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Carol Asprelli, 80, of Branford died on June 23 at the Arden House of Hamden. She was born in New Haven on July 27, 1938, to the late Octavio and Mary Forgione Asprelli.
Carol loved visitors, especially her family, was a huge Dunkin fan, especially their coffee and bagels with cream cheese, and was very fond of her brother Billy’s cat Daisy.
She is survived by two brothers, William Asprelli of Westbrook and Frank (Diane) Asprelli of New Haven; a sister, Elaine (Robert) Giannotti of North Haven; as well as many nieces and nephews. Besides her parents, she was predeceased by a sister-in-law, Jacqueline Asprelli; a niece, Lisa Giannotti; a nephew, Robert Giannotti; as well as several aunts and uncles.
There was a funeral service June 28 at the East Haven Memorial Longobardi–Brennan Funeral Home, 425 Main St., East Haven, 203-467-1708. Burial was in Center Cemetery, North Haven. Friends called prior to the service. Please visit Carol’s memorial page at easthavenmemorial.com and sign her guest book.
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