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Save the Date! Summer is back in Hamden and so is the fun! Join us for the annual Harvest and Homecoming Food Truck Festival on Friday, August 6, from 4:30-9pm at Town Center Park, 2761 Dixwell Avenue. Grab dinner or a snack from one of 20+ local and regional food trucks that will be in attendance - the perfect Friday-night picnic opportunity in the park! Bring a blanket, chairs, family, and friends for a traditional end-of-summer get-together right in your own Hamden community. Live music provided by DJ Rachel, featuring local band, The Good Trouble playing over five decades of classic rock.
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(Pursuant to C.G.S. § 12-145) The first installment of real estate and personal property taxes for the town of North Haven for the grand list of October 1, 2020, is due and payable July 1, 2021; motor vehicle taxes are due in full July 1, 2021. Payments must be received by (or bear the U.S. Postal service postmark dated no later than) the end of the grace period of August 2, 2021, in order to avoid interest. Your real estate and personal property tax bill contains the stubs for both the first and second half payments due, i.e. July 2021 and January 2022. Please note your calendar. After August 2, 2021, interest will accrue at the rate of 1 ½ % per month (18% per year), on all unpaid taxes due for the 2020 grand list and will be computed from July 1, 2021. Each addition of interest shall become due and collectable and shall be figured on the original amount of tax. If back taxes are due, payments will be applied to the oldest outstanding bill first; fees, liens, and interest will be paid before principal. On each tax bill that becomes delinquent, either the 1½ % per month interest (or a minimum interest charge of $2.00, Whichever is greater) will be collected. All delinquent motor vehicle taxes will be charged a $5.00 Administrative fee and reported to dmv. If you are reported to dmv, and require a release for registration purposes, be advised that if you pay online or with a check, there is a ten (10) business day hold. If you require an immediate release with dmv, we charge an extra $25.00 Fee (payable with cash, money order or bank check only). Note: please plan your dmv registration needs in advance to avoid delays. Failure to receive a bill does not invalidate the tax / interest cannot be waived. Timely payments may be mailed to our lockbox: P.O. Box 900, Hartford, CT 06143-0900. Late payments should be mailed to the tax collector’s office directly, memorial town hall: 18 Church Street, North Haven ct. If a receipt is desired, a self-addressed stamped envelope must accompany payment. Returned payments (NSF, incorrect account number, etc.) will be charged a fee of $25.00. Town Hall hours: 8:30 a.M. To 4:30 p.M. Monday - Friday (except for legal holidays). Dated at North Haven, CT this 28th of May 2021 J. Stacey Yarbrough Tax Collector Memorial Town Hall, 18 Church Street North Haven, CT 06473
Haven Fair is introducing an outdoor series for our vendor community with one date each month. Please come shop, eat and enjoy being on the fairgrounds with us! The next date is July 24th - (Christmas Eve in July), 10am-2pm. Listen to live music, grab some food from Food Trucks, Shoreline Prime and Holy Guacamole. Visit the Kids Craft Table for a free craft. Free Admission. If you are interested in vending, please email Jeanne at jeanne.northhavenfair@gmail. com. Direct sales vendors are limited. For more information, visit the North Haven Fair Facebook: @NorthHavenFair
Garage, Rummage, Estate Sales, Flea Market NORTH HAVEN HUGE BLOWOUT TAG SALE: Sat., July 17, 8am-1pm, 293 Quinnipiac Ave., North Haven. Everything must go. Something for everyone. No reasonable offer refused. Jewelry, furniture, DVDs, houseware, books, decor, many new items. HAND & POWER TOOL TAG SALE: Sunday, July 18, 9am12 noon, 78 Blue Hills Rd., North Haven (rear lot).
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The following local residents were among the students who received their degrees in May, as part of the Class of 2021: Hamden: /LDP &OXQH BA in Elementary Education; 5REHUW 5LFH BS in Architecture. Northford: -LOOLDQ 'DPLDQL Summa Cum Laude with a BFA in Creative Writing and BA in English Literature; $QWKRQ\/XFLEHOOR Magna Cum Laude with a BS in Engineering (Mechanical Engr. Specialization). North Haven: &KULVWRSKHU %URDGEHQW BS in Finance; 5DFKHO .HOO\ Cum Laude with a Master of Architecture. Wallingford: (ULQ'HVDQWL Cum Laude with a MA Forensic Mental Health Counseling; $QDNLQ *HLVOHU BS in Architecture; .DLW OLQ .RZDOLN Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Communication & Media Studies.
Western New England University congratulates the following students: Hamden: Spencer G. Bezerra, graduated Cum Laude with a BSE in Biomedical Engineering. Nicholas P. Ferraro, graduated with a BSBA in Sport Management. North Haven: Brendan C. Meyers, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BSE in Biomedical Engineering. Kayla D. Melillo, graduated with a BS in Information Technology. Wallingford: Kayla Elizabeth Hopkins, graduated Summa Cum Laude with a BS in Pharmacy Studies. Connor S. Jameson, graduated Cum Laude with a BSBA in Business Analytics & Information Management. Matthew D. Ottochian, graduated with a BSBA in General Business.
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Hamden residents who graduated from Curry College’s Class of 2021 include: Taijah Irvin, majoring in Psycholoy earned a Bachelor of Arts degree. Melvin Wells, majoring in Psychology, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree.
PRESIDENT’S LIST FACULTY HONORS
The following students earned the distinction of Faculty Honors for Spring 2021 at the Georgia Institute of Technology: North Haven: Joseph Baldino, Jake Hlavaty.
