The Paradis Funeral Home was built in 1871 by Dr. Johnson R. Woodward. Mr. Fred H. Lullmann purchased the home in 1935 from Elizabeth I. Copp and founded the Lullmann Funeral Home. Jules E. and Edith L. Paradis purchased the funeral home in 1948...
Funeral Homes in Fabyan, CT
Below you fill find all funeral homes and cemeteries in or near Fabyan.
Suburbs of Fabyan: N Grosvenordl, North Grosvendale.
Their current mayor is Mayor Daniel Rovero.
Zip codes in the city: 06245, 06255.
Windham County funeral flowers can be purchased from one of the local funeral shops we partner with.
Mulhane Home for Funerals has been independently owned and operated by five generations of the Mulhane Family since its establishment in 1872. For over 140 years Mulhane Home for Funerals has been owned and operated by five generations of the...
Our history dates back to the early 1900's when Bert Beers opened the Bert L. Beers Funeral Home on N. Main Street in Palmer, MA. He operated it as such until Herbert Story was hired shortly after returning from World War II.
In July 1976, while the nation was celebrating the bicentennial of our country, Charles F. Oteri purchased the Pasini Funeral Home at 33 Cottage St. in Franklin. With financial assistance from his former employer, Folsom Funeral Service, he moved...
Donald C. Morris had a vision that he would own and operate a funeral home that would served the community in a relaxed and caring manner. In 1952, he purchased the property at 40 Main Street (Route 30) in Southborough, and opened the doors of...
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Facts about the city
Thompson is a rural town in Windham County, Connecticut, United States. The town was named after Sir Robert Thompson, an English landholder. The population was 9,458 at the 2010 census. Thompson is located in the northeastern corner of the state and is bordered on the north by Webster, Massachusetts and Dudley, Massachusetts, on the east by Douglas, Massachusetts and Burrillville, Rhode Island, on the west by Woodstock, Connecticut, and on the south by Putnam, Connecticut.Thompson has the highest-banked race track (Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, a 5/8 mile oval and a restored 1.7 mile road course) in New England. This speedway holds one of the biggest race programs in New England, The World Series of Auto Racing, where 16 divisions and about 400 cars show up each fall. Another claim to fame is that the Tri-State Marker is located just on the border of Thompson. The term \"Swamp Yankee\" is thought to have originated in Thompson during the American Revolution in 1776.Thompson was the site of the Great East Thompson Train Wreck in 1891, one of the worst train wrecks in American history and the only one to involve four trains.
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Thompson is located in the northeastern corner of the state and is bordered on the north by Webster, Massachusetts Massachusetts, on the east by Douglas, Massachusetts and Burrillville, Rhode Island and on the south by Putnam. Thompson is a rural New England town in Windham County, Connecticut County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 8,878 at the 2000 United States Census census. The 10 villages of Thompson include: East Thompson, Wilsonville, Fabyan, Quinebaug, Connecticut Quaddick, Mechanicsville, Grosvenordale, North Grosvenordale, Connecticut Grosvenordale, Thompson Hill, and West Thompson. .
The official website for the city of Fabyan is http://www.thompsonct.org/.
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