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Daly, Robert - Woodbridge  
Daly, Robert C. Robert C. Daly, beloved husband of the late Catherine Donahue Daly, father of daughters Ellie Daly of Manchester, N.H., and Cathy Daly of Cromwell, CT. sons Michael Daly of San Francisco, CA., Kenneth Daly of Milton, WA., Robert Daly, Jr. of Groton, CT. and Stephen Daly of Woodbridge, CT. and grandchildren Kyle Daly, Stephanie and Heather Ingraham and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by Sister Betty Pack and Brothers Kenneth Daly and William Daly. Born in Staten Island, N.Y. on June 30, 1922 son of the late W. Kenneth and Marion (Kinlock) Daly. be was a graduate of Columbia High School, South Orange, NJ. and Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. with graduate studies at Butler University, New York University, Bridgeport University and the Cambridge Institute of management Education. He served as a First LT. in the U.S. Air Force as a Navigator during World War 11. Mr. Daly worked for the Anaconda Company in New York City, traveling to all mining operations in the U.S., Mexico, Chile, and Canada. He also worked for Anaconda's Subsidiary Anaconda Wire and Cable Company in Hastings on Hudson N.Y. and Muskegon, MI. In 1952 Mr. Daly transferred to the Anaconda American Brass Company in Ansonia, CT. He became the Administrative Manager and Chief Accountant while working in Ansonia. Mr. Daly also traveled to Rio De Janeiro, Brazil and Mexico City to advise on management and accounting matters. In Ansonia, Mr. Daly was President of the Board of Apportionment and Taxation, City Pension Board Chairman, Corporator of the Griffin Hospital, Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce, and Board of Director of the Housatonic Council of the BSA. Member of the American Legion and the Knights of Columbus. He was the first president of the Assumption Nacturnal Adoration Society and a CCD Member. In 1969 he was transferred to Anaconda Canada Limited in Toronto, Ontario as secretary and Treasurer, living in Oakville, Ontario. He became a member of the Board of Directors of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, the Financial executive Institute, the Toronto Board of trade, the Oakville Golf Club, the Anaconda Veterans Organization and a Director of the American CWB of Toronto. Mr. Daly was transferred back to Waterbury, CT. in 1976 where he worked until his retirement a few years later. Mr. and Mrs. Daly wintered in Naples, FL. Since 1994. He has been active in Church activities and ministries at all locations. Funeral Services will be held on Thursday at 9:45am at the John T. Bennett Funeral Home 91 N. Cliff St. Ansonia followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30am in the Assumption Church in Woodbridge. Burial will be in Mt. St. Peters Cemetery in Derby. Calling Hours will be on Wednesday from 4-7p.m.ln lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Assumption Church in Woodbridge or a charity of your choice in care of the Funeral Home.
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Published in Connecticut Post on May 26, 2015
Dickenson, Alexandra - Woodbury  
Dickenson, Alexandra Trehubenko. Alexandra T. Dickenson (Sasha), age 90, died peacefully at Danbury Hospital on Saturday, May 23, 2015 from complications of cardiac and kidney failure. Her daughter, Helena Dickenson Pyne and son-in-law Michael Pyne were by her side. Sasha was born on May 25, 1924 in Stamford, daughter of the late Victor and Helen (Yablonsky) Trehubenko. She was the devoted wife to the late Kenneth G. Dickenson, born in Warrington, England. A graduate of Stamford High School, Danbury State Teachers College (Western CT State University), and an alumni of Teachers College, Columbia University. Sasha was a home bound teacher of physically challenged students in Stamford. Upon her move to Trumbull, she became a mother, homemaker, and office manager for her husband's automotive business. She later was office manager for three Fairfield County auto dealerships. Before retiring, she was a librarian at the Fairchild Memorial Library in Trumbull. Sasha later resided in Stratford, Woodbury, and for the past four years at River Glen Health Care Center in Southbury. A gourmet cook, Sasha enjoyed chairing church suppers and religious and social events for the Nichols and Woodbury United Methodist Churches and the Nichols Improvement Association. She was responsible for bringing Christmas Eve luminarias to the Nichols community, beginning in the mid 1970's at the Nichols United Methodist Church, and