Stasia Arscott

stasia arscott
Stasia Arscott Wallingford-Stasia Arscott, 88, of Ashlar Village beloved wife of the late Albert R. Arscott passed away March 5, 2011 in Hartford Hospital. She was a long time resident of So. Meriden before moving to Wallingford in 2007. She was born in Meriden, April 24, 1922 a daughter of the late Adam and Alice Gwiazdowski Peczynski and was a member of Holy Angels Church. Stasia retitred from the International Silver Co. after many years, and enjoyed traveling with Albert. She was an avid Red Sox and UCONN women's basketball fan. She is survived by four daughters and two sons in law, Alice Ouellette of Wallingford, Susan Myers of East Haddam, Brenda and Anthony Suraci of Guilford, Karen and Bruce Franklin of Glastonbury. Sister of Sister Mary Alexis of OH, Mary Konetal of Middlefield. Loving grandmother of, Daniel Myers, Noah Myers, Matthew (Emily) Suraci, Lauren Saraci and Brian Franklin. She is also survived by 3 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by sisters Josephine Antonowicz and Florence Olschefski. Her funeral will be held Tuesday March 8, at 11 am at the Beecher & Bennett-Flatow Funeral Home 48 Cook Ave. Meriden. Friends may visit with her family Tuesday morning from 9-11 am. Interment in Walnut Grove Cemetery. Stasias family wishes to thank Dr. April Goller and the staff of the Hartford Hospital Palliative Care Unit for their warm and compassionate care. In lieu of flowers please make contributions to the Hartford Hospital Palliative Care Unit, Hartford Hospital 80 Seymour St. Hartford, CT 06102. For information or to send a condolence please see obituary

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  1. Karen and family: Sorry to hear of your great loss. May your many wonderful memories of your Mom comfort you at this sad time. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

  2. Stasia’s Family, Our sincere condolences on the death of your mother. She will be remembered in our prayers. Barbara & Joan Olschefski

  3. Dear Brenda, We are thinking of you at this difficult time and send our love to you and your family.

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