She was the wife of the late John Joseph Hackett; mother of Barbara Hackett Potkay of New Haven, John Dudley Hackett and his wife Karin of Bethany and Robert Dudley Hackett of Yokohama, Japan.
She is also survived by grandchildren Timothy, Jeffrey, Nicholas and Mikayla Potkay, all of Stokesdale, NC; Cameron and Chance Stine of Bethany; and Toshiro and Aki Hackett, both of Orange; and nephew Frank Hackett and his wife Sandy of Annville, PA and their children and grandchildren; and Jerry and Lisa Potkay and other extended family.
Gloria was born in Brooklyn, NY, July 5, 1923, daughter of the late Cecil and Margaret O’Connor Dudley.
She retired in 1960 as secretary to the President of Union Trust Co. in New Haven and was a longtime parishioner of Holy Infant Church in Orange.
Funeral from Beecher & Bennett-Taylor Funeral Home, 410 Campbell Ave., West Haven took place on Friday, May 16 at 9:30 a.m.
Interment in St. Lawrence Cemetery, West Haven.
Contributions in Gloria’s name may be made to St. Vincent’s Medical Center Foundation, 2800 Main St., Bridgeport, CT 06606; or North Shore Animal League, 25 Davis Ave., Port Washington, NY 11050.
Violet M. Lloyd, 94, of Orange, peacefully entered into eternal rest on March 23, 2014, at the St. Raphael Campus of Yale-New Haven Hospital. She was the beloved wife for 71 years to the late Norvel W. “Brownie” Lloyd.
Mrs. Lloyd was born in Ansonia on April 19, 1919, daughter of the late Sebastian and Susan Lanteri Cannata. A resident of Orange since 1956, she was employed as a seamstress at the former Valley Dress Co. in Ansonia until her retirement in 1982.
She was a communicant of Holy Infant Church in Orange and a member of its Ladies Guild. She is survived by two loving daughters, Donna Cuthbert and her husband Stuart of Ocala, FL and Gail Cuomo and her husband Robert of Orange, a brother, Seb Cannata of Ansonia, 3 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by sisters, Minnie Dube, Ann Vacca and Jane Conroy.
Visiting will take place from 9:00 am until the procession leaves for church at the SPINELLI-RICCIUTI/BEDNAR-OSIECKI FUNERAL HOME, 62 Beaver St. in Ansonia.
Friends and relatives are invited to attend her funeral on Friday March 28, 2014, at 10:30 am at Holy Infant Church in Orange for a Mass of Christian Burial. Interment will follow in Mt. St. Peter Cemetery in Derby.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Assoc., 2911 Dixwell Ave., Suite 205, Hamden, CT 06518. To send an act of sympathy, please visit www.spinelliricciutifh.com
The Scholar In Residence Program “End of Life Challenges in Healthcare for People of Faith,” is a discussion with our own orange clergy facilitated by Dr. Julius Landwirth, Past associate director & current member of the Yale interdisciplinary center for bioethics.
Everyone in the Orange Interfaith Community, and our friends, are welcome to participate in the Potluck Supper & Program.
Potluck Dinner at 4:00 p.m.
Program at 5:30 p.m.
Harriett Velms Lattanzi, age 85, of Orange, beloved wife of 42 years to the late Dr. William E. Lattanzi, died peacefully surrounded by her children at the Connecticut Hospice in Branford on Sunday, February 16.
Harriett was born on August 3, 1928 to the late Joseph and Helen Hamulak Velms of Ansonia.
She was a graduate of the University of Connecticut where she majored in Home Economics and English.
Harriett was a resident of Orange for more than 50 years.
An artist well known for her watercolors of landscapes, nature scenes and flowers, she taught in local after school programs for many years.
A gourmet cook, elegant dresser, and self-professed tomboy, she enjoyed horseback riding, tennis, golf, and bridge, walking with her friends (the “Walkie-Talkies”), reading, writing poetry, and traveling the world.