The following area students were named to the Spring Semester 2021 President’s List for achieving a semester grade point average of 3.80 or higher: North Haven: Avery Quillen Hill, BA in Elementary Education/ Psychology. Wallingford: Alyssia Skye Jones, BSBA in Finance; Emily G. Musso, BS in Criminal Justice.
Wallingford resident, Hannah Stein has earned a place on the President’s List for the Spring 2021 semester at Dean College, located in Franklin, MA.
Hamden resident, Katherine Liseo was named to the College of Charleston Spring 2021 President’s List. She is majoring in Psychology.
Hamden resident, Heather Werth was named to the President’s List for the Spring 2021 term at The University of Alabama.
Hamden resident, Shawn Backus was among the graduates celebrated at the 163rd Elmira College Commencement on June 6th. Backus graduated Magna Cum Laude with an Associate of Science and Bachelor of Arts degree.
Hamden resident, Caroline Christie was recently named to the President’s List at Benedictine College for the Spring semester, which ended on May 15, 2021.
Hamden resident, Ezra Thomas graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering with Highest Honors from Lehigh University in the Spring of 2021.
HIGH SCHOOL HONORS LIST
The following area students were named to the Spring 2021 Head of School Scholar Hon(PHUVRQ&ROOHJH ors List. Students named to this The following students gradu- list earned a grade point average ated with their respective de- of 4.00 and received no grade grees in December 2020: lower than an A- for the Spring Hamden: Erin Christie, BS in 2021 Term. Journalism. Hamden: Charles Fok. Wallingford: Bethany KnickerNorth Haven: Melissa Montesi. bocker, BFA in Creative Writing The following student was named to the Spring 2021 High 6SULQJÀHOG&ROOHJH 6SULQJ¿HOG&ROOHJHUHFRJQL]HG Honors List: Hamden resident, Jaelynn Pittthe following local 2021 graduman from the Class of 2022, ates: Hamden: Willow Mennone, BS earned a grade point average of in Health Science; James Miller, at least 3.670 and received no BS in Sport Management; Dereck grade lower than a B+. Webb, BS in Physical Education. 0HUF\+LJK6FKRRO North Haven: Allie Brennan, The 4th Quarter Honor Roll BS in Sport Management; Sophie for the 2020-2021 school year Grant, BS in Athletic Training. included the following local area students: ,WKDFD&ROOHJH North Haven: +RQRUV Lilly Wallingford resident, Rhys Washington graduated from Itha- Foster, Grade 12. Northford: +RQRUV Georgia ca College with a BFA in Writing Baldini, Grade 9. for Film, TV, Emerg Media. Wallingford: +LJK +RQRUV
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Select students have been named to the Spring 2021 Dean’s List at Roger Williams University. Students from the local area include: Hamden: Camaryn Reynolds. Northford: Jillian Damiani, Alyssa Diaz, Anthony Lucibello, Emily Neubig. North Haven: Nicholas Cristante, Julia Laich. Wallingford: Anakin Geisler, Katherine Haskell, Kaitlin Kowalik. Maggie O’Rourke, Timothy Tangari, Ashley Whittier, Taylor Zmijewski.
Western New England University is pleased to announce that the following area students were named to the 2021 Spring Semester Dean’s List: Hamden: Spencer G. Bezerra, BSE in Biomedical Engineering; 7KRPDV$=HI¿UR-' Northford: Jared William Jamieson, BS in Computer Science. North Haven: Brendan C. Meyers, BSE in Biomedical Engineering. Wallingford: Connor S. Jameson, BSBA in Business Analytics & Information Management; Kayla E. Hopkins, Doctor of Pharmacy; Meghan Marie Murphy, Pre-Pharmacy.
Hamden resident, Kayla Richardson earned Dean’s List honors during the Spring 2021 semester at Hollins University, located in Roanoke, Virginia.
North Haven resident, Tyler Karasinski has been named to the Dean’s List for achieving academic excellence during the Spring 2021 semester. Karasinski attended North Haven High School and is a member of St. Lawrence’s Class of 2024.
North Haven residents, Evan Pastore, Zoe Pastore and Christopher Stevens have achieved Dean’s List Honors during the Spring 2021 semester at Nichols College, located in Dudley, MA.
Hamden resident, Isaac Weston was among the students listed on the Dean’s Honors List for the Spring 2021 semester at Moravian College.
The College of Charleston congratulates the following Spring 2021 Dean’s List students: Hamden: Caroline Bacchiocchi, major - Exercise Science; Natalie Bacchiocchi, major - Undecided; Lily D’Ostilio, major Exercise Science; Cara Samson, major - Undecided.
The University of Rhode Island is pleased to announce the Spring 2021 Dean’s List: Hamden: Hannah Del Vecchio, Claire DiAdamo, Emily Lancor, Gaby Mignosa, Derrick Pommills Jr., Jadyn Reilly, Zac Riccitelli, Jay Ross, Alexis Vivenzio. Northford: Gabriela Panico. North Haven: Megan Arnold, Donato Crisanti, Kayla McInnis, Nina Padro, Morgan Sullivan, Jessica Thomas. Wallingford: Treva Carney, Kayla Carrano, Kayleigh Corless, Mel Crescenti, Alyssa Galicia, Jason Klemm, Kristin Parker, Kirsten Sabia, Olivia Spence, Cade Sullivan, Macey Sundwall, Nicole Vitale.
College of the Holy Cross congratulates the following students who were named to the Spring 2021 Dean’s List: Hamden: Carson Reynolds, Economics. North Haven: Courtney Babbidge, Psychology; Benjamin Fox, History; Patrick Grudberg, History. Wallingford: Elise Cobb, Political Science and Psychology; Mae Grochowski, CIS-Neuroscience Studies; Mitchell Swick, Undeclared.
