Fondly known to us as Fuzzy , Barbara was the face of Student Affairs for many years at Fairfield. A frequent tennis partner, she showed us young folks a thing or two. Such fond memories of a wonderful woman.
Barbara and I had a wonderful 35 year friendship starting at Fairfield U. I will miss her smiling face and everything about her. She was a very special lady. My sincere condolences to her family.
Our sincere deepest sympathy to the Fazzone family. Sorry we couldn't make it to the service today. God Bless Barbara!
Love, Connie & Butch Bates
Barbara will be fondly remembered by all whow knew her. A good friend and co-worker at Fairfield University. Our deepest sincere condolences to her family & friends on the loss of such a fine, loving and genereous woman. We hope that all your happy memories bring comfort at this sad time.
We will miss her and our sincere thoughts to her family.
Marshall & Ginny Breiner
I knew Barbara in the late 70's and remember her as a kind, bright woman who was warm, funny, well-read and who enjoyed her nightly walk after dinner with Pat Senior. She was delightful to talk with about books, travel, or her beloved sons, Patrick and Jim. I send my sincere sympathy to Pat and Jim and each of your families at this sad time.
Barbara was so full of life and plans to travel with her friend Jane Ann. She was active member of AAUW Shoreline Branch and a participant in many discussion groups. There was always a smile on her face and a great enthusiasm for life.She will be dearly missed by all her AAUW friends.
My sympathy to Barbara's family, we docents at the Florence Griswold Museum will miss her warm and friendly personality. In sorrow,Charlotte Walters
I played tennis with Barbara for many years and she was such a delight to know and be around. Barbara always had a kind word to say about everyone. She will be missed by her many tennis friends around the area. Eda swanson Schmalz
Barbara was a much loved and appreciated volunteer at the ACT II Thrift Shop. We loved her way of interacting with shoppers, her commitment to our goals and her beautiful smile. We will miss her.
...from her many friends at ACT II
I had the privilege of volunteering with Barbara at the Florence Griswold Museum. She was a lovely lady. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends.
My Aunt Barbara was so many wonderful things -- fiercely devoted to all of her family, a generous and loving hostess, a passionate traveler and explorer of the world, a student of art in all of its forms. I'll always treasure the times we spent together.
My Aunt Barbara was a beautiful woman. Anyone could see that. But to know the extent of her beauty you needed to hear her laugh. Melodic, enthusiastic, and pure--I will remember Barb's laugh. And I'll keep her in my heart forever.
I only knew her since February of this year, but Barbara was a lovely, gracious, smart, kindhearted, and good person. She will sorely be missed by me and everybody whose lives she touched at Evergreen Woods. --Lauren Agnelli, Program Director