BEATRICE MARY (BRUNET) FABRIZIO, OF 200 OLD FARMS ROAD, SIMSBURY, CT, BORN IN WATERBURY, CT, PASSED PEACEFULLY AFTER A LONG STRUGGLE WITH CANCER. PREDECEASED BY HER BELOVED HUSBAND OF 50 YEARS, SANTO ANTHONY FABRIZIO, SHE WAS A BELOVED MOTHER, GRANDMOTHER AND GREAT-GRANDMOTHER. SHE ENTERED INTO ETERNAL REST ON APRIL 26TH, 2006. SHE LEAVES A DAUGHTER, BEATRICE LOUISE OBER, SON-IN-LAW, WILLIAM SAMUAL OBER OF SIMSBURY, CT, GRANDCHILDREN ANGELA DENISE CIOTTONE OF EAST GRANBY, CT, CHRISTINE LOUISE STEBEN, AND HER HUSBAND, PETER STEBEN OF AVON, CT AND WILLIAM SAMUAL OBER JR, AND HIS WIFE TRACI OBER OF CHARLOTTE, NC AND TWO BEAUTIFUL GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN, KATHRYN ELIZABETH OBER AND JONATHAN PETER CIOTTONE JR. SHE ALSO LEAVES TWO BROTHERS, HARRY BRUNET OF SOUTHINGTON, CT, AND DANIEL BRUNET OF FLORIDA AND MANY NIECES AND NEPHEWS. BEATRICE WORKED AT INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY A FEW YEARS BEFORE MARRIAGE, SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE COMPANY AND 10 YEARS AT THE NW PARKS COMPANY IN MERIDEN, CT. SHE WAS A MEMBER OF THE PINEVILLE LOUISIANA GARDEN CLUB, INVOLVED WITH CHURCH EVENTS, ENJOYED GARDENING AND BAKING HER FAMOUS PIES. SHE ALSO ENJOYED BEING WITH HER FRIENDS AND TRAVELING WITH THEM. MOST OF ALL, SHE WAS A DEVOTED WIFE AND MOTHER. SHE LOVED LIFE, WITH FAMILY BEING MOST IMPORTANT TO HER. SHE LEAVES BEHIND A LEGACY OF SELFLESS LOVE. HER FRIENDS AND FAMILY WILL MISS HER GENTLE SPIRIT, KINDNESS, WONDERFUL SENSE OF HUMOR AND HER TREMENDOUS FAITH AND TRUST IN THE LORD. SHE EXEMPLIFIED COURAGE, GRACE AND DIGNITY TO THE VERY END. A MASS OF CHRISTAIN BURIAL WILL BE CELEBRATED ON SATURDAY, APRIL 29 AT 10::30AM AT ST. JOSEPH CHURCH, 159 EAST MAIN ST., MERIDEN. RELATIVES AND FRIENDS MAY CALL AT THE BEECHER & BENNETT-FLATOW FUNERAL HOME, 48 COOK AVE., MERIDEN FROM 9-10:00AM PRIOR TO THE SERVICE. BURIAL WILL BE IN WALNUT GROVE CEMETERY, MERIDEN. A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THE STAFF AT MCLEAN AND ESPECIALLY TO THE MCLEAN HOSPICE FOR THEIR CARE AND COMPASSION. MEMORIAL DONATIONS IN HER MEMORY MAY BE MADE TO MCLEAN HOSPICE, 75 GREAT POND RD, SIMSBURY, CT. 06070.WWW.MCLEANCARE.ORG.

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  1. The death of Gram is a great loss. She was a fountain of love, encouragement, and wisdom. May we all find peace in knowing that the all encompassing love of God fills and embraces her, and that she is in His presence.

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