Nancy B. Carabillo
died Thursday, (June 7, 2001). She was born in Valley Stream, NY and lived in Hartford from the time of her marriage in June, 1951 until May, 1963 when she and her husband, Edward, moved to Darien. Nancy was a nurse for many years and retired from working at St. Joseph's Hospital in Stamford. Most recently, she worked with the School Sisters at Notre Dame in Wilton, and especially loved working with the Sisters there. She spent many summers at the beach in Misquamicut, and truly enjoyed being there with her family and friends. In addition to her devoted husband, Edward, of nearly 50 years, Nancy is survived by her three daughters, Caroline Wall and her husband, William, and their four sons, Brian, Peter, Timothy, and Kevin of Wallingford; Henrica Holden and her husband, Aaron, and their two sons, Nicholas and Christopher, of Granby, and Antonia Carabillo and her husband, Richard Conti of Manchester. In addition, she is survived by her brother, Richard Berry of Fredericksburg, VA and many loving nieces, nephews, and friends. Nancy was predeceased by a grandson, Daniel Conti. There are no calling hours. There will be a memorial Mass at St. Thomas More Church, 374 Middlesex Rd., Darien, at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, June 13. A funeral Mass will be held Thursday, June 21 at 11 a.m. at St. Justin's Church, 230 Blue Hills Ave, Hartford, with Bishop Paul Loverde officiating. Burial at Mt. St. Benedict Cemetery, Bloomfield. In lieu of flowers, Nancy specifically requested that donations be sent, in her name, to either the ALS Association, Connecticut Chapter, 125 Main St, Westport, CT 06880, or Connecticut Hospice, Inc. 100 Double Beach Rd., Branford, CT 06405, for all the help and kindness these organizations provided to Nancy and her family during her illness. The D'Esopo Funeral Chapel, 277 Folly Brook Blvd., Wethersfield is in charge of arrangements.
Published by Hartford Courant from Jun. 10 to Jun. 11, 2001.
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