Sandra Peralli

December 1, 1946December 26, 2018

Sandra-Jean Busque Peralli, 72, of Rocky Hill passed away Wednesday December 26, 2018. Born December 1st 1946 in Augusta Maine, to the late Didier and Laurie Busque. After her father’s passing, Sandra moved to East Hartford where she graduated High School. April 1972 Sandra married Frank Peralli and welcomed their son Frank Peralli. Sandra worked as an administrative assistant at Hartford Steam boiler until the early passing of her husband Frank on April 5, 1984. She became a homemaker and spent a lot of time with her son, they loved to play cards together. Sandra also enjoyed dancing and watching nightly TV. She was very adventurous, she enjoyed amusement parks and weekend day trips. She loved to keep her mind busy with reading, crossword puzzles and spending time with friends and family. She also loved her household pets. Sandra was always willing to help family in times of need. To carry on her memory she leaves behind; Her Son and Daughter-in-law Frank Peralli and Tina Peralli. Her Grandchildren Gina Corvia and her son David, Rosie Bernier, Alyssa Peralli, Christopher Peralli and Hailey Peralli. Calling hours for Sandra will be held at Benjamin J. Callahan Funeral Home 318 Burnside Ave. East Hartford CT 06108 January 5, 2019 from 10:00-11:00AM with a Funeral Home service to follow at 11:00AM. Burial will be at Mount St. Benedict cemetery located 1 Cottage Grove Rd. Bloomfield CT 06002. For more information or to leave an online condolence please visit


  • Didier Busque, Father
  • Laurie Busque, Mother
  • Frank Peralli, Husband
  • Frank Peralli, Son
  • Tina Peralli, Daughter-in-law
  • Gina Corvia, Grandchild
  • David Corvia, Great Grandchild
  • Rosie Bernier, Grandchild
  • Alyssa Peralli, Grandchild
  • Christopher Peralli, Grandchild
  • Hailey Peralli, Grandchild

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Deborah (Golden) Zapor

January 3, 2019

Sandra was my very first childhood friend. I was eight and Sandy was a couple of years older, but we were great friends.
She and her family lived on the second floor and we lived on the third so we saw each other every day. I missed her so much when they moved and we never heard from them again, but I've thought of her so many times over the years. I'm glad she had her own family after her Dad passed. She had a sweet and gentle nature and I'm sure she was a wonderful mother and grandmother.