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Carol Ann Cancelli


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Carol Ann Cancelli was born January 27, 1953 to Earl James
and Betty Curran. She has one younger sister Deborah Girgenti. She was the
proud mother of one daughter, Melissa Cancelli. She was the wife of John
Cancelli who we know welcomed her in to the gates of heaven where he has lived
since 1999.

Carol loved to bring joy to other people. Her first job was
a cashier at Stop and Shop and she worked hard to earn her R.N  degree at
New Britain General School of Nursing. She truly loved being a nurse. She loved
caring for patients for many years before her health pushed her into management
and finished the last 3 year’s of her working career loving on geriatric
patients. 

Carol loved children and was an adopted “Nana” to
many little ones. She was a faithful and true friend. She loved to serve others
and always went out of her way to be welcoming. She will be dearly missed by
all who knew and loved her. Truly she has finished her race well and heard
“well done my faithful servant”

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Carol Ann Cancelli


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Carol Ann Cancelli was born January 27, 1953 to Earl James
and Betty Curran. She has one younger sister Deborah Girgenti. She was the
proud mother of one daughter, Melissa Cancelli. She was the wife of John
Cancelli who we know welcomed her in to the gates of heaven where he has lived
since 1999.

Carol loved to bring joy to other people. Her first job was
a cashier at Stop and Shop and she worked hard to earn her R.N  degree at
New Britain General School of Nursing. She truly loved being a nurse. She loved
caring for patients for many years before her health pushed her into management
and finished the last 3 year’s of her working career loving on geriatric
patients. 

Carol loved children and was an adopted “Nana” to
many little ones. She was a faithful and true friend. She loved to serve others
and always went out of her way to be welcoming. She will be dearly missed by
all who knew and loved her. Truly she has finished her race well and heard
“well done my faithful servant”

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