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Beverly Siefert
Beverly Siefert
Class of 1969
(Passed date unknown)
A wonderful person.
Bill Priebe
Bill Priebe
Class of 1978
Passed Oct 21, 1978
MERIDEN - William L. Priebe, 47, husband of Patricia (Kramarz) Priebe passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2008.

He was born Nov. 7, 1960 in Meriden, a son of the late Howard W. and Shirley (Hubball) Priebe. He attended local schools and graduated from Platt High School and from Middlesex Community College with an associate's degree in Business. He was previously employed with AT&T. Billy was a sports enthusiast, he was an avid runner, even running in the Boston Marathon several times. He was a diehard Red Sox fan and wouldn't miss a Cleaveland Browns or UConn Husky game.

He was a loving husband, father, son, brother and friend who will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

In addition to his wife, Patricia, he is survived by his four children, Erica, Alexandra, Zachary and Nicholas Priebe, all of Meriden; five sisters, Gayle Priebe, Marlene and her husband, James Bevacqua, Lynn and her husband, Richard Trombley, and Karen Mingrino, all of Meriden and Wendy and her husband, Richard Silverman of Middletown; and one brother, Howard Priebe of Meriden; he also leaves his nieces and nephews, Jeff Priebe, Amanda Trombley, Paul and Danny Mingrino and Olivia, Emma and Garrett Silverman.
Corey R Inman
corey r inman
Class of 2005
Passed Oct 26, 2005
We miss our loving angel
Dan Hunter
Dan Hunter
Class of 1978
Passed Oct 29, 2008
MERIDEN - Dan Michael Hunter, of Middletown, passed away peacefully with family at his side Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2008, at Hartford Hospital from injuries he sustained in a motorcycle accident. He was the loving husband of Jeriann Showerda Hunter, most recently celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary and loving father of son D.J. and daughter Chelsea.

He was born in Meriden, July 7, 1959, son of Vern A. and Barbara M. Hancock Hunter of Fort Myers Beach, Fla., and Clinton, and graduated from St. Joseph's School and Orville H. Platt High School in Meriden. He joined the family business in 1979, and was currently executive vice president and chief operations officer of Hunter's Ambulance Service, Inc., and president of Hunter Limousines Ltd. of Connecticut, Inc. Dan will forever be remembered as a devoted husband, father, son, brother, brother-in-law, godfather, uncle, cousin, and great friend. He treasured spending time with his family and friends and cherished his time attending DJ's and Chelsea's soccer games. He volunteered many years as a coach for youth baseball and youth soccer teams. His wife and children were his lifeblood. His pride for the talents and accomplishments of his children was always present in each and every part of the life he lived. His passionate work with children, exuberant community spirit and endearing concern for others are intricately woven into the fabric of the communities where he lived and worked and shall serve as the guiding principles of his legacy.

Dan was a parishioner of St. Joseph Church and the immediate past president of the Meriden Rotary Club, a member of and serving on several boards of directors including the American Ambulance Association, American Red Cross, Benjamin Franklin Elementary School Partnership, CT Police Chiefs Association, Meriden Boys & Girls Club, Meriden Chamber of Commerce and other local chambers, Meriden Elks Club, and MidState Medical Center Auxiliary. Dan served his community and corporation through his many years as a paramedic and most recently as a true industry leader and mentor. Dan has been recognized and has received numerous awards for his involvement and dedication to community events.

Besides his wife, children and parents, he is survived by his siblings, Dale Hunter of Meriden, David Hunter and wife, Janice of Cheshire, Dennis Hunter and wife, Darlene of Meriden, Diane Hunter-Kranich and husband, Jim of Durham, Donna Hunter of Meriden, Dana Moyer and husband, Rick of Meriden and Debra Robertson and husband, Keith of West Hartford; sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Carol and Cliff Carlson of Clinton and Michael and Kathleen Showerda of Meriden; and loving nieces, nephews, cousins, uncles, aunts, dear friends, and his extended family at Hunter's Ambulance and Limousine Service.
Daniel Hunter
Daniel Hunter
Class of 1978
Passed Oct 29, 2008
Dan Michael Hunter of Middletown passed away peacefully with family at his side Wednesday, October 29, 2008 at Hartford Hospital from injuries he sustained in a motorcycle accident. He was the loving husband of Jeriann Showerda Hunter most recently celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary and loving father of son D.J. and daughter Chelsea.

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David Allen Levitt
David Allen Levitt
Class of 1977
Passed Nov 11, 2013
David passed away in Fort Meyers Florida
He is survived by 3 children
Ashley, Nicholas and Marjorie
Surviving siblings Dean Andy and MaryBeth
Jonathan Gallucci
Jonathan Gallucci
Class of 1980
Passed Oct 05, 1980
As a student @ worcester Poly Tech , he passed away suddenly on October 51980.Up until no he is remembered in masses in St Thomas Church , Southington
Luigi (louis) De Stefano
Luigi (Louis) De Stefano
Class of 1965
Passed Oct 01, 2010
(no additional information)
Matthew J. Richardson
Matthew J. Richardson
Class of 1987
Passed Sep 03, 2008
Matt Richardson was a great classmate and friend. He just had the best smile. Matt left behind two children: Kailey and Joshua. The family requests in lieu of flowers donations be made to the Matthew Richard­son Children’s Fund, c/o Apple Valley Bank and Trust Co., 158 North Main St., Southington, CT 06489. For online condo­lences and directions please visit, www.dellavecchiafh.com.
Matt, we will miss you.
Michael Beaudry
Michael Beaudry
Class of 2007
Passed May 23, 2010
Michael was born on Aug. 10, 1989 in Meriden. He attended schools in Meriden and Little Rock, Ark. He graduated from Platt High School in 2007. He was currently attending Middlesex Community College. Since he was a young boy, his warm smile and the gift of making people laugh, would light up the room. His great sense of humor, compassion for others, and love of life will always be remembered. He especially loved spending time with his family. Mike played little league baseball throughout childhood. He was an enthusiastic Yankees fan, who also attended many games with his family. He enjoyed listening to music, the outdoors, and sharing these experiences with his family and friends.
Patrcia Marie Defelice Winslow
Patrcia Marie DeFelice Winslow
Class of 1986
Passed Jan 22, 2009
MERIDEN - Patricia Marie Winslow, 40, 41 Brookdale Road, wife of Jody J. Winslow went into the arms of the Lord on Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009, at Waterbury Hospital due to injuries sustained in a tragic automobile accident.