She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend who will be truly missed. Harriett is survived by her sister, Jeanne Steiner of Bristol, CT; daughter Laura Sterling and her partner Joseph Deuel of Saratoga Springs, NY; son William Lattanzi and daughter-in-law Martha Vibbert of Belmont, MA; daughter Susan Roser and son-in-law Mark Roser of Hebron CT; her seven grandchildren; and the vibrant community of friends that brought her so much joy throughout her life.
Friends and family may call on Wednesday, February 19th from 4-8 PM at Cody-White Funeral Home, 107 Broad Street, Milford CT 06460. At 7 PM, any and all are invited to share their memories of Harriett.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, February 20th at 11 AM at Holy Infant Church, 450 Racebrook Road, Orange CT, 06477.
Interment will immediately follow at Orange Center Cemetery.
A reception at the family home will follow from 1 to 4 PM.
Donations may be made to the St. Raphael’s Campus of the Yale New Haven Hospital, the Orange Arts and Culture Council, or a charity of choice .
To leave online condolences, visit www.codywhitefuneralservice.com
She was the wife of the late Peter P. Capobianco; beloved mother of Celeste C. Corcoran, MD (J. Russell, MD) of So.Kingston, RI and Peter N. Capobianco of San Diego, CA; cherished grandmother of Carlye Ann Corcoran; sister of the late Alfred & Ann Ielpi and Joseph Elpi.
Marie was born in New Haven on Aug. 2, 1921, daughter of the late Vincent & Adelina Saldino Ielpi.
She retired as a supervisor of medical records at St. Raphael’s Hospital and was a past president of the Hospital’s Ladies Auxiliary. She was a long time communicant of Holy Infant Church and very active in its Woman’s Guild and CYO programs as well as serving as a volunteer for the American Cancer Society and the Legion of Christ.
Friends may call Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Maresca & Sons Funeral Home, 592 Chapel St., New Haven.
Funeral from the funeral home on Saturday at 9:15 a.m.
Mass of Christian Burial in Holy Infant Church, Orange at 10 am. Burial in Orange Center Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to St. Mary’s Star of the Sea Church, 864 Point Judith Rd.,Naragansett,RI 02882.
Offer condolences at www.marescafuneralhome.com
She was a modern woman, years ahead of her time, who enjoyed both loving family life and a fulfilling career. Anne was a Nursing Pioneer in New Haven during the 1940’s and 1950’s.
The daughter of Rocco and Carmella Simeone Petrillo, Anne was born in New Haven, CT on August 3rd, 1920. She graduated from Hill House High School, and was the Class Secretary & Treasurer for the Class of 1938. Anne attended the Hartford Hospital School of Nursing on a full academic scholarship and became a Registered Nurse in 1940.
After completing her Nursing degree, Anne attended Columbia University in New York City on full academic scholarship and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s Degree from the Columbia Teacher’s College in 1943. After college, Anne resumed her Nursing career at Hartford Hospital for several years, and then returned to New Haven and worked at Yale New Haven Hospital.
Anne became a pioneer for modern Nursing changes at Yale New Haven and several other area hospitals. She was instrumental in developing and implementing new Nursing techniques for Surgical Recovery rooms, and Labor and Delivery Suites while at Yale. She rose through the ranks to become Surgical Head Nurse, and culminated her career as the Nursing Director of the Yale New Haven Emergency department in the late 1950’s.
While working at the Yale Emergency Room, Anne met the love of her life, her future husband, Walter H. Palkowski. They were married for 33 years at the time of his passing. After taking time to raise her family, Anne returned to her beloved nursing profession in the 1970’s and worked for Surgical Associates of New Haven until her retirement in 1997.
Anne was one of 10 children and was predeceased by siblings Stephen Petrillo, Salvatore Petrillo, Edward Petrillo, Connie Miller, Albert Petrillo, Josephine Santo, Rudy Petrillo, Doris Iadonisi, and Lucille Zito. She is survived by her son, Walter E. Palkowski of Orange, his wife, Cathleen and her two grandsons, Matthew Palkowski and Alex Palkowski. And her daughter: Dr. Marilyn Smith of Easton, CT., and her husband Ken Smith and her grandson Taylor Smith and granddaughter Kelley Smith.
