NICHOLAS M. FIORE Nicholas Mario Fiore, 85, loving husband of Elizabeth Kizielewicz Fiore of Woodbridge, passed away June 11, 2008 after an extended illness. Mr. Fiore was born in Hamden, Dec. 3, 1922, a son of the late Joseph A. and Immaculata Maselli Fiore and had resided in Woodbridge since 1979. He was a real estate appraiser for 25 years before his retirement and prior to that had been employed by the Beasley Co. for 27 years. In addition to his wife, Mr. Fiore is survived by a daughter, Susan F. Seeber of Wayland, MA, a son, Thomas G. Fiore of Lexington, MA, four sisters, Mary F. Carbone, Lorraine R. Fiore, Dolores F. McGiunness and Kathryn F. Bozzi, three brothers, Henry L. Fiore, Joseph A. Fiore Jr. and William A. Fiore, and four grandchildren, Gabrielle, Julia, and Annalisa Fiore and Nicholas Seeber. He was predeceased by a sister Annabelle F. Masotta. Funeral from BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 WHITNEY AVE., HAMDEN Monday morning, June 16 at 9:30. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Ann's Church, 930 Dixwell Ave., at 10 am. Friends may call Sunday from 4-8pm. Interment in All Saints Cemetery. Contributions in Mr. Fiore's memory may be sent to The Little Sisters of the Poor, 1365 Enfield Street, Enfield, CT 06082-4900.

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  1. Besides being my wonderful, caring brother, you were a good friend. Because of you, I love music and all the good times we had at Morse St. I’ll never forget you. Love, Mary & Joe

  2. Dear Aunt Betty, Tommy, Susan, and all who love Uncle Nick dearly, We’re thinking of you, and praying for God’s healing love to comfort you. Lots of love, The Bozzis

  3. Dearest Betty,Tom,Susan,Carolyn,Todd,Gabrielle,Julia,Annie, Nick,and brothers and sisters of Nick, You are a remarkable and loving family. My family shall cherish fond memories of the always special times we spent together with all of you and your beloved husband, dad, and brother Nick. We are thankful to be members of your wonderful family. Bless you all with the continuing bonds of loving family, and the comfort knowing that Nick’s beautiful example in living will live on and be manifested in each of you. He touched so many lives. Thank you for sharing him with us. In loving sympathy, Cousin Emily and Lillian

  4. I am going to miss my .big brother. very much. He was the one who pointed me towards Nursing . He was our .American. father. Because of him we grew up with music, books to read, theatre and so much more. We as a family could never tell all that he did for us as we grew up in a few words. I loved him for all of the things he said and did for all of us. He helped me through my cancer and I hope I was able to help him a little through his. Goodbye Nick…..you earned a place in heaven, I’m sure. Love, Dolores

  5. I’ve been thinking and reflecting these last few days about my brother Nick and what a gift he was to our family. He wrote and lived the job description of what a .big brother. should be. He has left his mark on us all.

  6. My deepest sympathies to all members of the Fiore family – I wish I wasn’t so far away! Know that I think of you often and you are in my prayers. Love from, Ann

  7. My sympathy to all the family. My sincere regret in not being able to attend the viewing or the exequies.

  8. Nick and I had a lot of fun together as .single guys.. I have lots of good memories of times we went on vacation together and times we ate lunch together on the New Haven Green, just to mention a few. He was a wonderful friend to all ! With sadnes, Ed McGuinness

  9. No one had a better big brother growing up than the Fiore kids. Thank you for influencing who we are today. Peace and rest to you. God Bless – Love, Lorraine

  10. Our deepest sympathy to Aunt Betty, and Tom and Susan and their families. May God hold you all in His loving arms.

  11. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. Deepest sympathies, Sharon & Garrett from Somerville, MA

  12. So sorry to hear about your loss. Our hearts and prayers go out to you and your family during this time of sorrow. Sincerely Rosemary Cappiello and Gloria Vestuti

  13. To the family of Nick Fiore-my condolences. I have many nice memories of Nick during my friendship with Annabelle in our early years. He accompanied me on the piano as I sang .Garden in the Rain. at a show at St.Ann’s Church-maybe 1947-1948! Can’t forget listening to him play the piano at their home many times. Blessings and regards to all. Dolores

  14. Uncle Nick, you will be sorely missed. Thank you for all the great memories that you gave to us.

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