Alphena M. Money

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Alphena M. Doucette Money, 89, of Hamden originally from Bridgeport, wife of the late Louie Money died Friday, April 12, 2013 at Hamden Health Care Center. Born on April 18, 1923 in Grand Isle Maine a daughter of the late Leonard and Annie Cyr Doucette. She enjoyed bingo, tennis, doing crafts, knitting, crocheting and was a Mets fan. Gifted with a lovely voice, Alphena shared her talent with others at many different events. She is survived by her siblings, Jeannette Belanger of Rumford, ME, Geraldine Andrukevich of Hamden, Sister Georgeanne Doucette of the Good Shepherd Sisters of Saco, ME, and Roger (Lucille) Doucette of Glastonbury, and numerous nieces, and nephews, grand, and great grand. Predeceased by her siblings Leo, Leonide, Blanche, Noella, Lena, Edmond & Alphy Doucette, Christine Breau, Gilberte Dufour, and Lillian Dumais. Her family would like to thank ALL of the staff at Hamden Health Care for all their compassionate loving care. Friends may visit with her family on Tuesday, April 16th from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave, Hamden and may attend her Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 a.m. in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Hamden. Burial will follow in Lawncroft Cemetery, Fairfield. Memorial contributions in Alphena's memory may be sent to Hamden Health Care, 1270 Sherman Lane, Hamden, CT 06514 or Connecticut Hospice, 100 Double Beach Rd, Branford, CT 06405.

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  1. .Aunt Alphena., you can now sing and rejoice with your brothers and sisters in heaven. You will be remembered for that special gift of song. I speak for my father Roger, your brother, as he is hospitalized at this time and his thoughts along with ours are with you. Maxine & Gerry and Roger & Lucille…..

  2. Alphena was a very warm and social person. She was a friend of my wife Patty’s at Whitney Donut where they shared many morning breakfasts with each other. At Hamden Healthcare she became a friend of my mother Olga and both of them shared their meals with each other. However, in talking with Alphena I also came to realize that many years ago she was friends with my Aunt Eleanor, Olga’s older sister. Alphena use to live in Bridgeport and shopped at Shaw’s Jewelers where my aunt worked for many years. We will all miss her, but be left with our fond memories of mements we shared with her. Art Giulietti

  3. Aunt Alphena will be missed. She has joined her many brothers and sisters in a better place. May the angels in heaven help make her journey a joy.

  4. Rest In Peace to Mrs.Alphena. She was so close to me and when I worked there, Alphena definitely knew how to light up the place. Any room that she walked in, the room was brighter. I will always miss you Alphena. May God Rest your soul. Love you

  5. Alphena was a customer at my late parents’ drugstore in Bridgeport. She used to bring us the most delicious holiday cookies–I still have her recipe and thought of her today Alphena Money’s Vanilla Drops 1/2 cu butter, 2T sugar, 1tsp vanilla,1 cu sifted flour, 1 cup finely chopped walnuts. Cream butter, sugar, vanilla. Stir in flour and walnuts. Chill overnight. Bake 350 degrees in marble size balls on uncreased sheet. Roll in powdered sugar when cool. Thank you Alphena

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