Charles Stanley Tomalonis

July 24, 1939December 26, 2017

Charles Stanley Tomalonis was born on July 24, 1939 in Hartford, CT and passed away on December 26, 2017 in Hartford, CT and is under the care of Benjamin J. Callahan Funeral Home.

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Susan "Brazauskas" Duchesneau

January 9, 2018

My dear "uncle Charlie" with the polka angels now. Our families had so much fun together on our Michigan rummy nights! Will never forget!
"Aunt Eileen", Charlene and Allen, so sorry for your loss.

John abd Karen Dolan

December 29, 2017

Eileen, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. We are so sorry for your loss. Charley will surely be missed by all. Our condolences,John and Karen Dolan

Allen Tomalonis

December 28, 2017

I love you dad.. I'm glad of all that you taught me as I grew up. You where there listened to all the bad notes on violin, to listen so many Wild Thing, as I started a band. To racing pinewood Derby in cub scouts. Cutting wood, fishing, ice fishing, to building rockets . You been a big part of my life, no matter what I did, right or wrong, mostly I wasn't the perfect son. You always said, your favorite words, talk to your mom! But you always stood by me, protected me. You stood up! These are the tough times! I'm glad that your not suffering anymore. But you left me with unanswered questions. You know I had a lot on my plate...what's the right thing dad. Iknow that heaven now has another strong angel. You helped guide me, I know you will continue to watch. You'll always in my heart, I cherish memories. I love you dad...your son

Wife Eileen Tomalonis

December 28, 2017

Hey's forget...not got....

Wife Eileen Tomalonis

December 28, 2017

Love you for ever. I'll never got you. Thanks for 2 wonderful kids you gave me.lots of people will miss hearing your music. By now till we meet again. Your wife 4Ever.

Allen Tomalonis

December 28, 2017

Dad, I know that you where always there for me growing up. Tough love! You always sacrificed yourself for your family. You where always making sure everyone else had, but deeply you showed me what love really was. From listening to me kill some bad notes on the violin, to making a fast boy scouts line wood car, to fishing, opened more doors in my life and you never once closed a door on me. No matter what I did. All I did was want you to be proud of me. To meet your expectations as a son and a man. I failed way too often as both, but you never once ran away, you ran faster and closer than ever towards me. I am like you in more ways then I ever could imagine. And I'm proud to be your son. I can't say thank you or I love you, even get a hug, but I will cherish all the memories till the end. You fought, you laughed. I can say, heaven has a new and fighting angel. Your the best Dad .....your son ...Always.

Candace Hall

December 28, 2017

Eileen - my sincere condolences to you and your family on your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

P Adams

December 28, 2017

To Charlene and Family,

Sorry to hear your Dad passed on. My Prayer to you and your Family at this difficult time.

December 27, 2017

My deepest condolences to the Tomalonis family. May you be comforted through the cherished memories of your loved one and from the promises of the God of peace and comfort. (1 Thessalonians 2:16)

Jay Cameron

December 26, 2017

Thank you for all you taught me, and all the work and fun we had together. Thank you for being my second Dad and a great Grampa to our kids.
Rest in His Peace, Charlie.

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