then to the Nichols Improvement Association who sold kits to the community where thousands of luminarias have been a tradition for 40 years. The tradition spread to Woodbury and many other towns which she was very proud of. In recent years, Sasha rediscovered her passion for writing and sent many well written letters to the editor of the Republican American newspaper who were kind to publish all her submissions. Many thanks to all the professionals who lovingly cared for her during her recent years. Sasha was also predeceased by her brother, Victor Trehubenko Jr., and sisters Anastasia Berdy and Sophie Trehubenko. She is survived by her daughter, Helena and husband Michael Pyne of Norwood, MA, her niece Victoria (Trehubenko) Shantz and husband Tom Shantz of New Fairfield, granddaughter Emilie (Pyne) Knisley, her husband, Matthew Knisley, and two great grandchildren, Griffin and Isaac Knisley, of Groton, VT, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Friends may call at the Adzima Funeral Home, Paradise Green in Stratford on Thursday, May 28, from 5 - 8pm. Additional calling time from 9:30 - 10am on Friday, May 29, which will then proceed to the interment at Nichols Farms Burial Ground, Cemetery Road, Trumbull. A memorial service will follow at the Woodbury United Methodist Church, on Church Street at 12 noon. Donations may be made to the American Heart Association. For more information or to make an online condolence please visit www.adzimafuneralhome.com
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Published in Connecticut Post on May 27, 2015
DiDonato, Theodore - Ansonia  
DiDonato, Theodore N. Theodore N. "Bud" DiDonato, 78, of Ansonia, entered into eternal rest on May 25, 2015, at Bridgeport Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Helene S. Quinn DiDonato. Ted was born in Ansonia on Oct. 9, 1936, son of the late Theodore and Julia Sabetta DiDonato. A lifelong resident of Ansonia, he was the former owner of Hillcrest Fuel in Ansonia and proudly served the community for over 60 years, until he turned the reigns over to his son Matthew. He served in the U.S. National Guard and enjoyed fishing, golfing and traveling to Maine and Cape Cod. In addition to his wife Helene, he is survived by sons, Theodore N. DiDonato of Ansonia and Matthew DiDonato (Carole) of Orange, cherished grandchildren, Peter J. DiDonato and Sandra J. DiDonato of Orange and Julia D. DiDonato of Ansonia, sisters, Arlene Varsane and Marie Tinari of FL and several nieces and nephews. Friends may greet the family on Thursday May 28, 2015, from 5-7 pm in the chapel of the SPINELLI-RICCIUTI/BEDNAR-OSIECKI FUNERAL HOME, 62 Beaver Street in Ansonia. At 7:00 pm, a funeral service in celebration of Bud's life will take place with Deacon Richard Renker officiating. Interment will be private in Cape Cod. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, 2075 Silas Deane Highway, Rocky Hill, CT 06067 or at www.alz.org/ct/ or through the funeral home. To send an act of sympathy, please visit www.spinelliricciutifh.com .
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Published in Connecticut Post on May 27, 2015
Duzak, Matthew - Stratford  
Duzak, Matthew A.. Matthew A. Duzak, age 31, of Stratford, passed away on Sunday, May 31, 2015 in his home. Matt, a mover for Connecticut Piano Restoration was born in Bridgeport to Joseph and Susanne Molnar Duzak, and has been a life long area resident. He attended Platt Technical High School where he was a member of the Basketball and Baseball teams, and was a 2002 graduate of Bunnell High School. He was an avid fan of the New York Yankees, Giants and Knicks, and enjoyed playing with kids and spending time with his family. Survivors in addition to his beloved parents include his brother, Michael Duzak, maternal grandmother, Pauline Molnar, aunts and uncles, Michael and Jane Duzak, Catherine Casella, Gary and Lori Molnar, Jane and Albert Brown, Mark and Joanne Molnar, Thomas and Katherine Molnar and Deborah and Robert Crossman, and several cousins. Matt was pre-deceased by his paternal grandparents, Michael and Leona Duzak, and maternal grandfather, Eugene Molnar. Friends may greet his family on Wednesday from 4-7 p.m. in the Adzima Funeral Home 50 Paradise Green Place Stratford. A prayer service will be held at 6:30 p.m. Interment will be private. For more information or to make an online condolence please visit www.adzimafuneralhome.com
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Published in Connecticut Post on June 2, 2015
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