Justin Joseph Benito

June 27, 1980April 28, 2018

Justin Joseph Benito, 37, passed away unexpectedly on April 28th, 2018. He was born on June 27, 1980 in Hartford, CT, the son of Donald Jay and Cathy (Csatary) Benito of Glastonbury, CT. He was a graduate of Glastonbury High School, class of 1999 and the University of New Hampshire, class of 2003 where he earned an Associate Degree in Forestry, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication. Justin loved skiing, fishing, & took competing against his friends and family very seriously in anything from basketball to whiffle ball, & even claimed to be the best Cornhole player in all of Massachusetts. Justin was an avid Patriot, Red Sox, Bruins, & Celtics fan, an extremely loyal friend, and his #1 passion in life was spending as much of his free time as he could, with his friends, family and kids. He was proud to be known as “Uncle Justin” to many children and he was extraordinary with kids. Justin’s other passions in life were music, attending concerts, and enjoying the outdoors. In addition to his parents, Justin is survived by his brothers and sisters-in-law, Brian and Tammy Benito of Hope, RI, Kevin and Melissa Benito of Scotland, CT and Brett and Emily Benito of San Diego, CA. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and his nieces and nephews, whom he adored. Justin will be lovingly remembered as being a kid at heart who had the ability to make everyone around him laugh. He was the kindest, most loving person who will be deeply missed by all. The family will hold a private memorial service at a later date. Funeral arrangements by Glastonbury Funeral Home, 450 New London Tpke, Glastonbury, CT 06033 In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association, In Memory of Justin Benito, 2451 Crystal Drive, Suite 900, Arlington, VA 22202


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Don Longtin

May 7, 2018

One of Ours,

We are truly saddened to hear about the loss of our baseball player, Justin. It was not that long ago that he was playing ball on our fields with much skill and enthusiasm. Certainly, he was a great teammate on every team he ever played on. The Benito family was well known for their support of Justin and for the program, we share their loss.

Today, Justin reminds us how precious life is. We should live it as Justin played baseball, with joy and passion.

God Bless Justin and the Benito Family

Glastonbury Little League

Bob Malone

May 2, 2018

Dear family of Justin
My name is Bob Malone and Justin worked in my department at Stop and Shop Allston. I wanted to say how sorry and shocked I was to here the sad news.He was a wonderful young man who was taken from us way too soon.He was the same age as my daughter and I can't imagine your sense of loss.I know he wasn't well but he always tried to do the best he could and was a valuable nember of our work team.Again my sincerest sympathy as I really enjoyed knowing a good man ,he will be missed
Sincerely Bob