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Derby Funeral Homes

  • Location in Connecticut

    Places

    Derby is also known as: New Haven County / Derby city.

    Derby contains: Sterling Opera House.

    Closest other cities near Derby offering funeral options

    Seymour | Ansonia | Shelton | New Haven | Naugatuck | Oxford | Monroe | Hamden | West Haven | Trumbull | Southbury
  • Ben Kopec (musician and  composer) was born in Derby.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Ben Kopec (musician and composer), Tom Condon (american football player), Danielle Ferland (actor), and Michele Ragussis (chef).

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  • Annual fireworks display from the Derby-Shelton Bridge

    History

    The city has a Metro-North railroad station called Derby – Shelton. Derby was settled in 1642 as an Indian trading post under the name Paugasset. It was named after Derby, England in 1675. In the nineteenth century, both corsets and hoop skirts were manufactured in the city. Charlton Comics, a comic book publishing company that existed from 1944 to 1986, was based in town. The city has resurrected an "historic trough" – a century-old granite structure with lion-head spigots—as part of a gateway entrance plaza at the Division Street entrance to the Derby Greenway. The fountain was given to the City in 1906 by the National Humane Alliance and erected at the intersection of Seymour and Atwater Avenues. The water was first turned on on June 1, 1906. Years later it was moved to Founders Commons when traffic patterns made its original location a problem. It fell into disrepair and was not used as a fountain while on Founders Commons. When the Derby Greenway was built, the fountain was moved...

    The official website for the city of Derby is http://www.lnvalley.org/derby/.

    There is currently 1 funeral home listing for the city of Derby, Connecticut.

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Edward F Adzima Funeral Home
253 Elizabeth St Send flowers
Derby, CT 06401

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