Ed Baribault

July 14, 1947February 14, 2021

Ed Baribault, 73, of Cheshire, passed away on Sunday, February 14, 2021 at Midstate Medical Center in Meriden. He was the loving husband of Beth Ann (Hoyt) Baribault for 52 years.

Born on July 14, 1947 in Waterbury, he was the son of the late Albert and Adeline (Schmidt) Baribault.

Ed worked in Quality Control for Timex for over 30 years before semi-retiring and working for ProStrong. Ed loved sports of all kinds and even coached his children when they were growing up. He was a big fan of the Yankees, the Cleveland Browns, UCONN Women’s basketball, golf, and watching all his grandchildren’s sports games. He also enjoyed taking trips to Disney.

Ed was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and all-around great guy. Family was very important to him. He always had a positive outlook, was humble, easy-going, and had the patience of a saint.

In addition to his wife Beth, he is survived by his children, Michael Baribault and his wife Beth of Southington, Michele Baribault of Cheshire, and Shawn Baribault and his wife Mary of Southington; his grandchildren, Alyson Baribault and her fiancé Tyler of Clark Mills, NY, Ray Dayton and his fiancé Najma of Cheshire, Bret, Jamie and Justin Baribault all of Southington.

In addition to his parents, Ed is predeceased by Jeffrey Baribault, his infant son who passed as a result of SIDS and his sister Joan McClusky.

Due to the current pandemic services will be private to the family. The DellaVecchia Funeral Home, 211 N. Main St., Southington has been entrusted with the arrangements. For online condolences please visit


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Barbara Zurowski Wallace

February 19, 2021

I remember Ed at Darcy School. Seven years of good memories. I’m he passed so young.

Steve McCluskey

February 19, 2021

We are so shocked and saddened by this news. My family grieves with you over his passing. Uncle Ed has always been a positive, jovial and reassuring presence whenever we had the pleasure of getting together and I will always keep that in my memories of him. He will surely be missed.

Melissa Lapila Hallgren

February 19, 2021

Sending our condolences to the family. Such fond memories of him growing up. A truly good man.

The Lapila family

Loren McCormick

February 18, 2021

Mike, Beth and family
Thinking of you and your loved ones , wishing you moments of peace and comfort in the loss of such a gentleman
In friendship and sympathy
Dave and Loren McCormick

Kathi Hall

February 18, 2021

Shawn and Family - With Deepest Sympathy
Kathi Hall
James T. Kay Co.

Don Cretella

February 17, 2021

A true gentleman. A great dad, husband, grandfather. What else could you ask for. He treated my sister like she was one of his own....
I always enjoyed talking Yankees and UConn women’s hoop with him. And I will always think of him when I watch a Cleveland Browns game. Vaya con dios, Ed.

Wendy Maksel

February 17, 2021

Michelle and family
I’m so sorry for your loss. May the love of friends and family comfort you at this time.

Madeline Hendricks

February 17, 2021

Dear Ed,
I will miss going to UConn games with you.
Rest in rest,
Love, Madeline

Michele Baribault

February 16, 2021

Dad- the world is missing one of the best people anyone could have known. The love you had for your family and the kids you’ve coached over the years was never ending.
We will miss your jokes, your laugh, your hugs, but most of all we will miss your smile
Every time I go to start the lawn mower I will laugh and make circles just to drive you nuts as you watch over us
Love you
Miki— doots

Nancy Badore

February 16, 2021

Words cannot describe how sad we are to hear our dear friend Ed has earned his wings. We will miss your calls, emails and visits. Hugs to Beth and family.