In Hamden, May 10, 2009, Margaret E. Inzero 92, of Putnam Ave., wife of the late John Anthony Inzero, mother of Marie Inzero Grady and her husband Frederick Joseph Grady of Northford and John E. Inzero of Wolcott, sister of Paul Tamassia of Port St. Lucie, FL and the late Edward 'Buster' Tamassia, grandmother of Frederick Joseph Grady, Jr. of Guilford and Shawn Grady of Northford, great-grandmother of Shawn Grady, Jr. and Aiden Michael Grady. Also survived by 4 nieces, 4 nephews and 2 great-nieces. Margaret was born in New Haven, June 17, 1916 daughter of the late Louis and Fabiola Balanger Tamassia. She was a lifelong resident of Hamden and was a bookkeeper for Ted's Cleaners for 35 years before her retirement. Margaret was a parishioner of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church where she was a Marion Guild member. She enjoyed traveling, baking, cooking and golf. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Wednesday, May 20 at 11 a.m. Private interment in St. Mary's cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Hamden Healthcare Center, Recreation Dept., 1270 Sherman Ln., Hamden, CT 06514. Arrangements under the direction of BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden.

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  1. Aunt Maragaret will always in our hearts and memories. Over the years her inner strength and true concern for others has been an inspiration to us. We are honored to have had her in our lives, even though we live three thousand miles away. In Loving Memory, Sal & Cathy LoGrande

  2. Dear Marie and Family, Please accept my condolences.The thoughts and prayers of so many are with you. With Sympathy, Helen Schaefer

  3. DEAR PAULA AND FAMILY, I WAS SADDENED TO READ ABOUT AUNT MARGARET. IT BROUGHT BACK MANY FOND MEMORIES. OUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU DURING THIS EXTREMELY DIFFICULT TIME. WITH DEEPEST CONDOLENCES, NANCY,JOHN,JASON,MARK FERRARO

  4. Dear Marie and John (Jack), Please accept my deepest sympathy for you and your family during this difficult time. I will always remember your Mom’s sweetness and her smile. She was a wonderful neighbor who shared many hours talking with my Mom and our Family. I am 55 now, but I can still remember running across the yard in the dark on Halloween night to see your Mom. She always enjoyed seeing our costumes and had such a big smile on her face when she opened the door…only great memories! God Bless

  5. We were very sorry to read of your mother’s passing. Please accept our sympathy to you and your family.

  6. Dear Marie, John & family: We were so sorry to read of your Mother’s death. We have such good memories from our days on Sherman Ave with the Inzero’s, Caporales, Johnson’s and Morton’s. Your Mom was always smiling and always enjoyed our little children (remember your baby sitting days Marie?) I am very sorry that I wasn’t able to attend your Mom’s funeral today, but I am recovering from surgery and was unable to attend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. With our deepest sympathy, Lorraine O’Donnell & Family

  7. Mom, You will always be missed. We had many happy memories together, especially at our cottage and family gatherings. You will be in our hearts every day of our lives. Now you and daddy may rest in peace. See you in my dreams.

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