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John Forino
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Barbara Johnson
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D: 2018-11-14
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David Nettleton
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Tomasa Soto
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Lisa Mitchell
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B: 1924-04-13
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Georgena "Jean" Burns
B: 1928-06-27
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B: 1925-01-30
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B: 1940-08-25
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Sarah Neal
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Francis "Frank" Ward
B: 1937-01-12
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Ward, Francis "Frank"
Raffaele D'Agostino
B: 1951-05-23
D: 2018-10-21
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Samuel Tirado
B: 1927-07-01
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James Breeney
B: 1931-10-23
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Dale Bradshaw
B: 1939-04-19
D: 2018-10-20
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Elsbeth Morin
B: 1924-12-23
D: 2018-10-19
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Alfred Santos
B: 1938-10-24
D: 2018-10-19
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Santos, Alfred

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Phyllis Steel Phyllis Steel
In Memory of
Phyllis
Steel
1919 - 2018
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Condolence From: Margie Smith
Condolence: I became friends with Phyllis through her volunteer work at Long Meadow school. Thursday's were always special because we got to chat, but not too much because she had projects to finish. It was my pleasure to be able to visit and stay in touch through the years. She was so caring and lovely, and I will miss her very much. She added so much to.my.life and I'm grateful to have been.her friend..
Wednesday May 09, 2018
Condolence From: Rick Lorton
Condolence: Dear Lynn, Pam, and Scott,
Pleased to see that your mother lived a long, hopefully, healthy life. I often think of our childhood and how generous and uncomplaining your parents were to allow my friends and I
to visit the swing set at our leisure; and it was often. It is still there, by the way. Hope you are faring well, good neighbors.
In Christ,
Rick
Wednesday May 09, 2018
Condolence From: Joan Chain
Condolence: Phyllis was like another Mom to me. Though we met later in life, she was that person with a great heart, and, always ready with hugs and kisses.
She was my inspiration for so many things-reading, baking, and, enjoying concerts with Andre Rieu. Also, enjoying the sweets of life. (Will never lose sight of the recipe for Grandma Gerner's hazelnut cookies.)
Truly enjoyed the times we spent together, whether at lunch, or strawberry picking, of just taking the time to talk, and, keep each other updated. Will miss her dearly. Joan Chain
Wednesday May 02, 2018
Condolence From: Rev. J. Richard Fowler
Condolence: Oh, Mrs. Steel! My Bunker Hill School kindergarten teacher (1955-56)! She was so patient with me, although I've never fully forgiven her for not allowing me to play the bass drum when we marched around in class. Maybe she knew something about early childhood pedagogy that I didn't know! Years later, when I became her paperboy, and Scott and I were friends, I loved to visit with her family. I remember her as an impeccable homemaker, a devoted wife and mother, and possessing an oh-so-memorable laugh. Early childhood development is a noble calling indeed, one which is fraught with joys, sorrows, and frustrations as well as triumphs... and she made a difference in so many young and impressionable minds. Why, and how? Because she was kind, and wise, and positive. I know she made a difference in my life, and I am grateful for these memories. My heart is with you at this time. (BTW... she knew me as "Ricky", as did you.)
Wednesday May 02, 2018
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