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In Memory

Sharon J. Casey (Lannotti)

Sharon J. Casey (Lannotti)

IANNOTTI, SHARON JEAN CASEY Sharon Jean Casey Iannotti, age 73, of Ocala, Florida/Milford, CT passed away peacefully Thursday, January 12, 2017 after battling a long chronic illness. She was surrounded by her loving family. Sharon was born in Bridgeport, CT, the daughter of the late William Casey and Leah Rauscher Casey. She is survived by her husband Jerry G. Iannotti of 54 years, her sons, John J. Iannotti, Jerry W. Iannotti and wife Julie, daughter Jean M. Iannotti, her grandchildren, Joseph R. Iannotti, Jamie M. Iannotti, Gianna M. Iannotti, and Amber L. Iannotti. Sharon was predeceased by her two sisters Carol Rodia and Janet Michalek. Sharon was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, aunt and Godmother. She loved her Irish roots, was happiest when surrounded by her family, her snowmen collectibles , and watching her children/ grandchildren play sports. She resided in Milford, CT most of her life, which held a special place in her heart. She was also a devoted member of St. Mary’s Church in Milford, CT.



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01/22/17 12:16 PM #1    

Dennis H. Watkins

My deepest sympathy is extended to Sharon's husband and four children  Although I was not a close friend of Sharon, looking at her yearbook picture she certainly looks very familiiar. Most likely we were in at least one or two classes together. It is sad when we lose another classmate but you will remain a fond memory in many of our hearts. Our bond as the Central Class of 1961 will never be broken. I am sure Sharon is now at peace and free of pain.


Dennis and Joan Watkins

01/23/17 01:08 PM #2    

Maureen Riley (Jones)

RIP Sharon. As a close friend at Central, we spent many hours together going to area dances (hops to us), games and so many other activities that I remember so well. She will be sorely missed by everyone she knew. God be with her family at this time with peace and comfort.

01/23/17 03:09 PM #3    

Ruth L. Johnson (Colquit)


I too remember Sharon as a beautiful classmate and am so sorry to hear of her passing.  I extend my deepest sympathy to her family

Ruth Colquit




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