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William S. Maguda
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Birth: Nov. 15, 1920
Kensington
Hartford County
Connecticut, USA
Death: Aug. 17, 2001
New Britain
Hartford County
Connecticut, USA

William S. Maguda, 80, of Plainville, husband of Lorraine (Labby) Maguda, died Friday, (August 17, 2001) at New Britain General Hospital. Mr. Maguda was born November 15, 1920 in Kensington and was a son of the late Walenti and Victoria (Kula) Maguda. He resided in New Britain and Southington before moving to Plainville 22 years ago, he was employed at Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, Southington for 35 years before retiring in 1985. He was a staff sergeant with Company A, 8th Armored Infantry Battalion of the U.S. Army during World War II, was a recipient of both the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star, he served at the Battle of the Bulge. In addition to his wife, Mr. Maguda is survived by a son, Stephen W. Maguda of Plainville; three daughters, Carol DiLoreto of Farmington, Linda Franco of West Hartford, and Susan Daigle of Southington; a brother, Frank Maguda of Meriden; a sister, Helen Kurnik of Berlin; five grandchildren, Debra, Dennis Jr., Marc DiLoreto and Jennifer and Eric Daigle; a great grandson, Alec DiLoreto; and several nieces and nephews. Burial with Military Honors will follow in Saint Joseph Cemetery, Plainville.  
 
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  Lorraine Labbie Maguda (1926 - 2003)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Saint Josephs Cemetery
Plainville
Hartford County
Connecticut, USA
 
Created by: Toby
Record added: Aug 20, 2001
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William S. Maguda
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William S. Maguda
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William S. Maguda
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 Added: Aug. 20, 2001
 
 
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