Chambrelli, Margaret, RitaMargaret Rita Chambrelli, age 56, of Meriden, formerly of Hamden, passed away peacefully October 13, 2008 at CT Hospice in Branford. Margaret was born in New Haven on January 9, 1952, a daughter of the late James & Rita Popolizio Chambrelli. She is survived by her brother, David & his wife Michelle Chambrelli of Cheshire, her sister Ann Marie & her husband Peter of Hillard, OH & several nieces & nephews that will miss her greatly. Besides her parents Margaret was predeceased by her brother Lawrence J. Chambrelli. A Mass of Christian Burial was held privately with her family at the Church of St. Rita in Hamden. Her burial took place in Centerville Cemetery. Arrangements were in care of BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden. Memorial contributions may be made to CT Hospice Inc., 100 Double Beach Rd., Branford, CT 06405.

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  1. Dear Beloved Family of Margaret Chambrelli: How sorry I am to read these listings for details on one departed friend only to learn of the loss of another, one of my dear childhood school friends:Margaret. I am deeply saddened by this news. Having been out of the country for the past month it is only via fortune of a sort that I saw this notice with surprise, then with tears. Margaret was a special bright star in our classroom, Brownie troop, and at play. She was lots of fun, tried her best. I know that my mother, our troop leader, held real affection for Margaret. As adults the few times our paths crossed we embraced with happiness at seeing each other or in speaking on the phone. I last saw Margaret at her mother’s calling hours. To me Margaret looked frail but beautiful. I hope my support gave her some comfort then. Margaret was a joy to know. I will carry her in my heart, being grateful to God for bringing her to peace after years of struggle and pain. Margaret, much love to you always! Patty

  2. I will miss Marge very much. We were friends for a long time. My sincere condolences to the family. Elinor and Dwight Smith

  3. Margaret was a very caring and loving cousin and respected me and my family very much. I am very sorry that she passed on and I know that she will be missed by me and my family very much. I love you cousin Margaret and may you rest in peace up in heaven with your family members beside you. Sincerely, Alexa D’Errico

  4. To my loving cousin Margaret: I’ll cherish all of the wonderful memories we’ve shared together. I’ll miss you always. Love, Cousin(Little) Ann D’Errico

  5. To my sweet neice Margaret: You’re reunited now with your mom, dad, brother Larry, and Uncle Joe in heaven. I’ll love and miss you forever. Love, Aunt Lorraine D’Errico

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