Paulinis Joan Stampler, age 76, passed away peacefully on June 14, 2017, surrounded by loving family. Born in Woodbridge on June 9, 1941, she was the daughter of the late Paul Crissey & Cecile (Ettore) Crissey Manson & stepdaughter of the late Roswell Manson. Chuckie is survived by her beloved son and daughter, Harry Stampler of Davie, FL and Cynthia Stampler of Hamden. She is also survived by her dear sisters, Ann Cubellotti of West Haven, Jacqueline Barron of Milford, Barbara Nolan of Orange and Pamela McCabe of Milford; brothers, David Crissey of West Haven & John Crissey of Milford, eight grandchildren and ten nieces and nephews. Chuckie was predeceased by her husband Leonard Stampler, beloved daughter Barbara Ann Paolini, her sister Nancy Crissey, and her brother Richard Crissey. Friends may visit with her family on Saturday, June 24th from 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM at Beecher & Bennett - Taylor Funeral Home, 410 Campbell Ave, West Haven and may attend her Mass of Christian Burial which will be celebrated at 9:00 AM at Our Lady of Victory Church, 600 Jones Hill Rd, West Haven. Entombment will follow in St. Lawrence Garden Mausoleum. The family respectfully asks that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the American Cancer Society in Paulinis Stampler's name.

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  1. I will greatly miss my poopsy! Working in the same place for twenty one years never in that time have I ever been so attached to someone. Something abt Chuckie drew me to her. Her need of me when I wasn’t around on my days off showed me how important I truly meant to her! I understood her needs an wants an because I new how much she valued that and need of me that’s what drew me closer to her! There was something that she reminded me of my grandmother! She trusted me and I new it! I never wanted to let her down . Some days she drove me crazy as she followed me from room to room looking for me when she had her off days but at the end of the day if I just reassured her of our everyday routine she would calm dawn and just be content until I came back from brake to lay her down for her afternoon nap as we all new were her favorite place to be was in bed under a thousand covers all comfy! Other adds didn’t get her the way I did. If you treated her with respect and just followed my routine then everything would be just fine if you didn’t then she would be agitated and tell you right where to go ! I loved that about her! She had ways of seeming confused if you didn’t know her but it wasn’t confusion if you simply took the time to listen it all made perfect sense and if you didn’t she new and didn’t have the patience! I think that’s why her and I got along so well because I got that abt her!!! I will truly miss her as I already do! Thank you for making my days of work that much more rewarding love you poopsy

  2. Jackie & Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers everyday. Love you! Kathy

  3. My deepest Sympathies on the loss of your Mom and Sister. Chuckie was a wonderful caring person, May She Rest in Peace.

  4. May your hearts be filled with beautiful and joyful memories! Please know our love and prayers are with you at this time.

  5. To Harry and Family – my deepest sympathies on the loss of a wonderful person. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

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