Ronald “Fuzzy” L. Sternberg, 77, passed away at his home surrounded by family on June 20, 2017. Born in Meriden on December 5, 1939 to the late Adolph and Barbara Heilman Sternberg. Ronald will be lovingly remembered by his children, Gina (John) Kluza of Harwich, MA, Gino Sternberg of Plymouth, MA, Cynthia (Walter) Galko of Cheshire, Kimberly (Frank) Falcone of Wallingford, Scott (Brandi) Sternberg of Durham, and Dawn (Al) Carbone of Wallingford; 13 adoring grandchildren, Brianna, Jacqueline, Brittany, Valerie, Cameron, Carlie, Kayleigh, Hayden, Kyle, Rebecca, Caitlyn, Seth, and Kassidy; friend and mother of his children, Beverly Sternberg of Wallingford. Fuzzy grew up in Meriden, was honorably discharged from the army and then raised his family in Wallingford before retiring to Plantsville. For 36 years he worked for Pratt & Whitney as a machinist. He was a member of the Meriden Motorcycle Club and the “Food Bag Club”. As an old car enthusiast, he enjoyed refurbishing cars before showing them. Fuzzy has now joined his four legged “best friend” Buddy. Friends are invited to visit with his family on Sunday, June 25th from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. at BEECHER & BENNETT-FLATOW FUNERAL HOME, 48 Cook Ave, Meriden. His Funeral Service will be held on Monday at 10:00 a.m. at the funeral home, followed by a burial in Walnut Grove Cemetery.

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  1. Scott and family Condolences on the loss of your father. Many prayers to your family. Justin, Michelle & Rebecca Lis

  2. I didn’t know your Dad but am privileged to know his daughters. It is said that you can tell much about a man by being acquainted with his children. In this case Mr. Sternberg leaves a wonderful legacy that speaks well of him. Please add my condolences to your family and celebrate his life.

  3. May the Lord give you strength in the days ahead. He was a very nice person and the Best .security guard.the Southington Food Bag ever had. Mr. Fuzzy will be sadly missed.

  4. Very sad to hear of this loss. Have known him for what feels like my entire life. My father and I spent numerous evenings at the Food Bag picking up coffee and treats when I was younger. Will certainly be different visiting Southington and not seeing him at the Food Bag any longer. God bless you and your family! -Alex Zawisza

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