Keith Robert DiFronzo, 47, of Clinton CT, passed away August 27, 2014 in the Smilow Cancer Hospital. Beloved son of Elizabeth DiFronzo, of Hamden CT. Mr. DiFronzo was born in New Haven, CT on Dec. 8 1966. He was employed as a Senior Account Executive at the NWN Corporation. The family would like to send a special thank you to his second family the NWN Corporation. The family would also like to thank all the doctors and nurses at the Smilow Cancer Hospital. He is survived by his sister Desiree DiFronzo and his dog Ace. Friends and Family are invited to celebrate his life on Saturday Sept. 6, from 12-2 pm, with a prayer service at 1:30, at BEECHER& BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 2300 WHITNEY AVE, HAMDEN. Contributions in his memory may be sent to the Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale New Haven, www.momentumfund.net ,20 York St. New Haven, CT 06510.

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  1. Betty and Desiree, I’m so sorry to hear about Keith. I know it’s been quite a while since I last seen keith and you both. My prayers go out to you and the family. I know that Keith is resting now and in no pain. Linda-Janet Alamo

  2. Betty and Desiree, Thinking of you in the passing of your love one. Although no words can really help to ease your loss, hoping it brings some comfort to know that others are thinking of you. Odell & Deloris McNair Like Family, Orange, Ct

  3. Betty and family I am sorry for your loss. May god be with you during your time of need. My prays are with you. Reggie & Diane Jackson

  4. Betty there are no words which can be said to ease the pain of losing a child no matter how old they are. We watch them trip, stumble, and catch them before they fall! Our babies flourish before our eyes, and with their eyes looking back at us we know that they have reached the point where we let them go whether its out into the daily workforce of day to day living or beginning a new life because they have fulfilled their purpose here on earth and the Big Guy above has called them home. You, Desiree, and the rest of the family will always have memories to reflect on and knowing Keith will always be with there with you. There is one thing I do know is that when someone has fulfilled there purpose in their physical life the .Man. above brings his angels home to begin yet another journey. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Barbara Mastroianni, Hamden, CT

  5. Condolences to Betty and Desiree`. Sorry to hear of your loss. He was just a youngster of about 5 when I last saw him. May you feel God’s comfort at this time.

  6. Des, and Betty I am so sorry for your loss Keith was like a younger brother to me and will be missed. My prayers go out to you guys. Please always remember although we don’t see each other as much anymore you guys will always remain in my heart. Love you both! Debra McNair-Outlaw Debra McNair-Outlaw, Hamden

  7. I only worked with Keith since Nov. of 2013, but during that time, knew him to be very passionate about his work, and those that helped him be successful. It’s very difficult to see someone so young depart, with so much to live for. He is already missed, and will continue to be so.

  8. Keith, I will miss you, you all ways made me laugh. I know you will have everyone in Heaven on their toes and laughing while you do it. My prayers go out to your family in this difficult time of loss. God speed my friend till we meet again :)and we will.

  9. Keith, I will truly miss you, and your fun smile. It was a pleasure working with you. My thoughts and prayers go out to your loved ones. Such a wonderful man.

  10. My sincere condolences at Keith’s passing. Taken entirely too young. Heaven must have needed him more. I have no doubt that he’s keeping those around him on their toes. I can imagine Keith’s bright smile and can hear his laugh. He will be missed.

  11. My thoughts and prayers go out to the DiFronzo family during this time of sadness. Keith was larger than life, and will be missed.

  12. Prayers and thoughts to the DiFronzo family. I had the privilege to work with Keith. He was a genuine, funny, caring and warm human being. He always took the time to coach/mentor me and I will be eternally grateful for that. Thank you Keith.

  13. To my cousin, Keith you were a shining light. I will always remember our early years. At this time my heart is so sad but I am thankful for having had you as family. I am so proud of who you were and who you became Keith know that I and my family will always keep you in our hearts. I love you cousin rest well, life well done. Aunt Betty and Des I wish you all of Gods peace.

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