News and tributes about the lives of community members who have recently died.
Services will be held at the convenience of the family.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, May 24.
Calling hours are scheduled for Wednesday, April 23, with the funeral set for Thursday, April 24.
Calling hours are scheduled for Sunday, March 30, with the funeral on Monday, March 31.
He leaves behind family in Cheshire, including his father and brother.
His 70-year music career dates back to his days as a student at Avon Old Farms in Connecticut.
Services for the Cheshire resident are Wednesday.
She was an inspiration to all around her; she was a generous, unselfish, beautiful person.
She was an avid reader and enjoyed playing Tournament Scrabble with her close friend, the late Laura Willhite.
She is remembered for her generosity toward others and lifelong friendships.
A caring and compassionate woman, Millie was always there to help people and animals. She was an amazing grandmother who loved her grandchildren.
She is deeply loved and missed.
Dr. Sataline always claimed there were three reasons he should not have become a doctor: “I have legible handwriting; I don’t play golf; and I have a sense of humor.’’
Mr. Pawlow was the Director at Goodwin Technical School in New Britain. He was a former member of C.S.E.A and an avid Dallas Cowboys and Boston Red Sox fan.
He was a U.S. Army Veteran of the Korean War.
He enjoyed reading and spending time with family and friends, and his ultimate joy was his granddaughter Nina.