October 17, 1930 ~ September 18, 2020

Born in: Hamden, CT
Resided in: New Milford, CT

Lucille Jedlicka, 89, of New Milford, loving wife of the late Harold Jedlicka, passed away on September 18, 2020 at New Milford Hospital. Born in Hamden, CT on October 17, 1930, a daughter of the late George and Grace Dorman Remington, she is survived by her daughters; Barbara Kostecki (Frank Raimundo) of Danbury, Carla Petrillo (John Petrillo) of Brookfield, and April Brodeur (James Davenport Jr.) of Washington, CT, her sister Bernice McNeil of North Haven, grandchildren; Cheri Lounsbury, Joseph Kostecki, Diana, Michael, and Karla Trombetto, Adam Reale, and Paige Lourash, 14 great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Besides her husband Harold, she was predeceased by her sisters; Eunice and Evelyn Remington and Beulah Dossa, and granddaughter Christina Byrnes. Lucille was a woman of strong faith and a life-long worshiper, having been active in several area churches, most recently attending the Riverview Baptist Church in New Milford. Lucille and her husband were very socially active in the New Milford Senior Center, and enjoyed attending various events and parties, especially the dances. They were named “King and Queen” of the New Milford Village Fair Days in 2006. Lucille worked mainly in secretary positions in her younger years, and ended her working career at Barden Corporation in Danbury.
A private graveside service will be held on Wednesday, September 23 at 1 p.m. in Centerville Cemetery, Hamden. Memorial contributions in her name may be made to Halfway Home Rescue, P.O. Box 712, North Haven, CT 06473.

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  1. Bernice,
    Bob and I have heavy hearts, just knowing what you are going through right now and cannot be with you! We were never fortunate enough to meet your sister, but know the deep love you had for her! You would sound so excited every time you were going to meet up with her. We know she was very special to you, and we are sending hugs and our deepest condolences at this most difficult time. May God watch over you and help you through the grieving process. Love, Bob & Debi

  2. I had the great privilege of attending church with Harold and Lucille for many, many years. We had wonderful fellowship together. Lucille was so faithful and so encouraging. She spoke continuously of her love for the LORD and her faith. She has blessed me with love and her sweet kindness over the years. I know there is sadness and grief. I am saddened I won’t hear her voice, ( I loved when Lucille would call me to talk) but I rejoice that she is in the Presence of her Savior. To her family, I will be praying for comfort. She spoke of her family with such love and affection. She is will be deeply missed. Praying for peace and comfort, Shannon Egbert

  3. Barbara,Carla,April, and your families
    Deb and myself want to send our sincerest sympathies for all of you.. Lucille was a truly remarkable lady. She never let life get her down, she was always positive in her wishes and daily endeavors. She was sad when Harold passed but didn’t let it stop her.. A trait I am sure you all inherited. I’m sure she is dancing with Harold amongst the stars. I still call her Mom even now. Love, Kookie

  4. April & Family,
    So sorry for the loss of your mom. She was a great lady. I know that you will hold your special memories in your heart. May she Rest In Peace.

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