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Abriola and Kelemen Funeral Home

2611 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06615
(203) 375-7881
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Adzima Funeral Home Inc

50 Paradise Green Place
Stratford, CT 06614
(203) 375-2200
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Articulated Crane Service

544 Surf Avenue
Stratford, CT 06615
(203) 375-7375
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Bridgeport Burial Vault CO

544 Surf Avenue
Stratford, CT 06615
(203) 375-7375
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Dennis and D Arcy Funeral Home

2611 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06615
(203) 375-0798
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Galello Luchansky Funeral Home

2220 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06615
(203) 378-6097
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Mc Donald William R Funeral Home

2591 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06615
(203) 378-0758
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Pistey Charles T and Sons Funeral Home

2155 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06615
(203) 378-2213
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Pistey Funeral Home Pistey Raymond F

2155 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06615
(203) 378-8284
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St John's Cemetery

2610 Nichols Avenue
Stratford, CT 06614
(203) 375-4410
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St Michael's Cemetery

2205 Stratford Avenue
Stratford, CT 06615
(203) 378-0404
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Union Cemetery Association

23 Temple Court
Stratford, CT 06615
(203) 375-4932
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Obituary: Marlene (Golias) Duda, 64, of Stratford - Patch.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

Pistey Funeral HomeMarlene (Golias) Duda, 64, of Stratford, beloved wife of William H. Duda, died on Friday, February 17, 2017 at her home. Mrs. Duda was born in Bridgeport to Anna and Joseph Golias. She was a graduate of Saints Cyril and Methodius School and Bunnell High School, Class of 1970.Marlene had worked as an executive secretary and General Electric corporate headquarters and Textron-Lycoming. Marlene was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. Her grandsons were the sunshine of her life. Marlene loved flowers, butterflies and angels. She enjoyed watching horror movies, much to her husband's chagrin.In addition to her husband, she is survived by her loving daughter, Rebecca Johnson and her husband, David, of Meriden; two cherished grandsons, Ryan and Evan; one brother, John Golias and his wife, Brenda, of FL; her mother-in-law, Lillian Duda, of Stratford; and nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her beloved grandson, Sean William Johnson.Friends are invited to attend the funeral on Wednesday, February 22, 2017...

Popular high school coach and firefighter dies suddenly - CT Post

Monday, January 16, 2017

Photo: Christian Abraham / Christian Abraham Image 1of/5CaptionCloseImage 1 of 5Black bunting, at left, drapes the front of the Stratford Fire Department on Main Street in Stratford, Conn. on Tuesday Dec. 27, 2016. Stratford firefighter Jason "Jay" Carrafiello died suddenly at 38. Carrafiello, ?was an outstanding firefighter and was held in high regard by all of the officers and firefighters,?? Chief Robert McGrath said. lessBlack bunting, at left, drapes the front of the Stratford Fire Department on Main Street in Stratford, Conn. on Tuesday Dec. 27, 2016. Stratford firefighter Jason "Jay" Carrafiello died suddenly at 38. ... morePhoto: Christian Abraham / Christian AbrahamImage 2 of 5Firefighter Jimmy Becker washes a fire truck out in front of the Stratford Fire Department on Main Street in Stratford, Conn. on Tuesday Dec. 27, 2016. Fellow firefighter Jason "Jay" Carrafiello died suddenly at 38. Carrafiello, ?was an outstanding firefighter and was held in high regard by all of the officers and firefighters,?? Chief Robert McGrath said. lessFirefighter Jimmy Becker washes a fire truck out in front of the Strat...