Spring 2021 Dean’s List students from the local area include: Hamden: 4XHQQLH 6R¿D &DOlanta, Radha Gonsai. Wallingford: Reema Patel.
North Haven resident, Ellen Mountcastle was recently named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2021 session at DeSales University. She is a Theology, and Marriage & Family Studies major.
Wallingford resident, Emily Hendershot was named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2021 semester. Hendershot, a Music Composition major, is a graduate of Lyman Hall.
Hamden resident, Janay Russo has been named to the Dean’s List at James Madison University for the Spring 2021 semester. Russo is majoring in Justice Studies.
Spring 2021 Dean’s List students are as follows: Hamden: Aimee Almonte, Highest Honors; Emma Smyth, High Honors. North Haven: Valerie Gimler, Highest Honors; Christina Pienkos, Highest Honors. Wallingford: Francesca Criscuolo, Honors; Alexis Eaton, Highest Honors; Robyn Honyotski, Honors; Madison Roy, Highest Honors.
The following students from the local area received Dean’s List Honors for the Spring 2021 semester: Hamden: Victoria Body, Amanda Carroll, Molly Cotjanle, Gabriella DiGioia, Erica Gonsiewski. North Branford: Hali Young. Northford: Grace Neubig. North Haven: Stephen Borrelli, Daniel Cannavaciolo, Christian Ciaburro, Jenna Grasso, Sarah Joven, Hope Marino, Jasmine Nguy, Andrew Puzone, Todd Richards, Katie Ryan, Alexa Smoko. Wallingford: Andrew Caplan, Michael Caruso, Christian Chasse, Hannah Cullagh, Nicole Dorsey, Kaitlyn Grindle, Alexi Lucibello, Daniel Messier, ChrisWRSKHU0RQWH¿RUH.DLWO\Q1RODQ David Spence.
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The following undergraduates were named to the Spring 2021 Dean’s List at WPI: Hamden: Mary Braen, class of ‘23, majoring in Computer Science. Northford: Logan Frandsen, class of ‘23, majoring in Aerospace Engineering. North Haven: William Hopkins, class of ‘23, majoring in Mechanical Engineering. Wallingford: Hannah Whitney, class of ‘22, majoring in Architectural Engineering.
Wallingford resident, Emilee Giacondino has been named to the American International College (AIC) Dean’s List for Spring Semester 2021.
Spring 2021 Dean’s List students from the local area include: North Haven: Samantha Ajello. Wallingford: Elizabeth Lederle.
Hamden resident, Selena Ihasz has earned a place on the Dean’s List for the Spring 2021 semester at Dean College, located in Franklin, MA.
Hamden resident, Mariah Martin earned Dean’s List honors for the Spring 2021 semester at Shenandoah University, located in Winchester, Virginia.
Northford resident, Patricia Warren was among approximately 297 students from Rochester Community and Technical College who made the Dean’s List for the Spring Semester ending in May.
Undergraduate students at Coastal Carolina University named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2021 semester included the following local residents: Hamden: Christian Burdick, an Intelligence & National Security Studies Pre-Major major; Julia Luedee, a Marketing major. Wallingford: Jessica Colon, an Early Childhood Education major.
The following local students were named to the Spring 2021 Dean’s List: Hamden: Rebecca Fracasse, Jennifer Moore, Delilah Tuttle. Northford: Cayleen Defaranos. North Haven: Kyla Kennealy. Wallingford: Bradford Landry, Julia MacKenzie, Kiersten McEvoy, Mackenzie Wilson.
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CELEBRATION OF LIFE
A celebration of life is a unique ceremony unto itself. It focuses primarily on the life a loved one lived and the legacy that he or she left behind. It can take the place of a traditional funeral, and it is common for the celebration to occur days, weeks, or even years following death. Personalization is essential, and the celebration is just that, a celebration. They’re usually more joyful than sad. Depending on the region and culture, a celebration of life may include food, dancing, and happy memories of the deceased being shared. It can be challenging to plan such an event so remember that funeral homes will work with you in creating the appropriate service for your loved one.
Funeral practices are influenced by religious and cultural traditions, costs, and personal preferences. These factors help determine whether the funeral will be elaborate or simple, public or private, religious or secular. To learn about our services, please call 203-239-1179. We pride ourselves on our ability to personalize and individualize each funeral service so that it is a truly memorable experience and a fitting tribute. We are located at 36 Washington Avenue.
QUOTE: “Tears are the silent language of grief.” -Voltaire
Eleanor M. DeBaise, 92, beloved wife of the late Michael J. “Mickey” DeBaise, of West Dayton Hill Road, Wallingford, died at home Thursday, July 1, 2021. Eleanor had shared this home with her son Michael J. DeBaise Jr. and his wife Vienna A. DeBaise for the better part of thirty years. Their son Zachary M. DeBaise and his wife Melita Lihziz DeBaise of Austin TX were quite simply life’s crowning achievement in Eleanor’s eyes. Born in Meriden, February 16, 1929, the elder daughter of the late Ralph DeSapio and Madeline Gallino DeSapio, Eleanor began a lifelong friendship with younger sister Marie Gomes of Wallingford. Weekly dinners with Michael, Vienna and Marie became a mainstay in Eleanor’s life when Mickey passed. She is survived by nieces Linda Spignesi and husband John T. Spignesi of Meriden, and Cathleen Labombard and husband Rod Labombard of Meriden. A homemaker for Mickey and Michael, Eleanor was especially proud to be part of the DeBaise Family, and is survived by Pasquale and Lillian DeBaise and Dolores Slavinski, all of Wallingford, Bernice DeBaise of North Haven, and Anthony and Patricia DeBaise of Christmas FL, and many nieces and nephews. While most of Eleanor’s friends have long past she is survived by longtime friend and Vienna’s mom, Lorraine Sturm of New Haven, and Vienna’s sister Tracy DeLeone and husband Vincent DeLeone of Wallingford. Should friends desire, gifts in her memory be made to St. Jude’s Childrens’ Hospital (www.st.jude.org).
