In Lecanto, FL, April 6, 2006 Alfred A. Galinot, husband of Beverly Ann McMillian Galinot of 3303 N. Camomile Pt., Beverly Hills, FL. Father of Lisa Kerrigan of Wallingford, Laurie Galinot of Fredericksburg, VA and Alfred Galinot, Jr. of Aurora, CO. Brother of the late Alma Brooks. Also survived by a granddaughter, Melissa Kerrigan and several nieces and nephews. Alfred was born in New Haven on June 19, 1924, son of the late Albert and Anna Kenkel Galinot. He was a veteran in the US Army during WW II, serving in the Asiatic-Pacific Theater. He was employed for 35 years in the Defense Department as an Industrialist Specialist in the Logistic Agency. Alfred was a member of Hiram Lodge No. 1 Masonic Order, VFW of Beverly Hills, FL, Elks of Homossas, FL and NARFE of Government employees. Entombment with Masonic Service and Military Honors, Saturday, April 15, 2006 at 9:30 AM at Beaverdale Memorial Park Mausoleum. A Memorial Service will follow at 11 AM at Zion Lutheran Church. Memorial Contributions may be made to Zion Lutheran Church, 235 Pond Hill Road, Wallingford, CT 06492. BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden in charge of the arrangements.

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  1. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. My mom told me about your husband/father the other day when I was over there for dinner. Please know that I am thinking of you. I remember long ago summers on David Drive – life was good and so much simpler. Faith will keep us strong and memories will make us smile. Charlene Costanzo Mason

  2. To the Galinot Family On behalf of the Rademacher Family ,which is now only myself and my four daughters and their families ,I extend our deepest and sincerest sympathy. I know my father-in-law and mother-in-law were very close to the Galinot Family. Perhaps they are all up in heaven now playing cards which they loved to do. I remember Alfred from Trinity Lutheran Church and he was always the pleasant and perfect gentleman.

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