Born in New Haven on Sept. 24, 1968, she was the daughter of Anthony and Marie DeFelice of South Meriden and had resided in Meriden most of her life and graduated from Platt High School, class of 1987. She was always singing and dancing, and was affectionately called "Pat" by her parents. She was a parishioner of Holy Angels Church in South Meriden.

Besides her husband, she is survived by her two children, Brittney Marie Winslow and Eric Paul Winslow; two brothers, Anthony J. DeFelice and Joseph DeFelice, both of Meriden and mother-in-law, Jaclyn Winslow and her husband, Colman Varney of South Meriden. She was predeceased by her grandmother, Molly D'Andrea and grandfather, Joseph D'Andrea; and her husband's grandparents, Ceil and Paul Tino of Meriden.

Patricia was an amazing, loving, mother, daughter, sister and wife. She had a love for fashion and decorating, a passion for cooking which she shared with others to express her love for her family with her famous dinner parties and get-togethers. She enjoyed day trips and musicals in the city, and had an amazing voice. Patricia was given the gift of humor and loved to make everyone around her laugh, which she did extremely well. She could walk into a room and it would light up like no other. Two of her best qualities would be her modesty and grace. She was so special because she was always willing to go above and beyond what was asked of her. Always reaching out to help. Never looking for anything in return, and what made it so special is she had no idea how much she taught all those around her. Patricia was and always will be the rock of her family and will be missed greatly each and every day, but her legacy and life will never, ever, be forgotten and her family will one day be reunited with this beautiful angel someday soon. RIP Patricia.

The funeral will be held on Thursday, Jan. 29 at 10 a.m. at Holy Angels Church for a Mass of Christian burial. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery.
Friends may call at the John J. Ferry & Sons Funeral Home 88 East Main St., Meriden on Tuesday (TODAY) from 5 to 8 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, P.O. Box 2151, Memphis, TN 38101-2151 www.jferryfh.com
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..................MERIDEN - Patricia Winslow wasn't the type of person to draw attention to herself, but the former Brookdale Road resident is someone neighbors called a sweetheart and said always enjoyed life and had a smile on her face.

Winslow's husband, Jody Winslow, described her as "the rock of the family," and said life without her is going to be tough.

"She always had just a bright perspective on life," Jody Winslow said in a phone conversation Monday. "She was always so reassuring and just had this way about her where if the sun was shining, you'd believe it was because of her."

Winslow, 40, died Thursday from injuries suffered when the couple's Jeep was broadsided by a gas tanker truck while making a left hand turn at the intersection of Route 6 and Route 64 in Woodbury, state police said.

Jody Winslow, vice president of the Eastside Neighborhood Association, suffered several broken bones and minor injuries in the accident. He was released Sunday from Waterbury Hospital.

He said details of the day the accident happened are still hazy, but he said the moment has changed his life forever.
Patricia (defelice) Winslow
Patricia (DeFelice) Winslow
Class of 1987
Passed Jan 22, 2009
Patricia M. Winslow
MERIDEN - Patricia Marie Winslow, 40, of 41 Brookdale Road, wife of Jody J. Winslow went into the arms of the Lord on Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009, at Waterbury Hospital due to injuries sustained in a tragic automobile accident.

Born in New Haven on Sept. 24, 1968, she was the daughter of Anthony and Marie DeFelice of South Meriden and had resided in Meriden most of her life and graduated from Platt High School, class of 1987. She was always singing and dancing, and was affectionately called "Pat" by her parents. She was a parishioner of Holy Angels Church in South Meriden.

Besides her husband, she is survived by her two children, Brittney Marie Winslow and Eric Paul Winslow; two brothers, Anthony J. DeFelice and Joseph DeFelice, both of Meriden and mother-in-law, Jaclyn Winslow and her husband, Colman Varney of South Meriden. She was predeceased by her grandmother, Molly D'Andrea and grandfather, Joseph D'Andrea; and her husband's grandparents, Ceil and Paul Tino of Meriden.

Patricia was an amazing, loving, mother, daughter, sister and wife. She had a love for fashion and decorating, a passion for cooking which she shared with others to express her love for her family with her famous dinner parties and get-togethers. She enjoyed day trips and musicals in the city, and had an amazing voice. Patricia was given the gift of humor and loved to make everyone around her laugh, which she did extremely well. She could walk into a room and it would light up like no other. Two of her best qualities would be her modesty and grace. She was so special because she was always willing to go above and beyond what was asked of her. Always reaching out to help. Never looking for anything in return, and what made it so special is she had no idea how much she taught all those around her. Patricia was and always will be the rock of her family and will be missed greatly each and every day, but her legacy and life will never, ever, be forgotten and her family will one day be reunited with this beautiful angel someday soon. Rest in Peace Patti.
Terence Dingle
Terence Dingle
Class of 1989
Passed Sep 11, 2014
(no additional information)

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