Daisy Enever O'Garro

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Daisy Enever O'Garro, 97, of Wallingford formerly of New Haven, passed away at the Masonicare Center on Thursday, May 29, 2014. She was born in New York, NY on January 21, 1917. Daisy was the wife of the late Herbert O'Garro, Sr., and leaves behind her children, Barbara O'Garro and Herbert O'Garro, Jr., both of Hamden. She was a Registered Nurse and had worked at the West Haven Veteran's Medical Center before her retirement. Friends are invited to attend her graveside service at 11:00 AM on Monday, June 2 at Beaverdale Memorial Park. Section O, New Haven. Arrangements are in care of BEECHER & BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden, CT. Contributions in Daisy's memory may be made to the Masonic Charity Foundation of CT, www.masonicare.org/mcf , 22 Masonic Ave, Wallingfrod. CT 06492.

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  1. Ah, Daisy, what a grand age you lived to be! I can imagine your gracious humor and loving soul brightening paradise itself as God throws open the doors in welcome. The New Haven Chapter of the Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross are forever grateful for the many years you spent among us. Barbara Cheney, SCHC, Friend and Companion, June 01, 2014

  2. Daisy had a kind and gentle spirit. She was a shining example of God’s love. I was honored to have her as one of my sponsors to the Society of the Companions of the Holy Cross. Daisy, may you rest in peace as you continue your journey to the Paradise Chapter.

  3. Daisy was a kind, loving, and caring person who always thought of others. She brought sunshine when she entered the room. I enjoyed her sense of humor and was touched by her deep faith. I will miss her.

  4. Daisy was one of the first people who welcome me to Connecticut nearly 20 years ago. In her presence, I always felt accepted for who I was and gently encouraged to continue to grow. Her deep relationship with God and her care for others continues to call me to deeper faith and faithfulness. I miss being in her nearer presence, though I know she’s basking in God’s presence now.

  5. Daisy, You were one of the first Companions I met at the first meeting I attended. We became friends and companions right away. I cherish the memories of your beautiful spirit! I am praying for you as you enter the Paradise Chapter in Glory! I am also praying for your beloved family during this time.

  6. Daisy, your Companions will miss you. May your soul today ring out in joy to our Creator, Redeemer and Sustainer.

  7. We first met Daisy and her husband, Herb, in 1995 when we moved to Masonicare at Ashlar Village in Wallingford. Daisy was a member of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in New Haven, and in 1999 she became a member of The Society of The Companions of the Holy Cross. Daisy was a devoted wife and mother. She was a friend, helper and, when needed, a caregiver to everyone she met. .We will missyou, Daisy. May you now enjoy eternal rest and may light perpetual shine upon you..

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