Nancy Cassella

New Haven, Connecticut

1923 - 2020


New Haven, Connecticut


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Cassella, NancyNancy Ann (Nuzzo) Cassella – born in New Haven, Connecticut on November 27, 1923. Passed March 19, 2020How do you even begin to write about the life of a woman who gave so much to so many About a woman whose surviving husband (Ernest) of 72 years used so many beautiful adjectives...

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Maggie, I am so sorry for your tremendous loss -
I'm thinking of you.

Dear Ernie,
We are here in Naples, Florida, and they cancelled our return flight home because of the Corona Virus. We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Nancy. Our prayers are with you during this difficult time. I hope when I return that I can see you. Nancy was a great person with a loving family, and the community lost a wonderful caring person.
Joe and Cally Angeletti

Paul, I am so sorry to learn the passing of your mom. She was an awesome woman. I have many fond memories of her. My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family. May she Rest in Peace.
Marie Natalino

Rest in peace, Nancy. My sincere condolences to her family and friends.
Carol Kirby (Retired)
Valley Chapter ARC

It was with sadness that we heard about the passing of Nancy. She and her family were long time friends of the Petrillo family, and had always been in our lives and our parents',
Bob and Mary, since before we were born. She was vivacious, funny, smart and always went out of her way to show interest in other people's lives. Our condolences to Ernie and the entire Cassella family. We are sure she will be missed. May she rest in peace.
Bob, Bill, Rich, Susan and Tim

sending condolences and blessing to the Ernie Cassella and family from Gloria L. Williams

To Ernie and family,

My deepest condolences on the passing of your loved one, Nancy.

Please know that you and your family will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers.

Stay safe,

John Vigliotti

Nancy selling the hats she knitted for charity at Atria Larson Place. She will be missed.

Nancy was and is all about giving joy. Let's each let some of that rub off on us today and spread her joy.