George F. Dingwall

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George F. Dingwall, age 72 of Woodbridge, passed away May 25, 2008 at Connecticut Hospice in Branford. George was a longtime companion of Rose Boisvert of Woodbridge; brother of Ada Mae Foley of Northford; father of Lisa Carroll of Portland and grandfather of Connors Carroll of Portland. Born in Milford on Jan. 19, 1936, he was the son of the late Alexander and Ada Still Dingwall. George was a driver for Connecticut Limousine retiring in 1985, a Volunteer Fireman for the Town of Woodbridge for 26 years and a US Army Veteran. His funeral service will be held at BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden on Thursday, May 29, 2008 at 12 noon. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday morning from 10 AM to Noon. Burial with Military Honors will follow in Eastside Cemetery, Woodbridge. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Woodbridge Volunteer Fire Dept., 4 Newton Rd., Woodbridge, CT 06525 or to CT Hospice, 100 Double Beach Rd., Branford, CT 06405. To send a condolence please see

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  1. George – You will always be remembered for the good you did. You inspired my son – you taught him the value of work and the joy of reward (at the Blue Check). Rest in peace and know you were loved.

  2. George, Eleven years has gone by so fast. I will always remember our coffees at the Firehouse/Blue Check/AMR Station. Whether talking about our trains, the goings on in town, or our family and friends (especially our mutual buddy B.R.) You will be greatly missed and I have been blessed by the void you filled for me. So when you find the coffee and donut you will know I stopped by to say hi and chat. All my love.

  3. Grumpy George, You made our daughters smile…you brought joy and we knew your love and concern. Thank you for 26 great years! Rest in peace. Rose, Bill, Kelsey, Alexa, and Jack

  4. Hey Georgie-Thanks for all the memories…and my first cup of coffee-I think I was maybe 3 years old then. The trains were fun-skating on the pond,all the picnics. It was all good stuff! And the limo rides!!! I will miss you, love you. Say Hi to all my folks for me. Love, Suzie

  5. Uncle George, Thank you for always making me laugh. You will be missed. Love, Michael, Anna, Kyle and Ryan Foley

  6. Uncle George, Thank you for always making me laugh. You will be missed. Love, Michael, Anna, Kyle and Ryan Foley

  7. WE MISS YOU ALREADY GEORGE! Thanks for the memories. Our Sunday drives, your fun grumpiness! Whole belly clams. When you made Toby bark. Who will tell us when I leave the cellar light on?

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