Anne lived in Orange for 51 years and was a loyal Parishioner of Holy Infant Church. She was a member of the Holy Infant Church Woman’s Guild; the Holy Infant Holy Name Society, and the Orange Land Trust.
Friends may call at MARESCA & SONS FUNERAL HOME 592 Chapel St. on Sunday from 4 to 7 pm and are invited to go directly to Holy Infant Church 450 Race Brook Rd., Orange to attend her Mass of Christian Burial on Monday at 10 am. Burial will follow in Orange Center Cemetery.
Charlene Bohan DeMartino, 83, of Orange, passed away December 1, 2013 in Connecticut Hospice.
She is the wife of 62 years of Ralph DeMartino.
Charlene was born in New Haven November 29, 1930 daughter of Evo and Audrey Meckler Rivoli.
She was a graduate of St. Peters School and Commercial High School, Class of 1948.
She was a Supervisor for the former SNET retiring in 1988.
She was an avid reader and enjoyed the theatre, live plays and drama, traveling and playing bingo at the Senior Center.
She is the beloved aunt of Ronald (Kathleen) and Laurie Gambardella.
Visiting hours will be Tuesday from 9:30-10:30am and her funeral will leave from the Iovanne Funeral Home Inc. 11 Wooster Place Tuesday morning at 10:30.
Mass of Christian Burial in Holy Infant Church, 450 Racebrook Road at 11:15. Entombment in St. Lawrence Mausoleum.
Memorial contributions may be made to CT Hospice 100 Double Beach Rd. Branford, CT 06405. Sign Charlene’s guest book online at www.iovanne.com
You never know when you may need a life-saving blood transfusion. Accidents and illnesses happen all the time when we least expect them and it would be tragic if the hospital you were in was experiencing a blood shortage when you need it most.
The American Red Cross is hosting a blood drive at Holy Infant Church, 450 Racebrook Road, Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Won’t you consider donating a pint? You could help save up to 3 lives.
In order to donate you must be healthy — feel well and be able to perform normal activities.
If you have a chronic condition such as diabetes, healthy also means that you are being treated and the condition is under control.
You must be at least 17 years old and weigh at least 110 pounds.
Call today to make an appointment at 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit WWW.redcrossblood.org.
Ann (Naclerio) Taylor Lisewski, 100, of Wallingford, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, August 8, 2012. She was the wife of the late Harry P. Lisewski, and the daughter of the late Matthew and Josephine Carangelo Naclerio.
Ann is survived by her brother Frank Neclerio of Orange, CT and sisters Lucy DeNegre of Spring, TX, and Carmel Apuzzo of Orange, CT. She is also survived by Harry Lisewski, Jr., and his wife Carolyn, of Arkansas, as well as her dear cousin Carmel-Marie (Nicholas) Romano and her family including Linda Clark, David (Mary) Romano, Jim Clark, Stephanie (Carl) Carchia, and Julia Romano. In addition to her husband and parents, Ann is predeceased by her first husband, Arnold R. Taylor, her brothers Ralph, Thomas and Joseph Neclerio, and her sister Josephine Neclerio Gentile. Ann’s family would like to express their heartfelt thanks to her long-time caregiver, Loretta Umaru.
Ann was a parishioner of Our Lady of Fatima Church of Yalesville, a member of their Lady’s Guild and the New Haven Council of Women. While residing in Orange, she attended the Church of the Holy Infant, and was a member of the choir and treasurer of the Women’s Guild. She was also active in the CCD program, and taught at the Holy Infant Religious Center for many years.
Ann was a partner at the accounting firm of A.R. Taylor and Company and Acceptance Bureau, and president of the National Export Company.
Her family will receive relatives and friends in The Wallingford Funeral Home, 809 North Main St. Ext., Monday, August 13, from 9:15 a.m. until 10:15 a.m. when the funeral cortege will proceed to Our Lady of Fatima Church in Yalesville, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Interment will be in St. Lawrence Cemetery in West Haven. In lieu of flowers, gifts in her memory may be sent to the Meriden Humane Society, 311 Murdock Avenue, Meriden, CT. 06450