Robert Gardner Beaumont, 34, a life-long resident of Wallingford, passed away unexpectedly due to a medical condition on July 1, 2021 at his family’s second home in Little River, South Carolina with his family by his side. He was born in Meriden, CT on December 10, 1986, the son of Robert N. and Noma Gardner Beaumont. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his sisters, Catharine Beaumont of Wallingford and Tamzen Kelly and her husband Walter of North Haven, and was the beloved uncle to Trey, Kieran, Liam, Erin, and Caleb Kelly, all of North Haven. He also leaves his aunt Roberta Spiegel and his cousins to cherish his memory. He was predeceased by his grandparents, Catharine Norton Beaumont and Robert Edell Beaumont, and Regina Grasser Gardner and Jock Clifford Gardner, his aunt and uncle Joan and David Piper and uncles Morgan Mitchell and Edward Spiegel. Should friends desire, donations may be made in his memory to the Sequassen Alumni Association c/o Mike Migliore, 134 Woodlawn St., Hamden CT 06517 or https://sequassenalumni.org/, or to Xavier High School, Office of Advancement, 181 Randolph Rd. Middletown, CT 06457 or https://www.xavierhighschool.org/.
Angela A. Nuzzo Conte, 80, of Hamden, passed away peacefully on Saturday, July 3, 2021, at Yale-New Haven Hospital/St. Raphael campus with her family by her side. She was the beloved wife of 58 years to Ernest J. Conte. Angela was born in New Haven on March 7, 1941, and was the daughter of the late Anthony and Grace DiGioia Nuzzo. She was appointed Minister of the Eucharist where she served at St. Ann’s Church, Hamden until its closing. Mother of Angel Marie Lanouette (Michael) and Amy Beth Conte. Grandmother of Alexa Marie Ahrem (fiancé David Lacamera), Ariana Marie Cantafio (Robert), Michael Anthony Lanouette, and Anthony Conte. Sister of Anthony Nuzzo (Olivia). Aunt of Matthew Nuzzo (Lucie), Jason Nuzzo (Jane) and Rachel Nuzzo. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Gracelyn Ann Criscuolo, 77, of Wallingford, loving wife of Andrew A. Criscuolo Sr. for 55 years, passed away June 30, 2021 at her home with family by her side. She was born in New Haven on December 29, 1943, a daughter of the late Alfred and Isabelle (Cairns) LeVasseur. In addition to her husband, Andrew, she is survived by her sons, Andrew Criscuolo Jr. and Alfred Criscuolo, both of Wallingford; her grandchildren, Caitlyn, Andrew III, Conner, Kyle and Kayla; and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her brother, Fred LeVasseur. Should friends desire, gifts in her memory can be made to the American Cancer Society.
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Angela M. Perrone, 96, of Wallingford, CT, died Monday, July 5, 2021. She was the widow of the late Joseph J. Perrone. Angela was born May 30, 1925 in New Haven to the late John and Rose Canapino. She was a resident of New Haven, West Haven, Hamden and East Haven for 30 years before moving to her daughter’s home in Wallingford in 1980. Survivors include her two daughters, Angela J. Levine (William) of Wallingford, CT, and Patricia A. (Mrs. Robert) Hanusick of Pennsylvania; a beloved grandson, William C. Levine Jr. (Tara) of Northford, CT, her two great granddaughters, Stephanie N. McKay and Taylor A. Levine. In addition to her husband and parents, Angela is predeceased by her brother, M. Robert Canapino; her granddaughter, Deborah L. McKay; and her son-in-law, Robert Hanusick. Should friends desire, memorial donations may be made to: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 381051905.
away peacefully on Saturday, July 3, 2021, at her home. She was the beloved wife of the late Anthony C. Costanzo. Jennie was born in New Haven on January 29, 1919, and was the daughter of the late Salvatore and Martha Proto DePino. Mother of Anthony F. Costanzo, Robert F. Costanzo, Mary Ann Valentino (Anthony) and the late Charles P. Costanzo. Motherin-law of Anita Costanzo and Donna Costanzo. Grandmother of Jennifer Olsen, Charles Costanzo, Jr., Amanda Valentino and Anthony Valentino, III. Great-Grandmother of Erik, Marie, Emilio, and Anthony. Great-Great Grandmother of Naomi. Also survived by her brother-in-law, Frank Costanzo and his wife, Rosemary, and many loving nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her siblings Anna Apuzzo, Josephine Gambardella, Andrew DePino and Mary DeMaio. The family would like to extend a “Special Thank You” to Jennie’s caregivers Anahit Simonyan and Gayane Vasquez. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish, 44 Washington Avenue, North Haven, CT 06473 or Vitas Hospice Healthcare, 199 Park Road Ext., Middlebury, CT 06762. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Jack L. Barbera Sr., 77, was called home unexpectedly on June 29, 2021 in Wallingford. Jack was born in Meriden, CT on May 23, 1944 to the late Sal and Frances (Benard) Barbera. A lifelong resident of Wallingford. Jack is survived by his two daughters Annette and Dawn Barbera; his son Jack (Madeline) Barbera Jr.; son Robert (Deborah) Barbera, and many nieces, nephews and extended family members. He was predeceased by his two brothers John and Frank Barbera.
