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Richard C. Segreto, Sr.Richard âDickâ C. Segreto Sr., 74, of Indian Trail Road, Bristol, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 14, 2014, at Bristol Hospital.
Dick was born in Yonkers, N.Y., on Oct. 24, 1939, the son of the late Frank and Frances (Serravelle) Segreto. During the course of his life he moved to Bristol, where he was a longtime resident.
He was a veteran in the Army. He worked for over 24 years at the Department of Corrections in Cheshire where he retired in 1989.
He was a member at St. Anthony Church. He was a member of clubs such as The Elks Club BPOE No. 1010, The American Legion Post No. 2, the Italian Social Club of Bristol, the Bristol Fish and Game and the Westerly Yacht Club.
He is survived by two sons, Richard C. Segreto Jr. and his friend, Barbie Daggett of Bristol; and Raymond R. Segreto and his wife, Andrea, and their daughter, Mackenzie of Pawcatuck; along with his nieces, Lori and Tina; and his nephew, Frank Jr.; and many dear friends and neighbors.
Dick was a wonderful father, grandfather, uncle and friend. He will be greatly missed. He loved and was loved by all who knew him.
The family would also like to extend a very special thank you to the ICU nursing staff and ICU doctors at Bristol Hospital, for the extraordinary care they provided for Dick.
To abide by his wishes, there will be no calling hours.
Friends and family are invited to a Mass of Christian Burial which will be held on Saturday, March 22, at 11 a.m., at St Anthony Church, 111 School St., Bristol. Burial will follow with military honors in St. Joseph Cemetery, Bristol.
Arrangements are being handled by Dunn Funeral Home, 191 West St., Bristol.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the St. Anthony Development Fund, 111 School St., Bristol, CT 06010.
For online expressions of sympathy to the family and to share a memory, please visit www.Dunnfh.com.
Dear Rich,Our thought's and prayers go out to You and your family.We were so sad when We received the news,and are so sorry.
Wes & Lee Mar 24 2014 12:00 AM
Dick was a great father and grandfather to his sons and grand daughter when ever we spoke he always talked about how much his family ment to him We will all miss him at the D.A.V.He was always a confidon't to many vets He will be missed
Al Church Mar 22 2014 12:00 AM
Rich and Ray, sorry for the loss of your dad. I'll miss seeing him on the top steps in the morning when I drive by the church on my way into work. May he rest in peace. Joanna
Joanna Salvatore Mar 22 2014 12:00 AM
Rich and Ray, my deepest sympathy to you both. Prayers to you and all your family during this time. May the Lord keep him safe in heaven from this day forward and give you both the strength to carry on. May the years of memories live on through you all and help you through the grieving process. Don't be afraid to turn to each other for help. May prayers and peaceful thoughts coming your way.
Celine (Bouchard) Kisser Mar 20 2014 12:00 AM
Rich and Ray we are very sorry and saddened at the passing of your Dad.
He is an angel watching over everyone. We will miss him dearly as we love having him as a neighbor. We were very blessed to have Dick in our lives
Chris, Ziggy, Allison and Matthew Seroczynski Mar 20 2014 12:00 AM
Dear family of Dick Segreto
Members of our Rosary group express our condolences to you by
saying how much we enjoyed his holy participation in saying the rosary every saturaday morning. We will greatly miss his charimatic friendship.
St. Gregory Rosary Group Mar 20 2014 12:00 AM
My deepest sympathy ,my thoughts and prayers are with you and family good buddy and true friend,greatly missed but never forgotten
Oreste Bona Mar 19 2014 12:00 AM
Rich and Ray, sorry for the passing of your dad. Praying that memories will comfort you through the saddness, that his love and presence is felt by you always and that his soul finds rest in the arms of God.
Kristie (Johndrow) Oren Mar 19 2014 12:00 AM
On behalf of our family I would like to say that Dick is certainly going to be missed. He was the best neighbor, friend and father. He truly loved his son's and adored his granddaughter. We sat on his concrete "deck" (private joke) on many occasions where he would drink red wine, cook on the grill and talk of how important they all were to him.
Dick was "always" busy in his yard and would offer to help out with any project we were working on. He watched our children grow and laughed as they nicknamed and, then called him "bunny rabbit." He was as gentle and caring a person that I have ever known.
Jeffrey Beauchamp Mar 19 2014 12:00 AM
I was fortunate to have known Dick from Saint Anthonys and enjoyed his morning greetings. He was eager to share his love for God with everyone he met.
He would always share spiritual articles and books that he thought I would enjoy. We also participated in the Rosary at Saint Gregorys on Saturday mornings.
My deepest sympathy to your family. Dicks memory will live on in my heart and prayers.
Arlene Poucher Mar 19 2014 12:00 AM