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Carnaroli, Concettina Concettina Carnaroli, 91, passed away peacefully early Monday morning at Mystic Health and Rehabilitation, where she resided for the last year. Born June 16, 1922, in Palazzolo Acveide, Italy in the Province of Syracuse, Sicily to Sebastian and Marie (Bologna) Amatore. She grew up in Middletown, CT where she met her husband, Vincent J. Carnaroli. They were happily married nearly 60 years and resided in Cromwell. Connie was pre-deceased by her husband Vincent, sister Josie Morello, and brother Paul Amatore, and is survived by a son, Vincent M. Carnaroli and his wife Stephanie; her granddaughter Shannon Carnaroli and two great grandchildren, Angelina and Dominic; niece Doreen Nichisti and family; nephew Louis Sevia; brother-in-law John Carnaroli and his wife Shirley; sister-in-law Laura Amatore; and close cousin Nancy Gervais and family. Connie will be remembered for the meticulous care she took of her home: delicious pies, especially pumpkin and blueberry, Sunday dinners of ziti with meatballs and sausage, and her dedication to her husband, sister, and mother during their illnesses. Shortly after her husband passed, Connie received great joy at the birth of Angelina, who lit up her life. She received much enjoyment spending time with her son, occasional card games with Movy Damiata and family, visits from family and all the young children and new editions to the Snyder family. Thank you to all the staff, especially the nurses and CNA’s at Mystic Health and Rehabilitation for your kindness and patience given to Connie. A Catholic funeral Mass will be offered, for Connie, at St. John Church in Cromwell on March 1st at 10:00 A.M. Burial will be held in the State Veteran’s Cemetery in Middletown. D’Angelo Funeral Home, 22 South Main St. in Middletown is in charge of arrangements.
Published in middletownpress on Feb. 28, 2014
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