Eight-year-old girl's death on New Year's Eve under investigation in Camden County - Philly.com

Monday, January 09, 2017

Authorities are investigating an 8-year-old girl's death on New Year's Eve in Stratford, Camden County. SlideshowAdvertismentA sibling of Sailor Lane Righter called 911 about 1:50 p.m. from their home along Union Avenue in Stratford, saying his "baby sister" was unresponsive."We need help now," he told a dispatcher, according to a recording of the call provided by Camden County officials. The sibling did not give the dispatcher his name."My mom just went upstairs and found her, and she told me to call 911," he said. "She's not breathing."What caused Sailor's death was not revealed in the call, and the Camden County Prosecutor's Office declined to release the cause Wednesday.The prosecutor's office is leading the investigation and said no one has been charged.A short statement from the office said an 8-year-old girl was taken to Kennedy Hospital in Stratford, where she was pronounced dead at 2:15 p.m. An obituary and neighbors identified the girl as Sailor Righter.The prosecutor's office said: "Only family members were present at the time of the incident, ruling...

Richard Adams, best-selling British author of 'Watership Down,' dies at 96 - Washington Post

Monday, January 02, 2017

People magazine.His writing career happened almost by chance. Mr. Adams had children late in life and liked to entertain them with stories. In 1966, driving from London to Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace, he began ­telling them about two rabbits named Fiver and Hazel who ­traveled to the real-life Watership Down, five miles from his ­childhood home.Two weeks later, when he had finished his improvised tale, his daughters urged him to write it down. He completed the book over the next two years.His next novel, “Shardik” (1974), a religious epic about a bear worshiped as a god, met with mixed reviews and some ­befuddlement for going so far afield from the green grass and warrens where Mr. Adams had made his name.Critics panned its characters as stilted and one-dimensional, but Mr. Adams considered it his finest work and quit the civil service to write full time after its release. He took his library, family and money to the Isle of Man, a British Crown dependency, to escape higher English taxes.His apparent disdain for ­negative reviews was tested by his later novels.“The Plague Dogs” (1977) chronicled the escape of two dogs from an experimental laboratory in England’s Lake District. The book presaged his turbulent two-year term as president of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, from which he resigned in 1982 because, he told the London Independent, the leaders “seemed to be more concerned with each other than with the animals.”“The Girl in a Swing” (1980) and “Maia” (1985) were erotic love stories concerned with female sexuality. The books ­coincided with the transition of Mr. Adams’s public image from children’s writer and animal ­advocate to an elderly man with, in his words, “a pretty erotic ­disposition.”Survivors include his wife, ­Barbara Acland, whom he married in 1949, and two daughters, Juliet Johnson and Rosamond Mahony; six grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.For the past three decades of his life, Mr. Adams lived in the small town of Whitchurch, in southern Hampshire. His private library was considered one of England’s finest, with works that included a second folio of ­Shakespeare and a Bible that had belonged to King Charles II...

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Obituary: Marlene (Golias) Duda, 64, of Stratford - Patch.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

Pistey Funeral HomeMarlene (Golias) Duda, 64, of Stratford, beloved wife of William H. Duda, died on Friday, February 17, 2017 at her home. Mrs. Duda was born in Bridgeport to Anna and Joseph Golias. She was a graduate of Saints Cyril and Methodius School and Bunnell High School, Class of 1970.Marlene had worked as an executive secretary and General Electric corporate headquarters and Textron-Lycoming. Marlene was a loving wife, mother and grandmother. Her grandsons were the sunshine of her life. Marlene loved flowers, butterflies and angels. She enjoyed watching horror movies, much to her husband's chagrin.In addition to her husband, she is survived by her loving daughter, Rebecca Johnson and her husband, David, of Meriden; two cherished grandsons, Ryan and Evan; one brother, John Golias and his wife, Brenda, of FL; her mother-in-law, Lillian Duda, of Stratford; and nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her beloved grandson, Sean William Johnson.Friends are invited to attend the funeral on Wednesday, February 22, 2017...

