Joseph V. Clausi, 86, of Portland, CT passed away on November 16th, 2020. He was born in Bergenfield, NJ and had lived in Portland for the last 55 years. He is survived by Pat, his wife of 62 years; three children and their spouses: Carol Karnilowicz and husband Thomas of Newington, Joseph Clausi and wife Sheila of Port Charlotte, FL, Thomas Clausi and wife Carrie of East Hampton, former daughter-in-law Janet Clausi of Englewood, FL; seven grandchildren: Jeffrey, Susan, Samantha, Erin, Olivia, Emily, and Julie; six great-grandchildren: Jaxson, Anna, Henry, Claire, Eleanor, and Chloe; a sister, Patricia Sargent and her husband Robert. He was predeceased by a brother, Thomas Clausi.
A private memorial service will be held at a later date. Donations may be made in Joe’s name to the New England Chamber Choir, P.O. Box 674, Durham, CT, 06422.
Todd Earl Weber, 45 of East Hampton, CT passed away Monday, November 30th at Middlesex Hospital after a courageous battle with Covid-19. The world has lost an amazing man and heaven has gained a beautiful soul. Born November 12th, 1975 to Becky Weber of Portland, CT and Bruce Morin of East Hartford, CT. Loyal loving husband and best friend to his wife of 17 years, Amy McLean Weber of East Hampton, CT. Son to his adored mother, Becky Weber, in which their unbreakable bond of mother and son will live on forever. He is survived by his sister Tracey & her husband John Heller, niece Eillie and nephew Nolan of Portland, CT, Mother-in-law Bonnie McLean, Father-in-law Robert McLean, Sister-in-law the late Kelly McLean all of East Hampton, CT. Todd is also survived by his Aunt Charlotte Smith, Cousin Ashley and husband Scott Tobey and 2 children Isla and Lillian. Todd's childhood began in East Hartford, CT alongside his beloved Grandparents, the late Earl & Nancy Smith. After moving to Portland at age 5, Todd went on to graduate from Portland High School in 1994 and completed an Associates Degree at New England Institute of Technology to which he began a successful 20 year career in Security Integration. Todd was extremely dedicated and ambitious in his career aspirations landing him as a Vice President of Operations with Setronics Corporation. When it came to family and friends, there wasn’t anything Todd wouldn’t do. His magnetic personality, infectious laugh and love of life attracted so many to him- fondly known as Web, Web Dog, Webbie, Uncle Web or Uncle Todd. To know Todd was to know that he was the ultimate jokester and self proclaimed comedian. He loved and adored his beautiful labrador retrievers, Bruschi and Bailey. Todd grew up as an accomplished athlete playing soccer, basketball and baseball which led him into coaching Little League. He also played with the OWLS Golf League, Men’s Softball League and would never miss a New England Patriots or Boston Red Sox game. Beyond sports, Todd enjoyed live music events, tailgating, frequent family gatherings and any excuse to get together with friends. His lasting impression will remain in our lives & forever in our hearts. Friends may call at the Portland Memorial Funeral Home at 231 Main St. Portland on Friday (December 4th) from 4-7 pm. Funeral services and burial will be private. In lieu of flowers please donate online to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Vincent Sebastian Nanfito lll, 55, of New Britain Connecticut, passed away peacefully at home on Saturday November 7, 2020 after a long courageous battle with cancer.
Vince was born on July 15, 1965 in Meriden, Connecticut. He graduated from Cheshire High School in 1983 and Nichols College in 1988. He was a dedicated employee at Grow Well, Inc in Cheshire for 22 years until he became ill. Throughout his career he had passion and befriended most of the farmers in the state of Connecticut. He loved working with the owner Mike.
Vince is predeceased by his mother Bryanne Brown Nanfito.
Vince is survived by his father Vincent Nanfito Jr and his wife Stacey; his three beloved children who cared for him: Victoria, Ariana, and Vincent Sebastian lV “Sebby” , who he adored and loved more than life itself; 4 brothers: Jeffrey Nanfito and his life partner Lisa Orsini, of Meriden, CT, Joey Pacheco, Anthony Pacheco and Michael Nanfito, of Southington, CT; niece Morgan Nanfito and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins; and his former wife and good friend Allysia Nanfito.
Vince really lived life to the fullest through simple pleasures farming, raising rabbits, riding his motorcycle, spending special time with his children and his loving dog Celeste and making bonfires. We will miss his smile and easy-going attitude.
A ceremony and burial will be held graveside at St. Mary’s Cemetery, Marlborough St, Portland on Saturday, November 14 at 10 a.m. The Portland Memorial Funeral Home, 231 Main St, Portland, is in charge of arrangements.
Suzanne Marie Larson McGee
On November 20th, 2020 Suzanne McGee of Middletown, CT passed into eternal life peacefully
at Yale New Haven Hospital with family by her side. ‘Suzie’ was 83 years old, the 5th of 7
children born to the late Carl and Elizabeth Larson of Portland, CT on September 30, 1937. She
was a graduate of Portland High School and employed by Aetna Insurance Company for many
years. Married in 1958 to Jerome (Jerry, Mick) F. McGee, Suzie will be forever remembered for
the special unending Love she had for her family. Her amazing strength and positive attitude
guided her always, finding beauty and joy everywhere she went. Suzie looked at life through
rose colored glasses. A wonderful cook and gardener, Suzie also had a love for the ocean
spending many happy years at the seashores in Old Saybrook, CT, Leetes Island, Guilford, CT,
and Wilber-by-the-Sea (Daytona) FL.
Suzie is survived by her husband of 62 years, Jerome F. McGee of Middletown, CT, her five
children and their spouses: Jody (Jeff) Schultz of Middletown, CT, Jeffrey (Renee) McGee of
Manahawkin, NJ, Jay (Leslie) McGee of Clearwater, FL, Jonathan (Audra) McGee, of Ivoryton,
CT, Jennifer (Bryan) Jay, of Barrington, RI. Survivors also include her 18 grandchildren, 3 great
grandchildren, 4 siblings and many In-laws, nieces, nephews, and cousins. All of these she
loved and touched deeply.
Memorial gatherings will be held this summer in Connecticut and Florida for all family and
friends to celebrate Suzie’s wonderful life.
Thank you to the Palliative Care Unit at Yale New Haven hospital.
In Lieu of Flowers please consider a donation to:
Yale New Haven Hospital
Save the Sound.org
St. Jude Children’s Research, P.O. Box 50, Memphis, TN, 38105
The Portland Memorial Funeral Home, 231 Main St, Portland, is in charge of arrangements.