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Serving the Alumni of NBHS Class of 1960
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The alumni of New Britain Senior High (NBHS) of New Britain Connecticut,
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this communication media between class members for the foreseeable future.
60th REUNION 2020
Info to follow
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Click on link below to find thoughs on the Vietnam Wall from our High School
We lost 13 Class mates in 2014
We lost 13 Class mates in 2015 Plus 1 still unconfirmed
Angelo Ciaffaglione, 74, April 24, 2016
Betty L. (Carbone) Mineweaser, 73, 22 June 2016
of Newington, Conn., passed away unexpectedly surrounded by her family
Wednesday June 22, 2016. Betty was born in New Britain, Conn., and was the
daughter of the late John and Elizabeth (Barrows) Carbone. Betty worked
for Pratt & Whitney in customer training for forty-two years.
Betty is survived by her husband, Joseph Mineweaser, of Newington, Conn.; her grandson Ryan Lantz of Cromwell, Conn., who was more like a son to her; her daughter Kathleen Mason and her husband Larry of Bristol, Conn.; a sister, Mary Jane Groth and her husband Carl of Plainville, Conn.; her niece Brianne Groth of New Britain, Conn.; and her sister and brother in law, Kathryn and Gerald Quigley, and her niece and nephew Elizabeth and Patrick Quigley, of Woodland Park, N.J. Betty was predeceased by her brother John Carbone of Terryville, Conn.
Funeral rites for Betty will be held Tuesday, June 28, 2016, with the procession
departing at 10:30 a.m. from the Paul A. Shaker Funeral Home, 764 Farmington
Ave., New Britain, CT followed by a Liturgy of Christian Burial at 11:30
a.m. at Holy Spirit Church, 183 Church St., Newington, CT. Committal service
and final resting place will be in West Meadow Cemetery, 679 Willard Ave.,
Newington, CT. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to Holy
Spirit Church or a charity of the donor’s choice. Relatives and friends
may call at the Paul A. Shaker Funeral Home Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. – 10:30
a.m. Directions to funeral
Lola (Naples) Lattarulo, 73,, June 28, 2016,
passed on to her eternal rest at Kimberly Hall North of Windsor. Born in New Britain on July 13, 1942, she was the daughter of the late Michael & Rose (Masso) Naples. She was a longtime Newington resident where she and her late husband, Vito S. Lattarulo, owned and operated the Newington Meat Center along with their sons. Besides her husband, she was predeceased by her siblings Tina, Sebby, Ann, Christine, Rosie, Mike, Mary, and Margie. Left to honor and cherish her memory are her sons, Gregory Lattarulo and his wife Mary with their sons Steven & Adam of South Windsor, Paul Lattarulo with Terry Beebe and his children Nicholas & Nicolette and their mother Diane Lattarulo, a brother Sam Naples and his wife Barbara, a sister Nancy Pagliaruli and her husband John, all of Newington. Her funeral will be celebrated on Friday, July 1, at 9:00 AM from Duksa Family Funeral Homes at Newington Memorial, 20 Bonair Ave, Newington, with a 10:00 AM Liturgy of Christian Burial at Church of the Holy Spirit. Rites of Committal will follow the Mass at St. Mary's Cemetery in New Britain. Relatives and friends are invited to call for visitation on Thursday from 6:00 until 8:00 PM at Newington Memorial. To share a memory or blessing with the Lattarulo family, please visit us online at www.duksa.net. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/hartfordcourant/obituary.aspx?pid=180503448#sthash.FPg3Uiss.dpuf
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Thought for the day
"The budget should be balanced, the Treasury should be
public debt should be reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be
tempered and controlled, and the assistance to foreign lands should
be curtailed lest Rome become bankrupt. People must again learn to
work, instead of living on public assistance."
- Cicero - 55 BC
So here it is. What have we learned in 2,067 years?
So, evidently nothing.
Remember: if you don't learn from history you are bound to repeat it