Blanche Harris Danner

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In Wallingford, Sept. 2, 2003, Blanche Harris Danner, 96, of Center St., West Haven, mother of Frederick Danner and his wife, Sherry of Northford, grandmother of, Scott Danner and his wife, Nicole of North Haven, Adam Danner and his wife, Lauren of Westbrook, Craig Danner and his fiancee, Jessica Osborne of Wallingford, Hope Danner of Northford, great-grandmother of, Torre Danner of North Haven and Faith Danner of Wallingford, aunt of Marilyn Fredericks of North Haven and her children, Nancy Fredericks of North Haven, Gregg Fredericks and his wife, Diane of East Haven, Peter Fredericks of North Haven, Todd Fredericks and his wife, Melissa of Weare, NH, and great-nieces and nephews, Christopher Fredericks, Jamie Fredericks both of East Haven, Brody and Emma Fredericks both of Weare, NH. Blanche was born in Lawrence, MA, Aug. 22, 1907 a daughter of the late George A. and Clara Meda Sergeant Harris. She was a graduate of Lawrence General Hospital School of Nursing in 1930. She was a registered nurse for Pediatric Associates of New Haven and retired in 1977. Was a member of the First Congregational Church of West Haven for 66 years where she was active in the Keystone Group of the church and a 56 year member of Easter Star Golden Rod Chapter #34 of West Haven. Memorial service at the First Congregational Church of West Haven, Sat., Sept. 6 at 11 a.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the Book of Remembrance of the First Congregational Church of West Haven, 1 Church St., West Haven, CT 06516 or to Masonicare Hospice & Palliative Care, PO Box 70, Wallingford, CT 06492. Arrangements under the direction of BEECHER & BENNETT TAYLOR FUNERAL HOME, 410 Campbell Ave., West Haven.

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  1. .Mrs. D.. was like a second mother to me, truly a grand lady. We kept in touch even after I moved to Seattle. She never let a holiday go by without a card and a little note about what was going on. It won\’t be the same world without her.

  2. Fred and Sherry, Ray and I will miss Blanche so much. I remember taking her to the grocery before she went to the Masonic home and how much I enjoyed her company. Ray has great memories of her when you lived up the street from him a long time ago. We are very sorry for your loss.

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