trish and their children Morganne and David of Virginia Beach, Virginia. He also leaves behind several cousins. He is predeceased by both parents, Clarence and Yolanda Billings and nephew Allen Wilbourne.
Private family Memorial Service will be held later this summer. Donations may be made to The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation. https:/, 5526 West 13400 South #510, Herriman, UT 84096.

Seravalli, Theresa Di Biasio

Theresa Di Biasio Seravalli, age 87, passed away at her home in Farmington, CT on Saturday, August 11, 2018 in the presence of her loving husband, Bob, who she married over 63 years ago. Theresa graduated from Mount St. Joseph Academy, in West Hartford, CT and St. Francis School of Nursing, in Hartford, CT. Theresa cherished being a wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and aunt. She loved being a nurse and felt it was her true calling. Theresa was a fabulous cook and baker; she enjoyed cooking for her family and friends and earlier in her life, being part of her Gourmet Club, which was filled with many long-term friends. Theresa will be remembered for her beautiful, warm smile, kind heart, engaging (talkative) personality and boundless energy – she was a true force of nature.
Theresa is survived by her husband, Bob; daughters, Cindy (Jimmie), Mary Ellen (Phil) and Jane (Nong); grandchildren, Justin (Kanako), Amanda, Alison, Amy, Christopher, Lindsay, David, Katherine and Unda; great grandchildren, Kaiden and Kira; her sisters-in-law, Adele Di Biasio, and Evelyn Case and her husband Richard; and several nieces and nephews. She was the youngest of four children and is preceded in death by her sister, Mary, and brothers, Peter and Tony. The Seravalli family would like to extend our gratitude to all the aides who gave Theresa their attention and loving care during her illness, especially Andrea Sejerman and Tracian Corrodas. They would also like to acknowledge their many wonderful neighbors and Theresa’s nursing friends and their husbands for their friendship through the years and her very special friend, Kathy Follo, who remained a devoted friend until the end.
Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Wednesday, August 15, 2018 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm. Funeral procession from The Ahern Funeral Home will be Thursday, August 16, 2018 at 9:45 am followed by the Funeral Liturgy in the Church of St. Patrick, Farmington at 10:30 am. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery, Farmington. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association of CT, 200 Executive Blvd S #4b, Southington, CT 06489, the American Diabetes Association, 260 Cochituate Rd., #200, Framingham, MA 01701 or the St. Patrick’s Church Building Fund, 110 Main St., Farmington, CT 06032.

Mullen, Jessica Ann

Jessica Ann Mullen of Vernon, CT, passed away August 7, 2018. The daughter of Robert K. Mullen and Julie A. (Cross) Mullen, she was born in Burlington, VT on September 10, 1982. A longtime resident of Vernon, CT, she graduated from Rockville High School in 2000 finishing in the top 10% of her class, and was a 2-time member of the National Honor Society. Jessica was a stellar athlete lettering in softball, volleyball, indoor track, and cheerleading and was named to numerous academic all-conference teams in addition to being All-State in volleyball in 2000. As a youth, Jessica achieved a high level of success in gymnastics, and skated for a local youth hockey club for one season. Outside of sports, Jessica had a love for dance with training in both tap and classical ballet, and was Homecoming Queen and Queen of the Senior Prom at Rockville High School. She attended the University of Connecticut and excelled as a student receiving a Fine Arts Talent Scholarship. While at UConn, Jessica continued with her athletics playing 3 years for Huskies Women’s Club Volleyball team. Jessica was an accomplished artist and was featured in juried art exhibits in both Massachusetts and Connecticut including the prestigious Nor’Easter Annual Juried Exhibition at the New Britain Museum of American Art. In 2013, Jessica was named Easterseals Capital Region & Eastern Connecticut Medical Rehabilitation Patient of the Year, having undergone retraining after suffering a traumatic brain injury in 2011.
She is survived by her mother Julie A. (Cross) Mullen and father Robert K. Mullen of Vernon, CT; her brother James F. Mullen of Vernon, CT; her brother John P. Mullen of Concord, NH, his wife Keyla R. (Heisson) Mullen and their children Nathaniel, Ayva, and Grace; her grandparents Jean L. Mullen of Manchester, CT and William G. and Gayle B. Cross of Colchester, VT. She is predeceased by her paternal grandfather, Joseph L. Mullen formerly of Manchester, CT.
She leaves behind her many friends, cousins, aunts, and uncles whom she grew up with. They, along with her treasured nieces and nephew, will miss her infectious smile and joyful laughter. She was thoughtful, passionate, and loved deeply. She was a beautiful person and is a magnificent soul. She will be sorely missed.
Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 180 Farmington Ave., Hartford on Monday (Aug. 13) from 3:00-7:00pm. The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated Tuesday (Aug. 14) at 10:00am in the Cathedral of St. Joseph, 140 Farmington Ave., Hartford. All are kindly asked to meet directly at church. Memorial contributions can be made to the Easterseals Capital Region & Eastern Connecticut, 100 Deerfield Road, Windsor, CT 06095.