Luciano “Pop” Turriccio, 98, of North Haven, formerly of Prospect Place Extension, East Haven for many years, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, July 7th, 2021, at the Connecticut Hospice, Branford with his loving family by his side. He was the beloved husband of 69 years to the late Antoinetta Spino Turriccio who predeceased him last July 29th. Luciano was born in Cerreto Sannita, Province of Benevento, Italy on February 7th, 1923, and was the son of the late Michele and Maria Grazia Stanziano Turriccio. He had served in the Italian Army during WW II and was a prisoner of war. Luciano immigrated to the United States in 1948 settling in New Haven. Father of Grace DeFilippo and her husband Nickolas, Phyllis Havens and her husband Brian. Beloved Poppy of Jennifer Havens Mineri and her husband Louis E. Mineri III, Luciano C. Havens and his wife Maria Iamunno Havens. Great-Poppy to the lights of his life Louis Edward Mineri IV, Biagio Brian Mineri, Filomena Grace Mineri, Luciano Mario Havens, Vienna Rose Mineri and Leo Brian Havens. Predeceased by his brother Mario Turriccio. Pops family would like to extend a grateful and appreciative “Thank You” to Dr. Joseph Balsamo and Tonya Oliveri, for all their comfort, care, and medical guidance. Should friends desire, memorial contributions may be made to Sandra Ciccone Memorial Scholarship Fund c/o Branford High School, 185 East Main Street, Branford, CT 06405 or the CT Hospice, Inc., 100 Double Beach Road, Branford, CT 06405. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Olga Wigh Marczewski, formerly of Wallingford, CT, passed away on June 27 in Framingham, MA. She was 91. The beloved wife of Burton Marczewski for 61 years, Olga was born in Wallingford on March 10, 1930, daughter of the late Stephen and Mary (Godo) Wigh. She lived on South Cherry Street for many years and attended the former Washington Street School and Lyman Hall High School. She will be sadly missed by her son John and his wife Maura of Holliston, MA, and her grandchildren Erin and Danny who brought her great joy. Olga was predeceased by her daughter Carol Lynn in 1962, her husband Burton in 2010, and brothers Stephen and Joseph Wigh. She also leaves several nephews and nieces, and many other relatives who knew her as Aunt Olga. Should friends desire, donations in Olga’s memory can be made to the Evangelical & Reformed United Church of Christ (107 S. Cherry St., Wallingford, CT 06492); Hungarian Community Club of Wallingford (PO Box 1816, Wallingford, CT 06492); or the American Diabetes Association (https://donations.diabetes.org)
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Donna Marie Schwartz, age 62, peacefully passed away on July 3, 2021 after a battle with Interstitial Lung Disease. It would be wrong to say that Donna lost her battle because she never stopped fighting. Through her, we know what resilience and perseverance truly look like. She was strong until the end. Donna is survived by her best friend and love of her life Steve Babich of Wallingford, CT. She leaves behind her two daughters, Jessica Caponigro and her husband Jay of Cromwell, CT, and Tara Schwartz and her partner Drew of Inverness, FL, and her two step-sons, Stephen Babich and his wife Stevie of Meriden, CT, and Josh Babich and his wife Lisa of West Palm Beach, FL. Donna loved being a Grammie more than anything. She leaves behind her five grandchildren, Skye, Zachary, Ezio, Elizabeth, and Ian. Should friends desire, donations be made to Yale Interstitial Lung Disease Program, Care of Dr. AntinOzerkis, Pulmonary Critical Care & Sleep Medicine, P.O. Box 208057, New Haven, CT 06520-8057.
Christine Cottiero Massa, 88, of North Haven, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Tuesday, July 6TH, 2021 at Whitney Health and Rehab Center, Hamden after a long illness. Christine was born in New Haven on August 29, 1932; daughter of the late Philip and Julia Raiano Cottiero. She was the beloved wife of 64 years to Joseph Massa. Mother of Philip Massa and his wife Ronnyann of Meriden, Cynthia Kopetz and her husband Kevin; Catherine Volpe and her husband Gregory; Joanne Riccio and her husband Andrew all of North Haven. Grandmother of Ashley and Brandon Harkinson, Joseph Massa, Christina Volpe, Gianna Massa, Gregory Volpe, Carissa and Melanie Riccio, Angelina, and Samantha Volpe. Great grandmother of Giuliana Massa. Sister-in-law of Katherine Aurora. Also survived by cousins, nieces, nephews, greatnieces, and great-nephews. She was predeceased by her siblings, Grace Buonocore and Anthony Cottiero. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Jeffrey F. Thewlis, 67, of North Haven, passed away Tuesday, July 6, 2021. He was the loving husband of Debra J. (Erdos) Thewlis. Jeff was born November 3, 1953, the son of the late Joseph F. and Dorothy (Green) Thewlis He was a 41 year life member of the Wallingford Elk’s Lodge #1365 where he served as Exalted Ruler in 1989/90. In addition to his wife Debra, he is survived by his brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Karen L. and Richard J. Farone, and Robert E. Erdos Jr. and Lori Erdos; nieces and nephews, Justin, Sara, Nicole, Camber, Kristen, Natalie, and Katie; several great nieces and nephews; and many cousins. He was predeceased by his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Robert E. Erdos Sr. and Jane Erdos; and his brother-in-law, Thomas F. Erdos. Should friends desire, gifts in his memory may be sent to either: The Sisters’ Project, PO Box 1643, Wallingford, CT 06492 (www.thesistersproject.org), or: ARF-Aruba c/o Renee Brock - President, 3229 West Bruce Dr., Dresher, PA 19025 (www. arf-aruba.com) A charity that helps find loving homes for stray animals on Jeff’s favorite island, Aruba.
