Verna Anne Bouchard

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Verna Anne Bouchard

Verna Anne Bouchard, 69, of Bristol, died peacefully in her home Saturday morning, April 28, 2012, surrounded by her family. She was the wife of Lester G. “Butch” Bouchard. View Full Information ? Verna Anne Bouchard

Edward J. “Junie” Zang

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Edward J. “Junie” Zang

Edward J. “Junie” Zang, 84, of Bristol, died on Saturday (April 28, 2012) at The Pines at Bristol. Junie was born on March 17, 1928, in Bristol and was one of six children of the late Edward F. Zang and

Louis A. Tromboni

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Louis A. Tromboni

 Louis A. Tromboni, 93, passed away peacefully on Friday April 27, 2012, at his home. He was predeceased by his first wife Teresa (Cacase) Tromboni as well as his second wife Eleanor (Rund) Tromboni. View Full Information ? Louis A.

Mary Nolte Akerley

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Mary Nolte Akerley

Mary Nolte Akerley, 74, of Riverside Street, Southington, passed away after a long illness peacefully, surrounded by her family at her home on Wednesday, April 25, 2012. She was the wife of Roger Akerley. Mary was born in Springfield, Ohio,

Barbara Jean (Bartley) Potter

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Barbara Jean (Bartley) Potter

Barbara Jean (Bartley) Potter, 83, of Plainville, passed away surrounded by her loving family Wednesday, April 25, 2012, at her home. She was the widow of Edwin Robert Potter. View Full Information ? Barbara Jean (Bartley) Potter

Mary M. (Masocco) Valentino

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Mary M. (Masocco) Valentino

Mary M. (Masocco) Valentino, 98, of Bristol, widow of Leonard O. Valentino Sr., died on Thursday, April 26, 2011, at Bristol Hospital. Mary was born in Pittsfield, Mass., on Jan. 15, 1914, and was the oldest of 11 children of

Henry J. “Hank” Santos Jr.

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Henry J. “Hank” Santos Jr.

Henry J. “Hank” Santos Jr., 50, formerly of Waterbury, entered Heaven’s gates shortly after an unforgettable time of praise and worship, surrounded by his family at the Apple Rehabilitation Center of Farmington Valley in Plainville after a courageous battle with