Patricia Anne Bernardoni

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Bernardoni, Patricia Anne Patricia Anne Sloane Bernardoni passed into eternal life at Noble Horizons Nursing Home on Sunday, March 9, 2008. Beloved wife of Val Bernardoni, she was born to Hubert V. and Marie (McRoberts) Sloane on April 9, 1934 in Hamden, CT. She was raised in Hamden and attended school there where she met her husband, Val. Pat graduated from New Haven State Teacher's College with a degree in Early Childhood Education. Pat taught in Cheshire and did substitute work in Hamden as she raised her family of 5 children, a dog, a couple of cats and a few ducks. She did volunteer PTA work for many years. Pat is survived by her husband of 52 years, three sons; Steven and his wife Denise of Bristol, Paul and his wife Mindy of Bradford, RI and Ronald and his wife Sheri of Oakville; two daughters; Valerie Fazzino and her husband Joseph of Wolcott and Donna Stroeter of Clinton; a brother, Hubert Sloane of White Plains, NY; thirteen grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents, three sisters; Elsie Bobeck, Nancy Dunham, and Doreen Stamatien; and a nephew, Frank Bobeck, Jr. Funeral Service Wed., March 12 at 10 a.m. at St. John's Episcopal Church, 12 Main Street, Salisbury, CT. Friends may call Wed. at BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 WHITNEY AVE., HAMDEN from 4-8 p.m.

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  1. Although this is a difficult timing, please have comfort in knowing that Pat is in a better place.

  2. Dear Paul, Another Angel has been called home to rest. May you find peace in knowing that your Mom is as close as your mind,your heart, and your children. Our deepest condolences, Rod and Linda Scribner

  3. Dear Paul, Sorry to hear of you loss. Our deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family.

  4. Dear Val & family: I am deeply saddened to hear of the death of my dear friend Pat. I shall always remember her and the good times we had together as young girls growing up and into adulthood raising our families. You are all in my thoughts and prayers……….Love Marge

  5. Dear Val , Sorry to hear of your loss.If you are an extension of your spouse or vise-versa , your family suffered a great loss. Bob Pezze.

  6. Dear Val I will always remember all the great times we had when you and Pat were dating in college. Please accept my deepest sympathy to you and your family

  7. Dear Val, I just found out today about Pat’s passing and it makes me feel so very sad. Pat was so much more than a patient for me to take care of, she was a sweet, sweet friend. I’m so sorry that I didn’t get a chance to visit her again since the beginning of the year, I would have brought Madison with me, her eyes lit up so when she saw her. Val, you were so good to Pat, she couldn’t have had a more caring husband and I am so sorry for your loss. Thank you for your kindness and your support to me and all those who were lucky enough to take care of Pat.

  8. Dear Val, Sending our heartfelt thoughts to you on your loss of Pat. I always looked forward to her coming to ceramics. a special person. Anne and George Phillips

  9. Dear Val, Whenever I think of Pat, my heart warms and I can’t help but smile.What a sweet, sweet woman! Thinking of you and your family and wishing you peace and comfort.

  10. I only knew your wife from the Canaan Pharmacy, but she was one of the sweetest people that I have ever met. She always had a smile on her face and always made everyone smile back. I am very sorry for your loss.

  11. May Grandma Pat Rest In Peace…Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family. Always hold on to your memories. With Sorrow, The Ciampi’s


  13. Val (Mr. Bernadoni): You were my sixth grade teacher at Dunbar Hill School and had a great impact on me at the time. My condolences and deepest sympathies are with you at this sad time.

  14. Val and family, I was very saddened to hear of Pat’s passing. I enjoyed working with her in Pulomonary Rehab. I know she struggled with her health but she always smiled during our time together. I find comfort in knowing she is now at peace.

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