Gregory Allen Carchidi

Born: Tue., Dec. 9, 1958
Died: Mon., Apr. 8, 2019

Funeral Service


4:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Sat., Apr. 13, 2019
Location: Gagne-Piechowski Funeral Home

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Willimantic – Gregory A. Carchidi, 60, of Pearl St, passed away Monday, April 8, 2019, in his home.

He was born December 9, 1958 in New London, the son of Ralph and Marion (McDermott) Carchidi.

For thirty five years he worked at Rock Tenn, and after retiring he earned his Associates degree from Ridley Lowell. He volunteered many hours with Big Brothers and the New London Community Meal Center.

Gregg was a life long fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Boston Bruins. He loved to watch a good game with a cold brew.  Most of all, he cherished his two daughters and loved them more than life itself.

Gregg is survived by his daughters Elizabeth Carchidi of Colorado, Meghan Carchidi of Connecticut; two brothers Ralph (Sheryl) Carchidi, Glenn (Mary) Carchidi, Aunt Mary Rose (Everett) Favro and several nieces and nephews.

Calling hours will be Saturday April 13, 2019 from 4 to 6 PM at the Gagne-Piechowski Funeral Home 490 Voluntown Rd. Jewett City, CT.

Donations in his memory can be made to N. L. Community Meal Center 12 Montauk Ave New London, CT 06320.

Charitable donations may be made in Gregory 's memory to the following organization:

N.L. Community Meal Center
12 Montauk Ave New London, CT 06320

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Susan Dydo
   Posted Wed April 10, 2019
I can't express deeper sympathy for you girls! I loved your Dad!! He will be greatly missed. I'm so very sorry :(

David Bartlett
   Posted Wed April 10, 2019
Meg and Elizabeth,Your father was one of the best people I ever had the privilege of knowing and my dearest friend. He was so proud of you two and loved you both so much. He was easy to talk to and so easy to laugh. He was loved by all who knew him. He will be greatly missed.

Charlene & Michael Benjamin
   Posted Wed April 10, 2019
Our hearts go out to you girls. I remember your dad as a very easy going guy who's love for you two was his greatest source of joy. Daddy's little girls always. Mike worked with your dad for many years at the mill and always referred to him as a good guy. Lol That's deep for Mike! I pray that your memories of your Dad bring you peace and his love for you sustains you.

Pete Strand
   Posted Fri April 12, 2019
Your dad was a special person. Kind, Fair, Compassionate and Caring. I enjoyed working with him at the mill for over 25 years. I know from my experiences with each of you at the annual Christmas Party (as Santa) that he was being the parent that he should be. My sincere condolences. Pete Strand, Valdosta, GA

Carol Hill
   Posted Fri April 12, 2019
I knew Greg as a small child and watched him grow up to become a very nice caring guy. I became great friends with his Aunt Maryrose as we lived next door to each other on Jerome Rd. And she later became my sister-in-law.
I am sincerely sorry for your loss, my deepest sympathy.
Carol Hill

Evelyn Rogers
   Posted Sat April 13, 2019
I had the privilege of knowing your dad through my husband who worked with him at the mill. Always pleasant, respectful, and friendly, many will miss him so very much.

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