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of Hamden, loving Mother and Nana, entered peacefully into eternal rest on Saturday, July 3, 2021. She was predeceased by her husbands, Salvatore J. Foti and Philip W. Jalbert, Sr. Toni was born March 22, 1932, in New Haven and was the daughter of the late Giovanni and Adelaide Irlanda Falato. She moved to Hamden with her husband in 1964 to raise their family. She is survived by her children and stepchildren, Maria Foti Kaplan, Patricia (Matthew) Altieri, Peter (Cheryl) Foti, Sally Foti, Philip (Cindy) Jalbert, Jr., and Lori (William) Montalto. She leaves behind 11 grandchildren and 3 greatgrandchildren whom she adored. She also leaves behind a brother-in-law, the Honorable Paul Foti, and his wife, Dee, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her eight siblings. Services were held at the www.northhavenfuneral.com.
Arthur A. Goto, age 100, of Wallingford, passed away on June 29, 2021. Born in New Haven on December 9, 1920, he was the son of the late Anthony & Anna (Takrczyk) Goto. Arthur was predeceased by his wife Florence Blomkvist Goto; his son Arthur A. “Chip” Goto; his granddaughter Kristina Needham; and his sister Genevieve Camera. He is survived by his daughter Anne Needham & her husband Harry of Hamden; his son Paul Goto & his wife Anne of Hamden; his daughter-in-law Rachelle H. Goto of East Haven; his grandchildren Sara, Adam (Meaghan), Greg & Max Goto and Jake & Darcy Needham; and 2 great-grandchildren Teigan & Brayden Gorman-Goto. Arthur was a WWII U.S. Navy Veteran. Should friends desire, memorial donations for Arthur may be made to Honor Flight Connecticut at https:// honorflightct.org/donations. Services were held at the www.beecherandbennett.com.
Jonathan “Jon” C. Crosby, age 73. lifelong resident of Hamden, passed away on July 5, 2021. Born in New Haven on May 4, 1948, he was a son of the late John J. Crosby & Florence (Bradley) Crosby. Jon is survived by his wife Constance (Krebs) Crosby; daughters Stacey Flores & her husband Joe of Washington, Stephanie Lowenski of Oregon, Terry Crosby of Alabama, and Rebecca Lioumis & her husband Jay of Wallingford, CT; son Jonathan Crosby, Jr. & his wife Toby of Idaho; brother Steven Crosby & his wife Pamela of Idaho; and grandchildren Nikki, Caleb, Samuel, Josh, Bella and soon to come baby boy Lioumis. Jon was predeceased by his son Tyler J. Crosby. Should friends desire, contributions in Jon’s memory may be made to the St. Jude Children’s Hospital at www. stjude.org. Services were held at the www.beecherandbennett.com.
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BARLETTA’S PAINTING: 30 yrs. experience, interior & exterior. Call for free estimates. Insured. Senior discount offered. No job too big or small! Lic. #572311. (203) 676-9070, cell. BUDGET PAINTING: Interior & Exterior. Water damage, textured ceilings & repair. Free estimates. Senior discounts. (203) 285-7970. DACOSTA PAINTING: Providing all aspects of exterior and interior painting since 2005. Fully insured. HIC #0606596. Based in Hamden, serving New Haven county. Call Mike, (203) 466-2223. Visit us at www. dacostapainting.com KENDRICK PAINTING: Experienced painter seeks interior painting and wallpapering work. Finest quality work at very affordable prices. Free estimates, senior discounts, references, fully insured. Call Charlie, (203) 376-6628, (203) 271-9287. Lic. #562711. JIM KENNEDY PAINTING: Interior, exterior, wallpapering. Insured. (203) 288-6057. Reg. #0621006. JC PAINTING: Now is the time to call for great savings on interior painting and staining projects. Senior and Veterans discount. Free estimates & insured. HIC #0651932. (203) 439-1403, ask for Joe. HABITAT UNLIMITED, LLC: Painting, Repairs and Decoration (Interior and Exterior). Reliable, and Free Quote. (203) 444-3803. TCB ENTERPRISES painting contractors. Interior, exterior painting, popcorn ceilings, plaster repairs, aluminum siding repaint. Free estimates, fully insured, senior discounts. Terry, (203) 288-8203. Reg. #568568.
EZ TREE & BRUSH REMOVAL: Tree and shrub removal, brush chipping, stump grinding. Prompt service. Free Estimates. Licensed and Insured, #583726. Reasonable. Bruce, (203) 671-8180, cell; (203) 272-1396. TREE SERVICES: Licensed & Insured. Small to large jobs, climbing. Quick estimates. Firewood, chipping available. (203) 589-1263. ¨Continued on next page¨
Louis Painting Renovations, LLC Interior & Exterior Painting Power Washing Reasonable Rates • Free Estimates
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LICENSED PLUMBER: No job too small. Work done daytime and weekends. Call Greg, home (203) 239-PIPE (7473), cell (203) 215-4195. DRAIN CLEANING, Leaky Pipes, Leaky Faucets, Leaky Showers, Running Toilet, Clogged Toilet Lines, Garbage Disposals, Clogged Tubs & Sinks, Dryers/Washer Lines, Dishwasher Lines, Hot Water Heater - 30 gal. or 40 gal., Gas Stove Lines. PLUMBING SERVICES, (203) 584-6868. PLUMBING REPAIR AND INSTALLATIONS: Same day service. Bath and Kitchen Remodels. Call Pat, cell (203) 285-0138, home (203) 745-5183.
