Obituaries for May 15


The following obituaries will be published in this week’s Southington Observer. For more information, look to Friday’s print or e-editions:

Geraldine D. Cook, 82, of West Hartford formerly of East Street, Southington, died on Friday, May 8 at John Dempsey Hospital in Farmington. She was the wife of the late Haldon A. Cook.

Augusta (Olsen) Costello, 77, of Plantsville, died on Monday, May 4 after a long illness. She was the wife of Harold Costello.

Retired US Air Force Major General Michael J. Ingelido, 98, a longtime resident of Colorado Springs and formerly of Southington, died at home in Colorado Springs, Colo. on Tuesday, April 28 after complications from a stroke.

Theresa E. (Nicolini) Kulis, 93, of Southington, formerly of New Britain, died surrounded by her family, on Wednesday, May 6 at the Southington Care Center. She had been the wife of the late Joseph W. Kulis for 56 years.

Ingrid Anna (Dohne) Millard, 77, of Meriden, died on Saturday, Feb. 14 at the Curtis Home in Meriden.

Lucille (Larson) Mongillo, 91, of Southington, widow of Albert J. Mongillo, died on Monday, May 4 surrounded by family. She was born on Nov. 27, 1923 in Southington to the late David and Nan Larson.

Holly (Burgess) Rosengrant, 58, of Plantsville, died on Tuesday, May 5 at Southington Care Center after a brief illness. She was the wife of Donald Rosengrant for 25 years.

Edna Florence (Mattson) Seilonen, 97, formerly of Connecticut and Florida, died on Monday, May 4 at Hartford Hospital. She had been the wife of the late Charles Seilonen for 56 years.

Do you have an obituary that you would like printed in The Southington Observer? Send the information to The Southington Observer, care of the editor John Goralski at, mail it to The Southington Observer, 213 Spring St., Southington, CT 06489, or fax it to The Southington Observer at (860)621-1841. Deadline is noon on Friday for the following week’s edition. The editor reserves the right to edit all notices for clarity, length, grammar, and style.

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