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There is not a predetermined dress code, but in remembrance of Lulu, we will all be wearing something in a very light baby blue color. This is not a precondition, but rather a courtesy that we have extended to her in the form of a choice decision (scarf, tie, bag, shoes, etc.). I would like to take advantage of this chance once more to convey my gratitude for the stunning cards, breath-taking flowers, and heartfelt sentiments that have been offered in Lulu’s honor since her passing. Please accept my sincere apologies for the inconvenience this may cause.
At the age of 75, Louise J. Wilcox, who had previously resided in New Britain, passed away at the Hospital of Central Connecticut in New Britain on the 15th of December, 2020. She was preceded in death by her first husband Richard, her second husband Daniel Wilcox, and her sister Noreen Pelto. Richard was her first spouse, and Daniel Wilcox was her second husband. She was the daughter of Casimer and Helen (Urbanowicz) Zaczkowski, both of whom passed away, and was born in New Britain. Prior to Louise’s retirement, she spent the previous 25 years working as an employee at Church Homes in West Hartford.
She volunteered her time with the Hospital of Central Connecticut Auxiliary, the Friendship Center in New Britain, and the Hospital for Special Care. Her daughter Tracy and her husband Dave Dube, together with her two sons Richard Nappi and his wife Julie Rybka, Michael and his wife Paula Nappi, are among those who are still living. She is survived by her nine wonderful grandchildren, Samantha, Jordyn, and Mitchel Nappi; Chris, D.J., and Tyler Dube; Ricky, Jasmine, and Jessica Nappi; as well as by her great-grandchildren, Hayden, David Joseph, Camden, and Brooks. Her children are Samantha Nappi, Jordyn Nappi, and Mitchel Nappi. Chris Dube, D.J. Dube, and Tyler Dube. A significant portion of Louise’s time was devoted to her grandchildren. She was the most generous grandma anyone could ask for; after each of her grandchildren graduated from high school, she took them all on vacation.