Fulvia Ciaburri In New Haven, August 29, 2007, Fulvia Ciaburri of Hamden. Born in Trieste, Italy on June 1, 1922, she was a daughter of the late Aldo and Erma Giuseppina Sillani. Mrs. Ciaburri came to America after meeting her late husband Ciro Ciaburri during WWII, while he was stationed in Italy. They had been married for 40 years. She had been an avid stamp and coin collector and traveled extensively within and outside of the United States. She had been a long time resident of New Haven until her husband's death. Mrs. Ciaburri leaves behind her son William Ciaburri and daughter-in-law Linda of Hamden, granddaughters Pamela and Elizabeth Ciaburri and her sister Clelia Cella of Italy. Funeral service will be Saturday, September 1, 2007 at BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden at 9am. Friends may call from 8-9am before the service. Contributions may be made to the Yale Cancer Center, PO Box 208028, New Haven, CT 06520-8028.

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  1. Bill And Family, Please accept our sincere condolences on your loss. You are in our thoughts. Leo, Mike, Mee, Jose, Deb

  2. Dear Bill, Linda, Pam and Lizzie, Even if so far away from us, Zia Fulvia was always close to us, she sent letters and beautiful cards for sharing our joys, birthdays and special occasions. We will never forget her. Zia Fulvia will always have a special place in our hearts and in our hearts and thoughts. Clelia and Piero, Grazia, Rossella, Antonella and Enzo, Maurizio, Jackie, Alessia and Taima from her beloved town of Trieste, Italy. Best regards Enzo Bravi Via Paisiello 3 34148 Trieste Italy +39 040 824617 enzobravi@libero.it

  3. Dear Billy and family, I was so saddened to hear of Fulvia’s passing. I have so many fond memories of the many holidays we spent at Uncle Frank and Auntie Helen’s together and the many joys our families shared. I’ll never forget her love of life and living in the city! I hope you know you’re in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Patty

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