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Swan Funeral Home

825 Boston Post Road, Madison, CT

OBITUARY

Sara B. Caraszi

October 8, 1951January 10, 2020

Sara B. Caraszi was born on October 8, 1951 in New Haven, CT and passed away on January 10, 2020.

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Sean Anderson

January 16, 2020

Sara was a constant companion to John for nearly 20 years, rarely seen apart. I miss her greatly and she leaves an indelible mark on the path between the cottage and the dock. The Anderson and greater Leete's Island family will always remember her.

Sandi Linton

January 15, 2020

Dear friend of so many years,

I will miss you so. I was so blessed to have you as a friend for 35 years...my first after moving to Madison. We shared similar interests...our love of books, crocheting, bridge playing and of course watching our children grow into wonderful human beings.

I know you are somewhere planting pansies with your mom and sister Amy.

I am so grateful to be part of your shortened earthly life.

Pinkie hugs and love, Sandi

Cynthia Twiss

January 14, 2020

My heartfelt sympathy goes out to Sara’s family. I was lucky enough to have Sara as a friend. Whether we were talking about or sharing books; eating a meal with dessert included, or planning next adventures, Sara was fully present. She was blessed with a generous heart and spirit and a joy of life.

Sara loved her life. She loved her family, including the 4 footed members, and she loved her friends. Whenever we got together the first thing we did was look at the new photos and videos of her granddaughter and children. My life has been immeasurably enriched by having Sara in it and she will always be in my thoughts. Rest well my friend and remember, the next time we meet the first bourbon is on me.

Jeannette Holdridge

January 14, 2020

My deepest sympathy to your family with the loss of Sara. She was such a kind and gentle person who always wore a smile on her beautiful face. I remember how happy she was at her retirement party at the Cafe. She was always sweet and gracious to all. I am so very sorry to John who I saw so many many times having lunch with Sara during the work day. It was so obvious that you were each other's best friend and I'm glad that you were able to spend that extra hour with her all of those times.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY