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Philip D. Batrow


Published Sep. 04, 2019

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Philip D. Batrow of Branford died Aug. 27 at Yale New Haven Hospital. Philip was born July 21, 1946 in New Haven, a son of the late Peter P. and Julia Tisko Batrow. He was a lifelong resident of Branford. He was a supervisor for his family business, Batrow, Inc., until retiring. Philip is survived by his brother Peter (Ann) Batrow of Westminster, California and cousins John and Mary Ellen Batrow.

His funeral left the W.S. Clancy Memorial Funeral Home, Branford, on Sept. 4 for a Mass of Christian burial in St. Mary Church of St. John Bosco Parish, Branford. Burial followed in Branford Center Cemetery. For his online memorial, see

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