Barbara (Doucette) Grant

Born: Sun., Jun. 24, 1934
Died: Sat., Jun. 20, 2015

Mass of Christian Burial

11:00 AM Fri., Jun. 26, 2015

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Barbara (Doucette) Grant, 80, of Terryville, widow of Warren Grant Jr. died Saturday June 20, 2015 at home.

Barbara was born June 24, 1934 in Bristol, CT.  She was the daughter of the late Edmund and Caroline (Seglerski) Duclos.  Prior to her retirement she was employed by Perma-Type of Farmington.  She was a communicant of the Immaculate Conception Church, Terryville.  She loved bowling, old movies, playing cards, animals and going out to eat with her family.

She is survived by her son Ronald Cassineri and his wife Felicia of Terryville; her brothers, Greg Duclos and his wife Suzanne with whom she made her home; William Duclos and his wife Leslie of Georgia; her grandchildren, Amy North and her husband Alex, Katrina Cassineri and her fiance′ Jerry Clement; her daughter-in-law, Giovanna Cassineri and several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.  She is predeceased by a son, Jeffery Cassineri, daughter, Kelly Cassineri and sister, Joan Johnson.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Friday June 26, 2015 at 11:00AM at the Immaculate Conception Church Terryville.  There are no calling hours.  Scott Funeral Home 169 Main St., Terryville is in charge of arrangements.

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Jeanette Hamelin
   Posted Sat June 20, 2015
Ron and Felicia and Family. We are so sorry to hear about your Mom. She will be in your hearts forever.

Skeet and Jeanette

Richaard Barszcz
   Posted Sun June 21, 2015

TRADITIONAL FUNERAL BASKET was sent by Cheryl and Rick Barszcz.

To our cousin Barbara with love from Cheryl and Rick Barszcz

Therese Ouellette
   Posted Mon June 22, 2015
Ron, Felicia and Family,
Thank-you for letting me help with your mom in her time of need. Barbara was a real fighter. She lived life to the fullest. Even though I had a short time with her, I managed to have lasting memories. One fond memory of her was when the nurse said that she could eat what ever she wanted. She was on a strict diet which included no chocolate. Once she was allowed to eat what she wanted. She wanted to eat chocolate morning, noon, and night. She was like a little kid! Her face lit up and would say "hmmmmm, so good." That is something I will never forget.
When your heart is empty, filling it with happy memories can help!

Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you and family,
Therese and George