Popular high school coach and firefighter dies suddenly - CT Post

Monday, January 16, 2017

Photo: Christian Abraham / Christian Abraham Image 1of/5CaptionCloseImage 1 of 5Black bunting, at left, drapes the front of the Stratford Fire Department on Main Street in Stratford, Conn. on Tuesday Dec. 27, 2016. Stratford firefighter Jason "Jay" Carrafiello died suddenly at 38. Carrafiello, ?was an outstanding firefighter and was held in high regard by all of the officers and firefighters,?? Chief Robert McGrath said. lessBlack bunting, at left, drapes the front of the Stratford Fire Department on Main Street in Stratford, Conn. on Tuesday Dec. 27, 2016. Stratford firefighter Jason "Jay" Carrafiello died suddenly at 38. ... morePhoto: Christian Abraham / Christian AbrahamImage 2 of 5Firefighter Jimmy Becker washes a fire truck out in front of the Stratford Fire Department on Main Street in Stratford, Conn. on Tuesday Dec. 27, 2016. Fellow firefighter Jason "Jay" Carrafiello died suddenly at 38. Carrafiello, ?was an outstanding firefighter and was held in high regard by all of the officers and firefighters,?? Chief Robert McGrath said. lessFirefighter Jimmy Becker washes a fire truck out in front of the Strat...

Eight-year-old girl's death on New Year's Eve under investigation in Camden County - Philly.com

Monday, January 09, 2017

Authorities are investigating an 8-year-old girl's death on New Year's Eve in Stratford, Camden County. SlideshowAdvertismentA sibling of Sailor Lane Righter called 911 about 1:50 p.m. from their home along Union Avenue in Stratford, saying his "baby sister" was unresponsive."We need help now," he told a dispatcher, according to a recording of the call provided by Camden County officials. The sibling did not give the dispatcher his name."My mom just went upstairs and found her, and she told me to call 911," he said. "She's not breathing."What caused Sailor's death was not revealed in the call, and the Camden County Prosecutor's Office declined to release the cause Wednesday.The prosecutor's office is leading the investigation and said no one has been charged.A short statement from the office said an 8-year-old girl was taken to Kennedy Hospital in Stratford, where she was pronounced dead at 2:15 p.m. An obituary and neighbors identified the girl as Sailor Righter.The prosecutor's office said: "Only family members were present at the time of the incident, ruling...

Richard Adams, best-selling British author of 'Watership Down,' dies at 96 - Washington Post

Monday, January 02, 2017

People magazine.His writing career happened almost by chance. Mr. Adams had children late in life and liked to entertain them with stories. In 1966, driving from London to Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace, he began ­telling them about two rabbits named Fiver and Hazel who ­traveled to the real-life Watership Down, five miles from his ­childhood home.Two weeks later, when he had finished his improvised tale, his daughters urged him to write it down. He completed the book over the next two years.His next novel, “Shardik” (1974), a religious epic about a bear worshiped as a god, met with mixed reviews and some ­befuddlement for going so far afield from the green grass and warrens where Mr. Adams had made his name.Critics panned its characters as stilted and one-dimensional, but Mr. Adams considered it his finest work and quit the civil service to write full time after its release. He took his library, family and money to the Isle of Man, a British Crown dependency, to escape higher English taxes.His apparent disdain for ­negative reviews was tested by his later novels.“The Plague Dogs” (1977) chronicled the escape of two dogs from an experimental laboratory in England’s Lake District. The book presaged his turbulent two-year term as president of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, from which he resigned in 1982 because, he told the London Independent, the leaders “seemed to be more concerned with each other than with the animals.”“The Girl in a Swing” (1980) and “Maia” (1985) were erotic love stories concerned with female sexuality. The books ­coincided with the transition of Mr. Adams’s public image from children’s writer and animal ­advocate to an elderly man with, in his words, “a pretty erotic ­disposition.”Survivors include his wife, ­Barbara Acland, whom he married in 1949, and two daughters, Juliet Johnson and Rosamond Mahony; six grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter.For the past three decades of his life, Mr. Adams lived in the small town of Whitchurch, in southern Hampshire. His private library was considered one of England’s finest, with works that included a second folio of ­Shakespeare and a Bible that had belonged to King Charles II...