Lois Sonnone

Lois M. Sonnone (Pinchera)

Saturday, January 18th, 1941 - Thursday, April 30th, 2020
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Lois M. (Pinchera) Sonnone, 79, formerly of Hartford, Wethersfield and
Rocky Hill, peacefully passed away Thursday, April 30, 2020 at McLean
Home in Simsbury after a long courageous battle with Alzheimers. Lois
was born January 18, 1941 and raised in Hartford, daughter to the late
Henry and Rose (Guardiani) Pinchera. She attended Hartford Schools,
and graduated from Bulkeley High School. Lois was a devout catholic,
attending Sunday Mass at St. Luke’s Church, Hartford and when she
relocated to Wethersfield then Rocky Hill, she was a communicant of
the Church of the Incarnation, Wethersfield, then St. James Church of
St. Josephine Bakita Parish, Rocky Hill. Lois was a dedicated employee
for many years at Carbone’s Ristorante, Hartford, holding the position of
Office Manager. Growing up in the South End made her a perfect fit
and allowed her to make many wonderful and lasting friendships.
She was a loving mother and very involved in her kids activities as
they were growing up. Lois will be deeply missed and fondly remembered
by her loving children, her son Stephen T. Sonnone of Kensington;
her daughter Dr. Karen Sonnone McAndrew and her husband Rob Harris;
as well as an adored grandson, Thomas McAndrew, all of Mechanicsville, VA.
She also leaves behind many devoted and loving friends and neighbors.
During her 13 year journey with Alzheimers, Lois would often say
“I love you too much” to those that cared for her. In today’s times,
it is a phrase that Lois would have wanted everyone to live by.
To honor Lois, please go out into the world and “love too much”.
The family would like to offer thanks to the wonderful staff at McLean
Home in Simsbury for their many years of exceptional care.
A Private graveside service will be held On Tuesday May 12 at 11:30am
and will be live streamed thru see website for instructions).
A Mass of Christian Burial and Celebration of Life will be scheduled and
announced at a later date. Lois’ funeral arrangements have been
entrusted to the Farley-Sullivan Funeral Home, Wethersfield.
To extend online condolences and/or share a memory, please visit
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to team "Mama
Sonnone" at the Alzheimer's Association Connecticut Chapter, 200
Executive Boulevard Ste 4B, Southington, CT 06489.
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Barbara Chapman

Posted at 02:30pm
Lois, my dear friend of so many years. We met in first grade at Naylor School and started a lifelong friendship. You've left behind for me to cherish always the many beautiful memories of the love and laughter we shared. I will miss your smiling face, your great sense of humor, your kindness and your steadfast friendship. Rest in peace in the loving arms of our God. You are Home at last.

Love, Barbara Ann
Love, Barbara Ann

Carl Carbone

Posted at 06:54am
God took our very dear friend Lois home and she will be missed. She left us with beautiful memories to comfort us in the days ahead, her smile, friendship and love. She is finally free of her earthly disease and I know her spirit will always be with us.
Rest In Peace my friend, Lucille and Carl ❤️

Kathie Lawlor

Posted at 09:54pm
Stephen ~ I have missed your Mom for many years now. I miss her warm hugs, big smiles and loving heart. She was a wonderful neighbor who I adored. I am so sorry she suffered so long with this terrible disease but in her honor we will continue to walk and hopefully see them find a cure for it. I love you buddy! Love always, Kathie.

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