Sharon L. Chapin

sharon chapin
MERIDEN - Sharon L. Chapin, 56, of 14B Nutmeg Drive died Tuesday, August 8, 2006 at Connecticut Hospice in Branford. Sharon was previously from Virginia Beach, VA and Schenectady, NY. Born in New Haven on Jan. 9, 1950, she was the daughter of the late Warren and Mary Page Chapin. She had been employed as office manager at Cherry Motel, Virginia Beach, VA. She is survived by two sons, First Class Petty Officer Richard C. Hogan and his wife, Kim of High Ridge, MO and Timothy Hogan and his wife, Kim of Tennessee; two sisters, Mary Lou and Vinnie Cappetta of Meriden, with whom she made her home this past year, and Elaine Munzu and her husband, Paul of East Haven; a brother, Paul Cook and his wife, Valerie of Plainville; three grandchildren, Carlton Hogan of Texas, Richard Hogan III and Derek Hogan, both of Missouri; and several nieces and nephew. The family extends their appreciation and thanks to MidState Hospice for their help, love and support during the past year of Sharon's illness. Oh, death where is thy sting. Oh, grave where is thy victory. Death is swallowed up in victory. I Corinthians 15: 54-55. A graveside service will be held Saturday, August 12, at 10:30 a.m. at Hamden Plains Cemetery in Hamden. The Rev. Thomas Bish will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of the Beecher and Bennett Flatow Funeral Home, 48 Cook Ave., Meriden.

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  1. My deepest sympathies go out to the members of my family in the passing of my Aunt Sharon. She is at peace now and free of pain. I’ll cherish the times I got to spend with her over the last year, I am blessed to have had the pleasure. May God Bless and may we meet again. Love, Mary

  2. Our deepest condolences to my family on the loss of my Aunt Sharon. Special blessings to my Aunt Mary Lou for the care that she gave Aunt Sharon, making it possible for her to be with her family, and making her last year more comfortable. She is now at peace. Our thoughts & prayers are with all of you. Love, Betty & Brian

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