March 7, 1932 ~ July 8, 2009
Theresa Elizabeth Vischio, 77, wife of Edward Vischio of Hamden, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on July 8, 2009 at the Hospital of St. Raphael. She was born in New Haven on March 7, 1932 to the late Frank and Mary Maselli Consiglio. Besides her husband, Theresa leaves her siblings; Frances Massaro and her husband Anthony of Branford, Salvatore Consiglio and his wife Angela of North Haven, Rose Siniscalchi and her husband Joseph of North Haven, Ann Kossack of Lady Lake, FL and William Consiglio and his wife Linda of Hamden; also her nieces and nephews. Theresa grew up in New Haven before moving to Hamden with her beloved husband. She was a parishoner of St. Ann's Church, where she also devoted time to the soup kitchen. She had a love for flowers and plants and enjoyed gardening. We love you and will miss you terribly. Funeral from BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden on Monday, July 13th at 10:30, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Ann's Church at 11:00. Friends may visit with the family on Sunday evening from 4 to 6 p.m. Memorial contributions in Theresa's name may be sent to St Ann's Soup Kitchen, 930 Dixwell Ave., Hamden, CT 06514.
Dear Uncle Ed, I know you probably aren’t aware of Auntie Theresa’s passing, but please know that our prayers are with you and her family. We pray for the Lords comfort at this very difficult time. We love you..Michele, Paul and Boys
With Sincere Sympathy, Fond Memories of a sweet person. Class of 1947, Worthington Hooker School. We were young and gay,thank you for the memories.
When I think of Aunt Theresa, I foundly remember the song she created when I was 3 years old, so I could spell her name (T H E R E S A do te la so fa me ra), sleeping over her and Uncle Eddie’s house on Willow Street when they would tease me about staying in the big city, and the love she showed me. To this very day she was the only person who could get me to drink milk or eat lamb. Thereas was a kind woman who was always the first one to be available to assist anyone in need. She came to Masonic daily to attend to Eddie’s needs, putting her own aside, as this was Theresa. She was planning on getting a dog when she returned home from the hospital and made preperations by having a fence put up in her yard. I hope she has a dog by her side now as she looks below on us all. . Always parting with a smile, an I love you, and a God Bless you. Thank you for the lessons you taught me. Rest in peace. You are already missed. Love Lenore
To The Family Of Theresa, We met Theresa a short time ago at Masonic Home on 2 Wooster when Ed arrived as a resident. Our father has been a resident for almost 4 years. Teresa was a very loving and dedicated wife, who spent alot of time on a daily basis caring for Ed and also helping out with other residents and cleaning up after meals. We are very sad to hear of her passing, our sympathy and prayers go out to all of you. We will miss Theresa, she was truly a wonderful person. We see Ed daily when we visit our father and talk with him, he is a great guy who was lucky to have a wife like Theresa. Sincerely, Susan & Nancy Madonna