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Denise Brunetti

Denise Brunetti

Monday, December 20th, 1954 - Sunday, April 26th, 2020
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THE CASEY FAMILY IS HONORED TO BE ASSISTING AND CARING FOR THE FAMILY OF DENISE BRUNETTI

Loving mother, grandmother, sister, and friend.

WATERBURY - Denise Diane Brunetti, age 65, passed on Sunday April 26, 2020 at Saint Mary’s Hospital after a long courageous battle with Covid-19.

Denise was born on December 20, 1954, in Waterbury, CT the daughter of the late Frank and Mildred (Glina) Diogostine. She was a graduate of Crosby High School and devoted her life to her family. She was brave, generous, and loving. She enjoyed the simple things in life and had a strong love for horses.

Left to honor her legacy and cherish her love and memory are her children; Laurieanne Regalado, Erik Brunetti, Harry, Brandon and Casey Davis, her grandchildren; David and Corey Regalado, and extended family and friends. The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses in the ICU of Saint Mary’s Hospital for their continued strength, courage, commitment, and unity.

Due to the current governmental restrictions concerning COVID 19, funeral services for Mrs Brunetti will be announced in the future. Casey’s Eastside Memorial Funeral Home has been honored to assist the Brunetti family during this difficult time. Please keep the family in your thoughts and prayers. Memories endure only if you share them, so you are encouraged to leave a condolence, words of comfort or a personal memory with the Brunetti family on Denise’s tribute page at www.eastsidememorial.com.
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Elizabeth Ivers

Posted at 04:57pm
My condolences to all of Denises children and family. Im sad over the lose of Joanne and now Denise. These two ladies were my moms friends since the 70s! Often both were at our house just having coffee with my mom. Time has just passed so quickly. Denise i pray you rest in peace. God has another angel.

Elaine Lafreniere

Posted at 08:24pm
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My heart is very heavy hearing such sad heartbreaking news, my high school friend Denise Brunetti has passed away... Dee & I were friends from Freshman year at Crosby High until forever... We hung out back in the day, from Bingo to Gloria Stevens to The Franco- American club to Friar Tucks and many other places... Having so many good times & so many secrets...She was my 1st real, true friend that I could trust with anything!!! I also just found out her sister Joanne passed away about 3 weeks ago, how heartbroken she must have been!!
I will miss you Denise, I will Never forget you... Till we meet again one day.... say hi to all our families, & Our other friends up there! She is also reunited with her son, baby Michael
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....r.i.p. Denise
.... Stay strong Harry & Family, my heart & Prayers to all.
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Today we lost an angel, God decided it was time for her to go home. No more suffering, No more hurting. 12/20/54-4/26/20
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Estrella rangel

Posted at 02:45pm
I remember a time when my son and I came to visit her son Harry, and upon my knocking she stuck her head out the window to see who it was. She said hey pali! filled with excitement as if I was her oldest friend. She continued to tell me harry was asleep, she couldnt wake him and offered me to take a shot at it. I agreed, and she invited us in. I proceeded to try and wake him but with no success. She decided I wait a while, before leaving and sit with her. I agreed and we watched my son chase her cat around the house. We held a really great conversation and learned many new interesting things about oneanother. We were watching the Maury Povich show, and found that we both shared a loved for that show in common. Then the conversation went from handling the things life throws at us, to episodes of who was gonna be the father to the next kid. This was one of the few moments I spent with denise alone, but everytime I had, she never hesitated to remind me that my son and I were always welcomed. She told me she loved to have a child around to keep her busy and that speaks volumes to her kind, nurturing spirit. Despite her inhibitors, she made sure that anyone, no matter who, was happy and well cared for even if it meant just offering her last tissue. I am grateful to have gotten the chance to know Denise. Though most of all, I am so blessed to have been able to have shared a laugh with her. She will be missed dearly, but if there is one thing I know, she will not be forgotten, because, anytime anyone feels happiness or comfort, it will be nostalgic to her embracing them with her presence. Now, I didnt know her very well, but I do know from our very few talks, that she was even in her most desperate times happy with the life she had lived. She was and will forever be a very bright and wonderful women. I send all of my condolences to her family, I am so sorry for your loss, but I am confident that her memory will live on in you forever.
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Shanna

Posted at 11:02am
I always remember laughing with dee. There was never a day that we were at her house without a huge laugh!
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barbara shappy

Posted at 09:53pm
i known denise,many yrs,rip denise.u are so missed
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