Marie P. Buller, age 83, of North Haven, formerly of Westbrook, passed away on April 20, 2012 in Yale New Haven Hospital. Marie was the widow of William B. Buller, Sr. Born in Boston, MA on October 14, 1928; she was the daughter of the late James Joseph & Roselyn Fenton Pagnam. Marie is survived by her daughters, Rosemary Sansevero & her husband Andrew of Durham, Maryrose Read & her husband George of Lisbon, her sons, William B. Buller, Jr. & his wife Susan of Vernon, James J. Buller & his wife Susan of North Haven and Thomas G. Buller & his wife Sherian of Port Orange, FL. Marie also leave 15 beloved grandchildren. She was predeceased by her cousin Marion V. Kriebell. Friends may attend her Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 am on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 in St Therese Church, Middletown Ave, North Haven. Her interment will follow in Centerville Cemetery, Hamden. In lieu of flowers contributions in her memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, 38 Richards Ave, Norwalk, CT 06854 (1800-227-2345).

View current weather.

Memories Timeline

View the Timeline

Guestbook

  1. Bill,Rosemary,Maryrose,Jim,&Tom, Our deepest condolences go out the entire Buller family on the loss of your mother Marie. She was a great lady. I have so many fond memories of her and your Dad growing up in North Haven. She is at peace, in Heaven. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Al & Jan Tiezzi

  2. Dear Bill, Rosemary, Jim, Tom & Maryrose & Family, We send our love and sympathy to all of you in the loss of your Mom. She was loved so much by so many and will be missed by all. She can never be replaced and we are all better off for having known her. Her legacy lives on in each of us. Love and Prayers,

  3. Our condolences to all of you on the loss of your mother. She will always be remembered whenever I get together with her special coffee group.

  4. Our thoughts & prayers are with you now. May the memories of such a wonderful women help you through this most difficult time & remain always in your hearts. Her wonderful smile will forever be with so many of us.

  5. Aunt Marie had a great sense of humor and was always fun to be around. She was always kind to me and I remember that she took the time one summer to take me and my brother and sister every day for a week to learn to swim at Wharton Brook. She raised a beautiful family and she will be missed by all.

  6. From my limited time at their home, I found Aunt Marie and her family gracious and always welcoming. She was a great lady. Best family picnics in CT hands down. We send love to the family at this difficult time and let us all remember a well lived life.

  7. It is with great sadness I send this message to you all. Marie was a great friend to my mom and I remember several trips to the Brimfield Antiques show with the 2 of them. Marie always had a ready laugh and a story to tell. May you all remember her with the same laughter and stories. Janie Romans

  8. Jim & Family- Dot & I were very sorry to hear of your mothers passing. Based on all that we’ve read here, she must have been a wonderful lady. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  9. We are very sorry to hear that Marie has passed away. Our thoughts are with your whole family and I will call Rosemary when we return fom Chiang Mai in late May. Our love to all! Bob and Claudia

  10. My sincere and heartfelt sympathy is sent to all. May God’s Grace and Love uplift and comfort you during this time of loss. Janice Bruce

  11. Aunt Marie had a great sense of humor and was always fun to be around. She was always kind to me and I remember that she took the time one summer to take me and my brother and sister every day for a week to learn to swim at Wharton Brook. She raised a beautiful family and she will be missed by all.

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

Sign the Guestbook