Elizabeth Irene Mead

elizabeth mead
Elizabeth Irene Hunt Mead, 90, formerly of Guilford and West Haven, passed away Sun., June 17at the Masonic Home in Wallingford, CT. Wife of the late Carlton Mead, Elizabeth is survived by daughters Karen Sokoloski and husband Ralph of East Haven, Lois Thompson of New Haven and Carlene Mead of Colchester, VT, son Peter Miner and wife Patricia of West Haven, 8 grandchildren: Peter Miner, David Mead, Carl & Jennifer Andrews, Holly & Eric Sokoloski and Edward & Welton Thompson and 14 great-grandchildren: Peter, Brandon, Chelsea, Olivia, Kaleb, Carl, Alexandria, Jacob, Dominic, Ryan, Eddie, Zachary, Miranda and Tiffany. In addition to her husband, Elizabeth was predeceased by son Charles Miner and daughter Judith Miner, brothers Loren, Walter, Melvin, Carl and Frank Hunt, sisters Esther Zampano, Gladys Latham and Doris Duane and grandson Kevin Sokoloski. A daughter of the late Frank and Sigrid Carlson Hunt, Elizabeth was born in West Haven on November 14, 1916. A graveside service will be held Sat., June 30 at 11 a.m. at Westside Cemetery, Guilford. Arrangements under the direction of BEECHER & BENNETT-TAYLOR FUNERAL HOME, 410 Campbell Ave., West Haven.

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  1. Although you’re gone,you will never leave. Your memory lives on through your family. A sweet song you can sing, as you start your new begining. Because of the love that you shared, There won’t be a tear that is spared. We have tears of joy, but also of sorrow, because we won’t see you tomorrow. But we know you’ll be there, and no longer sitting in your chair. You’ll be dancing with your husband, And that is the happiest end.

  2. by chelsea,10 Gone You were here one day, healthy and bright, then came that perticular night. You were breathing hard, so was I. Every now and then i would start to cry. You left me as I weep, this emotion so deep. I love you so much and now you’re gone. It will never be the same. Good-bye.

  3. Grandma, I will always remember the cool crafts you used to make and send to me in Vermont. I loved receiving those homemade gifts from you. I also remember that you are the one who taught me to crochet, which is a hobby that I still enjoy and always will, remembering you with each stitch…I love you so very much Grandma and I will miss you with all of my heart. You will live on in my memories and I look foward to the day I see you again in paradise!

  4. Holly sorry for the loss of grammie. I know she was very dear and special to you. Your grammie will shine on and definitely will be missed by all of whom she has touched in her lifetime. Plenty of hugs and kisses to you. Love you forever and ever.

  5. I remember grams when she lived with Karen and Ralph and the picnics we used to have together when i visited my best friend Holly. She will be missed! My condolences to the entire family! HUGS.

  6. i’m sorry for your lose. but it’s my lose as well. i loved aunt bet very much. we were close. i’m sorry i can’t make it down for her service. but i don’t drive nor do i have money to come down. sorry. feel free to e-mail me. love sandy

  7. Karen, Carlene,Holly & Peter I am so sorry for your loss. May god give you all the strength you will need to get through this sadness. Our thoughts and prays are with you. Aunt Bet will be in my prayers. She was a good aunt. I will remember her laugh from when mom (Dolly) would bring us over to her house. thinking of you’s at your time of need. Sharon & John

  8. Our deepest sympathy to family and friends. Elizabeth .grandma. touched many lives and will be greatly missed.

  9. The best aunt anyone could ever hope to have she will be missed more than any words could ever express

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