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Miguel A. Nazario, 87, of North Haven, passed away peacefully on May 6 at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He was the beloved husband of the late Louise Schick Nazario. Miguel was one of 15 children and was born in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, on Dec. 24, 1931, and was the son of the late Francisco Jose Nazario and Rafaela Cardona Serrano Nazario.
He served his country faithfully in the US Marine Corps in Korea during the Korean War. Miguel worked for American Powder Metals for almost 30 years and later started the M & B Builders. He was a talented carpenter and handyman, making many beautiful pieces of furniture.
He was the father of Daniel and Robert Nazario, David (Angela) and James Nazario, Linda Fruin and the late Michael A. Nazario. He was the grandfather of Kelly, James, Jr., Daniel, Adriana, Christine, Chris, Brittany, Miranda, Joseph, Hannah, and Niklas. He was the great-grandfather of Emmett.
The visiting hours May 8 at the North Haven Funeral Home, 36 Washington Ave. His funeral procession left the funeral home on May 9. A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated in Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity Parish at St. Therese Church, 555 Middletown Ave., North Haven. Interment with full military honors followed in All Saints Cemetery. For an online obituary, visit www.northhavenfuneral.com.
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