OBITUARY

Edwin J Sutcliffe III

February 16, 1966March 8, 2019
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Edwin James Sutcliffe III, Breadman, 53, of Madison, CT passed suddenly on Friday, March 8th, 2019 at home. Born in New Haven, CT on February 16th, 1966. Ed leaves behind his mother Lena Sutcliffe, late father Ed Sutcliffe, and sister Tracy. Ed is survived by his loving wife Denise Sutcliffe and daughters Sydney and Courtney. He has left an impact on many lives in so many ways. Everyone who knew him knew he loved to ride his Harley, fish on his boat, and was a die hard Yankee fan. He will be deeply missed by all that knew him. Calling hours will be held at Swan Funeral Home in Madison, CT from 4:00pm-8:00pm on Thursday, March 14th. Mass will be held the following day, Friday, March 15th at Saint Margaret Church in Madison, CT. In lieu of flowers, dontations can be made to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 417005, Boston, MA 02241-7005.

Services

  • Calling Hours Thursday, March 14, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Friday, March 15, 2019
REMEMBERING

Edwin J Sutcliffe III

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Tony & Lucilles Restaurant Grecco

March 14, 2019

Our sadden hearts go out to your family,
Our fond memories of dining with us and so enjoying your company ,you made us feel warm and welcomed to join in your conversations always.
Many espresso served to you on our patio and now to you with the angels in heaven.
You will be missed by your friends at
Tony & Lucilles Restaurant🙏🏻

Fred Linberk

March 14, 2019

To the Sutcliffe family.I am truly sorry for your loss.Ed was a great guy who put 110% into everything he did.When ever I saw him or talked to him, he
never a bad word about anything or any one.He always wore a smile and was ready to help out in an instant.What a character. Again so sorry for your loss.

Ally Hill

March 13, 2019

My greatest memory of Ed....his rendition of calendar girl for his love Denise. I have two videos that are my go to’s when I’m down. Calendar girl is the epitome of Ed. He loved his girls and he will be missed.
Love, ally

Mary Matras

March 13, 2019

Denise.Courtney Sydney. I want to say how very sorry I am for your loss. I know this doesn't help with the heartache but he was so proud of all of you. His eyes lit up every time he spoke about you. He will be missed!!. RIP my friend. Thanks for being you

Joe Hill

March 13, 2019

I will never forget coming over during the summer and you standing behind your tiki bar always making sure I had a drink in my hand. You were the life of the party! You will be missed by everyone who knew you. Denise, Sydney, and Courtney, you are always in my thoughts.

FRANCESCA (BRUNO) CANDELA

March 13, 2019

I've been completely lost for words...
I didn't know Ed personally but I've seen many of his posts and video's on facebook. He seemed like the life of the party! His personality was huge and he was taken just way too soon.
I grew up with Denise and her sister Dana in Madison. We were childhood friends and I remain in contact with Dana. I've been checking in with Dana ever since I heard of Ed's passing last Friday...
I can't imagine this pain that you are going thru Denise along with your beautiful daughters. You and Ed had an inseparable relationship and created such a beautiful family together. I have been totally distraught over this heartbreaking loss for you all, the Bristol and Sutcliffe families. I'm truly so sorry.
Please accept my sincerest condolences, my thoughts and prayers to you all at this time.
With love in thinking of you,
Francesca

Cindy Trombetta

March 13, 2019

Eddie
I have no idea what to say !!!
Denise , I am sorry !!
Shocking, it hurts!
I worked with Eddie and everyday I would talk to him, always start with a joke, always laughed together, his FB posts, the videos he made for you, adorable, and funny!!
Every day he made work better, if something was bothering me, I could tell him and he'd help , and kept everything between us, work would never know!!
I am really going to miss him, still can't believe this
I wait every day, the call doesn't come
Eddie, RIP Brother, Godspeed!!
Keep the party going ....till we meet again!! Luv ya buddy!!!
Cindy Trombetta

Joe Barone

March 12, 2019

Ed an I became real good friends at Xavier High School . We hung out every weekend in Northford
With all his buddies from there. Can remember the good old softball games with him and his boys. I still am in shock about his passing can’t believe we lost such a great person.He was very caring and if I ever needed a favor he was always there
I love you Ed you will be very much missed
To the Sutcliffe family I am so sorry may God bless you all!

Cindy Dinuzzo

March 12, 2019

My cousin Eddie,
I always looked forward to seeing him at Christmas when the family got together. He could always make me laugh and even joked about himself. I loved his sense of humor and we always said he should have been a comedian. He tried to lighten up sad and difficult times. He loved to have fun and live life especially riding. He was passionate about what he believed in. He loved his family and talked about them often. A life cut short and gone too soon. He will be dearly missed.

Rest in peace and make God laugh.

Joe Dunsmore

March 12, 2019


Dear Denise... My sincere sympathy to you and daughters. Ed was an exceptional person. I first meet Ed, the Breadman, at GFC. His dealing with Marlene and Jackie made you laugh. I was shortly included in his banter. When you saw him in town and you knew that he was about to put a smile on your face. I enjoyed his adventures on Facebook since I moved to Florida and I told him recently. I would say that Ed was enjoying life with you and his daughter. There was another side of Ed that he was a very caring person. He called me in Florida to tell me that our dear friend, Marlene, had suddenly died and he wanted me to hear it from someone before I saw on Facebook. I will miss him terribly. My thoughts and prayers are with you and his family.