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PLUMBING & HEATING ROUSSEAU PLUMBING & HEATING: Small to large plumbing & heating jobs. Over 8 years of service in the New Haven area. Lic. #282011. (203) 288-9090. WALLINGFORD PLUMBING & HEATING: Water Heater Specials - 40 gallon gas $1,150; 50 gallon electric $1,100. Prompt service on all repairs and new installations. Water heaters, boilers. Free estimates. Licensed and insured. (203) 269-6175. Lic. #280395.
POWER WASHING WE SHOW UP: Wash away black/green mildew, black lines from gutters, dirt. Window washing and other maintenance jobs. Insured. John, (203) 288-7868. LINDSAY’S PRESSURE WASHING: Houses and decks, patios and fences. Free estimates and senior discounts. Call Buddy, cell (203) 915-6546. BBB member. 25 years in business.
TWIN ROOFING 203-687-1442 203-903-6716
Madison, CT HIC 0661039
ROOFING CHAMPION CO. ROOFING, LLC: Flat roofs, shingles, slate, gutters, chimneys, all type repairs. Over 40 years experience. License #0629828. (203) 777-4183.
RUBBISH REMOVAL/HAULING A & R CLEANOUT SERVICE: We are a family owned and operated business. We can do total or partial cleanouts of homes, garages, basements or business. We can save you time, money and guesswork when faced with estate responsibility. Call A & R for a free estimate. We also do demolitions as well. (203) 281-6387 or (203) 623-0166. DON’S A #1 RUBBISH REMOVAL: No job too small. Also junk car removal. Discount rates for all seniors. Call (203) 997-6523.
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SIOHOLM EXCAVATION: B-100A compliance. Repairs, Inspections, New Installations. Engineered systems. Septic Lic. #05331. Sewer installations & repairs, lateral extensions, root removal & cleaning, new installations. All work & materials guaranteed. 25+ years experience. Lic. #P-7 278805. Call (203) 239-3838, anytime.
SMALL ENGINE REPAIR 2-CYCLE & 4-CYCLE ENGINES, Lawn mowers, Chainsaws and many more. Pickup/delivery available. Sales also located in Wallingford, (475) 201-9001.
TREE SERVICES/REMOVAL EXPERT TREE REMOVAL: Tree removal, chipping, lots cleared, stump removal. Tree climbing experts. Free estimates, fully insured. Steve McLean, (203) 248-7326, (203) 506-4655.
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TREE REMOVAL, TREE CLIMBING: 60 ft. bucket truck. Storm damage. Fair prices. Full insurance. Eddie Galvez, (203) 393-5673. DeNISI TREE SERVICES: Pruning, trimming, tree removal, stump grinding. Free estimates. Licensed and insured. Seasonal rates. Call Rob, (203) 288-5118. Lic. #62724. BRUSH & TREE REMOVAL: Also leaf cleanup and extra if needed. Call Nick, (203) 500-1066, also (203) 269-2498. CALL WOODY AT 203-CUT-TREE ARBORIST: Tree climber on staff. Email me: email@example.com. Please check out stumpbuster.com. Free tree evaluation.
TUTORING MATH TUTOR: Do you need help with Mathematics? I am a retired engineer with hours of math tutoring experience. $20/ hour. Please call (203) 281-9068, ask for Charles Amore.
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• New Roofs & Repairs • New Gutters & Gutter Repairs • Gutter Cleanings • Chimney Pointing & Repairs
WATER TESTING - LABORATORY HOMEOWNERS WITH PRIVATE WELLS: Avoid health risks due to potential bacterial contamination of your drinking water. Call Aqualogic at (203) 248-8959. Lic. #PH0454.
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SMALL WELDING REPAIRS, FABRICATIONS from drilling or tapping a thread, to welding a lawn mower handle, to machining a bushing, to fabricating a bracket, or even repetitive job shop welding on a rotary positioner. Often it’s the small things that can present bigger issues. If I can help, I’d be happy to. All types of welding, TIG, MIG, Stick, Plasma cutting. Steel, cast iron or aluminum. Lathe and milling operations also. Retired welder, hobby shop, very reasonable. Call Joe, (203) 288-5832.
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PART-TIME HELP IN LANDSCAPING and yard work. Call Roger at (203) 239-9801. SEEKING RESPONSIBLE WOMAN: In-home elder care, 98 year old woman. No medical care, 25 hours, State paid. Flexible hours. Call (203) 915-0381, leave phone number. MT. CARMEL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, HAMDEN is looking to hire a part-time administrative assistant, 9-12 hours per week. Must have good computer & social media skills. Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
POSITIONS WANTED CAREGIVER: Take care of elderly or younger adult in their home or convalescent home. Brain injury experience 10 yrs. (203) 631-3124. PRIVATE SERVICE AVAILABLE: CNA, if needed will care for your elderly parents. Willing to live in. Good references. Weekends available. Emergency service if needed and Hospice care. Wallingford and Meriden area. Call (475) 414-0490, leave message if no answer. CNA WITH 20+ YRS. EXPERIENCE will care for your elderly with TLC. Willing to work days, eves., nights. Hamden, West Haven, New Haven, North Haven areas. (203) 901-3570. RETIRED TEACHER interested in helping an older individual with meal preparation, companionship, decluttering, errands, local doctor visits. North Haven area. (203) 687-6509.
