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Dr. George A. Florentine

Branford, Connecticut

Jun 19, 1926 – Nov 9, 2017 (Age 91)

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Florentine, Dr. George A.Dr. George Anthony Florentine passed away peacefully at home with his loving wife and family by his side on November 9, 2017. George, was born in Everett, Massachusetts on June 19, 1926, the son of Police Officer, Anthony, and Mabel Florentine. He was preceded in death by...

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Toni and our cousins

Just heard about George/Dad and are sending our deepest condolences. May he rest in peace.

George/Dad was a very accomplished man, war veteran and athlete. He had earned my respect at a very young age. It was always a pleasure to share time with him while we were in Branford. We also know that both his and your company (Toni) was enjoyed by our parents.

Our hearts and thoughts are with you all.

Tony and Sheri Rizzo

My deepest sympathy to the Florentine family. I remember Dr. Florentine and his wife fondly - he was our dentist for many years. He was a kind and gentle man admired by all that knew him.

Lorraine (FESTA) Roseman

To the Florentine family, Rick & Barbara, I just learned of your father's passing. My sincere condolences go out to all of you. Your dad was my orthodontist for several years and I always thought fondly of him. He was always so pleasant and friendly. After reading his obituary, I realize what a special person he was. His legacy lives on in all of you.

Toni and Family----My Marine Pal beat me to the Barn. I watched yesterday, a Documentary on Iwo Jima, thinking of George who served his entire War experiences on Guadalcanal. I have always said he was Indeed a Star Player for the Greatest Generation, and it was my pleasure to be called a friend. God Bless his Life and his wonderful Family.
BILL & LIZ GORMAN

DEAR TONI....I AM SO SORRY ABOUT DR. FLORENTINE. HE WAS MY DENTIST SINCE HE OPENED HIS OFFICE ON MAIN ST. IN THE ANNEX. I THINK THE LAST TIME I SAW THE BOTH OF YOU WAS AT THE BEACH HEAD IN EAST HAVEN A LONG WHILE AGO. I HOPE THAT YOU WILL REMEMBER ME. MY SYMPATHY TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. JANICE OBERLE