Melanie Sadonis

melanie sadonis
In loving memory of Melanie Sadonis who passed away on March 1, 2004 in North Haven. She was born on April 5, 1971, and is survived by her husband and many friends who will always remember her beautiful smile. She is predeceased by her parents Mary Jane Higgins Natale and Edward Sadonis, her brother Christopher Sadonis and grandparents Thomas and Mildred Crawshaw Higgans. A gathering in her memory will be held on Friday, March 12 at 1 PM at BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 WHITNEY AVE., HAMDEN followed by burial in Whitneyville Cemetery. Contributions in her memory may be sent to Meridion Hill, Development Office, 4 Elmcrest Terrace, Norwalk, CT 06850, ATTN.: Hillary Taylor.

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  1. Havent been in touch with Melanie since high school days. So sorry to see such a beautiful soul leave us so soon.

  2. I am so surprised and sorry to hear of Melanie\’s passing. I am an old friend from childhood. Melanie\’s grandparents lived one street away from my parents in Hamden and we shared many fun memories. As teenagers, after losing contact for awhile, we were reunited by mutual friends and again grew to have a bond through friendship. I had been there when her Mom was killed and through the loss of her father, the man she was just starting to get to know. Then lastly, through the devastating loss of Chris, in which we were all stopped in our tracks and were put on .hold.. It\’s hard to believe that Mel\’s gone too now. Melanie truly had a spirit like no one else. Her beautiful smile and laughter was contagious to all that were lucky to have been around her. Time and distance may\’ve stood between us, but I never forgot her sweet soul and have often wondered if she\’d found some peace and happiness. Two things she deserved so greatly. I hope the answer to that question is finally…yes. And hopefully in time, comfort can be found in the knowledge that she is now with the family she had so long been separated from. God bless. Jennifer Slavin

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