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Donate Your Used Vehicles
Donate your used vehiclesRUNNING or NOT and get a tax deduction to Partnership Center for Adult Day Care. Cars, Boats, Trucks, Motorcycles, RVs Snowmobiles, Vans, Jet-skis, Motor-homes, and even Buses. Call toll free (have title with you), 1-(877)-CARS-4-US, ext. 1089.
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Pictured (L-R): Carmen McKee, Ann O’Keefe, Dorothy Johnson, Theresa McCabe, and Polly Brooks. Polly presented the officers with plants signifying the attributes of their offices. Also pictured seated members Grace Duffy and Anne O’Brien. Hamden: The Spring Glen Garden Club elected officers for the 20212023. The officers are President: Theresa McCabe, Vice-President: Dorothy Johnson, Secretary: Dawn Tiedeman, Assistant Secretary: Ann O’Keefe, Treasurer: Carmen McKee and Assistant Treasurer: Trudy Wheeler. The new officers were installed at the May annual meeting at Luce Restaurant by the new President of The Federated Garden Clubs of Ct., Inc. Polly Brooks. The Club has been a fixture in the Hamden community since 1925, a chartered member of The Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, Inc., and National Garden Clubs, Inc., since 1929. The Garden Club ongoing projects includes gardens and planters in Spring Glen, Poppy’s Garden on the Farmington Canal Trail and the Historical Herb Garden at The Jonathan Dickerman House. The Club donated 10 American Elm hybrid trees to the Hamden Center Park as a result of its successful Wreaths for Trees program. Other projects of the Club are a Rhododendron Garden at the entry to Lockwood Cottage and the Red Oak tree (Quercus rubra) affectionately known as “Annie Oakley” planted in the Eli Whitney Park.
The Spring Glen Garden Club is looking for new members, who are not only interested in horticultural pursuits but civic beautification and preservation of our natural resources. There are no residency requirements to belong, our members are as local as Hamden, North Haven, Branford, or as far flung as Goshen. For further membership information, please call Grace at 203-288-1422. Benefits of Membership include: The Spring Glen Garden Club. Fellowship with other garden and flower enthusiasts. Educational opportunities through the CT Federation of Garden Clubs. Flower Show School, Environmental Studies School, Landscape Design Study School, Gardening Study School. Monthly meetings featuring Professional Speakers on a wide range of topics. Contribute to your community through civic involvement in the following areas: Dickerman House Herb and Shade Gardens. Town Center lobby planters. Hamden Earth Day Celebration. Tending Plants in the Miller Library. Tending Poppy’s Garden at the Lockkeepers House on the Farmington Canal Trail. Maintaining the Planters in Spring Glen Center. Tending the gardens at the Spring Glen Municipal Parking lot Club members also host informational teas, man booths at the Hamden Farmer’s Market and the annual Brooksvale Park Fair.
QU Nursing Professor Awarded $255,873 NIH/NIA Grant For Dementia Research
Noirth Haven: Sheila Molony, professor in the School of Nursing at Quinnipiac University, has been awarded a $255,873 National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Aging grant to fund “Holistic Evaluation to Advance Research in Dementia (HEARD),” a new research project aimed at better understanding and improving the quality of life for those living with dementia. This project will create an infrastructure for the development, standardization and validation of new outcome measures and methods for psychosocial interventions for those working with people with dementia. In addition, Molony and her fellow researchers will work to develop meaningful measures that capture living well with dementia. “We want the voices of people living with dementia to be heard in this research,” said Molony, who will serve as lead investigator. “We’re conducting research to improve the wellbeing of people living with dementia, and to do that, we need to include them in the design and implementation of our research. We want to work together to find ways to measure strengthsbased, positive outcomes such as wellbeing, dignity and social engagement rather than measuring deficit, decline or challenging behaviors.” A steering council, made up of two individuals with early-stage dementia, two caregivers of those with moderate stage Alzheimer’s, two expert dementia researchers and two statisticians who have expertise in developing measures, will work with Molony to apply a human-centered design method. Steering council members will work to empathize with and better understand the needs of those living with dementia. Molony will also conduct focus groups with 25 Alzheimer’s patients who have already participated in other research studies. “We will try to better understand and gain empathy for what it was like for them to use the questionnaires and research methods employed in previous studies as well as examine other sources such as books, blogs and podcasts authored by people with Alzheimer’s, research papers, and the work of other advisory groups to gain a deeper understanding of their experiences.” The professor said she was inspired to do the research after working with the Alzheimer’s Association, publishing research on positive psychosocial outcomes and participating in the Empowering Partners Program at LiveWell in Plantsville, where researchers and individuals with dementia are trained to be co-researchers. In addition, she was motivated by the work of LINC-AD, a National Institutes of Health-funded consortium that is working to broaden scientific interest and involvement in psychosocial dementia care research and strengthen the research framework that guides investigations. “Using the skills and techniques I learned in the Empowering Partners Program and having access to national and international experts at the Alzheimer’s Association and LINC-AD, I thought the time was right to do this important work.” Lisa O’Connor, dean of the School of Nursing said, “The School of Nursing community is very proud of Dr. Sheila Molony and her team for
Sheila Molony securing the NIHNIA grant to advance our understanding of those living with dementia. Dr. Molony is a steadfast advocate for people living with dementia. Her collaborations and research agenda provide deep meaning for the School of Nursing. Having more breadth and depth of understanding of this illness and fostering a more holistic approach to finding more positive outcomes not only strengthens our curriculum, it deepens the experiences we have with our students when teaching about and caring for, patients with dementia. The knowledge and skill Dr. Molony brings to our community on this topic is invaluable and sincerely appreciated.” Research reported in this publication was supported by the National Institute On Aging of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R21AG070481. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health. Photo by Quinnipiac University.