Margo Jean Inglese Bieber
1939 - 2018
Inglese Bieber, Margo Jean
Margo Jean Inglese Bieber, 79, passed away on October 18, 2018 at the Connecticut Hospice, Branford, CT after an extended illness, surrounded by her family.
She was born March 6, 1939.
She is survived by her immediate family—a son, Christopher Paul Bieber of Winlaw, BC, Canada, a daughter, Rachel Ellen Bieber, Portland, OR, and her former husband and life long friend, Kenneth Bieber, Atlanta, GA. She is predeceased by her sister, Madeline, and her parents, Paul Inglese and Margaret Laing Iaccarino.
She received a Diploma in Nursing from Middlesex Memorial Hospital (1961), a Bachelor of Science Degree from Southern Connecticut University (1971), and a Master of Public Health Degree from Yale University School of Medicine (1979).
A nurse executive, educator and psychotherapist, she held clinical positions at St. Luke's Hospital (New Bedford, MA), Rhode Island Hospital, the Connecticut Mental Health Center, and Connecticut Valley Hospital. She held faculty appointments at Brown University and Quinnipiac University.
Much loved by her extended family, many friends and colleagues, and by her long term companion and care giver, Felix Padin, she will be sorely missed.
In keeping with Margo's wishes, there will be no calling hours. A Memorial Mass will be held later at the convenience of the family.
Published by The New Haven Register on Oct. 20, 2018.
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I am sorry to read, belatedly, of Margo's death. She was an important adult in my life when I was a teenager trying to figure out who I was! We would have long conversations. I also remember going with her to New Haven so she could deliver something to her father. I babysat for Chris and remember when Rachel was born. I really valued Margo's presence in my life in those years. May she rest in peace.
Meg Boxwell Williams
January 9, 2019
Margo was my first cousin. My Father (Donald) was Aunt Margaret' s brother. Both he and my mother adored her. She was kind, accomplished and fun loving. I remember her presence at my wedding, as well as Ken's amazing blessing during the ceremony. She was one of a kind!Love,Cousin Ellen Buda
Ellen Buda
October 20, 2018
I was a Godchild of Margo. She confirmed me. Margo was involved with my family and was a wonderful person. I vaguely remember her dad, Paul! She used to take me to dance lessons and babysat for me in her house on Clay Street!I'm so very sorry of her passing! She was always a friend and will always be in my heart!
Karyn Rapuano
October 20, 2018
I am very sorry to hear about Margos passing.
Dan Weinstein
October 20, 2018
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