Clark, Matthew Alfred

Matthew Alfred Clark died peacefully at age 58 on August 7, 2018. Matthew leaves behind his children; Mary Colturi and her husband Jared of Ellington, CT, Elizabeth Clark of East Hartford, CT, Danny Dalton of Agawam, MA; as well as his grandson, Milo John Colturi.
Matthew is survived by his siblings; Margaret C. Amara of Unionville, CT, Patricia C. Smith of Farmington, CT, Barbara A. Clark of Farmington, CT, and Alfred B. Clark of Concord, NH; and a number of nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brother Edward J. Clark and parents Lillian and Alfred B. Clark. After graduating from Farmington High School, Matthew earned a degree in Automotive Mechanics & Technology at the Porter & Chester Institute. Matthew wrote technical guides for automotive repair and many times generously gave his time, advice and assistance to many people in need of car repair. Most recently, Matthew was working for a private company as an automotive manager. Matthew was proud of his Irish ancestry and loved reading Irish history and fiction. He enjoyed listening to all kinds of music and was an avid storyteller. Most important to Matthew was spending time with his beautiful children and family. Matthew will be dearly missed by his family, friends and loved ones. Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 111 Main St., Rt. 4, Unionville on Monday (Aug. 13) from 8:30 to 9:30 am. Funeral procession from The Ahern Funeral Home will be at 9:30 am followed by the Funeral Liturgy in the Church of St. Mary Star of the Sea, Unionville at 10:00 am. Burial will be in St. Mary Cemetery, Avon.

Furtado, Captain Timothy

“I wanted freedom, open air and adventure. I found it on the sea.” (Alaine Gerbault, sailor)
Captain Timothy Furtado, 82, of Harwinton, CT, passed away peacefully on August 8, 2018 at Hartford Hospital. Born on May 24, 1936 in Mattapoisett, MA, Tim was the son of the late Antone and Florence (Gallop) Furtado. He served in the Army National Guard for 8 years. Tim was a respected and distinguished sea captain, an avid sailor, proud to be a part of New Bedford’s fishing industry and heritage. For 48 years, he led a very successful life as a commercial scallop fisherman, well known as captain and owner of the Boat Seafarer.
Tim and his beloved wife of 33 years, Barbara (Manna) Furtado, lived in Tiverton, RI. He enjoyed cooking for his crews and created wonderful meals at home for family and friends that will be sorely missed! He was a loving and gentle man, who had a gift for making everyone around him feel comfortable. He loved telling his stories about his life at sea and never had a bad word to say about anyone.
His most cherished times were spent walking the beach with his dog Duke. He also loved being outdoors and could get anything to grow; he spent hours in his yard planting trees and flowers. He enjoyed traveling with Barbara to St. Marten’s in the winter and loved it when she planned their cruises to Bermuda, Italy and Portugal, just to name a few. He was a lifelong Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots devoted fan. At sunset, you could find him outdoors on the glider, enjoying his cocktail hour and Manhattan, overlooking the Sakonnet River.
In addition to his wife, Tim leaves behind his children, Tammy Perry and husband Robert of Fall River, MA; Kimberly Robinson of Cumberland, MD; Timothy Furtado of Millis, MA; Nora Lee Duarte of Montross, VA; David Rupard and wife Lauren of Tampa, FL; Gwendolyn Hansen and husband Robert of Burlington, CT; Donna Megliola of Weatogue, CT; Michelle Randall of Pawtucket, RI and sister Judith Talgo of Fairhaven, MA. He enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, Steven, Scott, Jennifer, Laura, Alex, Daniel, Derek, Kim, Lisa, Jared, Tricia and Dawn; 15 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brothers Anthony and David Furtado Sr., a sister Nancy Jacques and grandson Jeffrey Laberge.
A Celebration of Tim’s life will be held Sunday, August 19, 2018 at 4:30pm at Seamen’s Bethel, 15 Johnny Cake Hill, New Bedford, MA. There will be no calling hours and burial will be private at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made in Tim’s name to the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center, Inc.
The family would also like to thank the wonderful staff on Bliss 11, CB5 and Palliative Care Team of Hartford Hospital for their compassionate care. Our Tim was one of a kind. He made the world a better place for all of us, and we are blessed and thankful to have had him in our lives.

Clark, Ann T. (Morrissey)

Ann T. Morrissey Clark, 81, of Burlington, widow of Thomas Clark, passed away at Cherry Brook Rehab in Canton, on Monday, August 6, 2018. Ann was born on February 25, 1937 in Hartford, daughter of the late Jeremiah and Helen Morrissey. Ann retired from Waring Products in 1999.
She is survived by her son Thomas of Harwinton, her sisters Mary and Barbara Morrissey of Berlin, and her brother Patrick Morrissey of Windsor, her sisters in law, Nathalie Clark LaSalle and Susan Clark Winchell of Newington, her brothers in law William Clark of Wethersfield, James Clark of Bangor, ME, her niece and caregiver Maryann Federko of Bethlehem, and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her sister Helen Morrissey and her brother John Morrissey.
The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated Saturday (Aug. 11) at 10:00 am in The Church of St. Patrick in Collinsville. Burial will follow at Mount St. Benedict Cemetery in Bloomfield. There will be no calling hours.