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Leonard J. Cifone

Leonard J. "Corky" Cifone, Jr., 73, of Bristol, CT, passed away, Sunday, July 12th, at Bristol Hospital.

Leonard was born in Bristol, CT on November 4, 1941, a son of the late Bernice (Zepecki) and Leonard J. Cifone, Sr.

He served in the National Guards for 6 years and was a volunteer for Burlington Fire Department for many years.

He was employed as a machinist at New Departure Hyatt Division of General Motors for 30 years before he retired in 1997.

Leonard was avid sportsman, coach and fan.  He was a devoted Yankee fan.

Leonard is survived by a daughter, Tracy C. Angelillo, two sons, Timothy J. Cifone and his fiancé Susan E. Rotondo,

Michael J. Cifone and his wife Amanda D. Fioretti, and their mother Priscilla R. Cifone, two grandsons, Matthew and Nicholas Angelillo and their father Robert Angelillo.

The family will hold a private ceremony for Leonard J. Cifone.

Leonard was always known as a dog lover (Labradors), so the family asks that any memorials be donated to Labs4resue,inc., PO Box 955, Killingworth, CT 06419.

Dunn Funeral Home 191 West St. Bristol, CT 06010 is in charge of the arrangements.

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We are so sorry to hear this sad news about Corky.  It is so hard to lose a parent.  Our deepest sympathies, Tracy, Tim & Michael.  There are many fond memories that will always be in your heart.  We have some fun memories of your Dad too.  Priscilla, our heart is with you as well. May God give all of you peace in your hearts and comfort you in the days ahead.
Much love to all of you.

Sandy & Dave Cifone Jul 24 2015 12:00 AM

Corky was always a good, friendly, and helpful Burlington neighbor with a wry sense of humor.  Our condolences to Tracy, Tim, and Michael.  Tom & Ellie

Tom & Ellie Hebert Jul 16 2015 12:00 AM

Hi Tracy,

I just wanted to you to know that I am truly sorry for your loss.  May your father rest in peace.  

Thinking of you,
Mary Anne Signore

Mary Anne Signore Jul 16 2015 12:00 AM