Lawler, Eugene Frank

Eugene Frank Lawler, 94, died peacefully at Middlewoods of Farmington on February 14, 2018, with his beloved wife of 70 years, Hilda (Pranspill) Lawler, at his side.
Frank was born in Pittston, PA on September 22, 1923. He moved to Milford, CT as a boy. He resided there for over 80 years, raising his family, working in the Milford Post Office, and enjoying many years of retirement. He served in the US Navy during WWII.
Frank loved gardening, fishing, ballroom dancing, and life in general. He will be greatly missed by his family and many friends.
He is survived by his loving family, daughter Teresa Lawler Stevens and her husband Terry; daughter Janet Lawler and her husband Jeffrey Coppage; brother Patrick Francis Lawler and his wife Jacqueline; his grandchildren Barry Stevens, Andrew Coppage, and Cami Coppage; and several Lawler and Pranspill nieces and nephews and their families. He was predeceased by sisters Mary Abosida and Katherine Lawton.
There will be no service, and family and friends are requested to plant a perennial, shrub, or tree this spring in his loving memory.

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5 Responses to 'Lawler, Eugene Frank'

  1. Riccardo and Ellen Mavuli says:

    Hilda and family,
    We are sadden to hear the loss of Frank. Riccardo and I as well as the staff at Gusto Restaurant send our sincere sympathy to you and your family. Every time you came to gusto you both were so pleasant and it was nice to chat a bit. Thank you for your support in coming to gusto . One last thought, I hope I am as lucky as you both were , to spend so many years together .

  2. Paul Krause says:

    Beth and I were very sorry to hear of Gene’s passing. Our thoughts to your family.

    Paul Krause

  3. John Cammarano says:

    So very sorry for your loss!

  4. Ann Riling says:

    Hilda, please accept my deepest sympathy to you and your daughters in the passing of your loving husband Frank. He was a fine, caring man, may he rest in peace. I pray this finds you feeling well. It’s been many years since .we worked together at John Law and since I’ve spoken to you. Again, my sincere sympathy.

  5. Patricia Creevy Newlan says:

    Hi Janet and Terry. I was so sorry to read of your Dad’s passing. I worked many years with him at the post office. He was a good man. I have two dogwood trees in my yard that he dug up from his property and planted in my yard almost 40 years ago now. I think of him everytime the tree blooms. I lost my Mom last year (she was 95). They both lived long healthy lives. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Patty

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