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In Memory

Thomas J. Paternoster

Thomas J. Paternoster

Paternoster, Thomas J.
Thomas J. Paternoster, 70, of Sandy Hook, CT, beloved husband of Charlene (Walters) Paternoster, died Friday March, 2014. He was born in Bridgeport on May 2, 1943 and was the son of the late Louis and Virginia (Mazzeo) Paternoster. After graduating from Central High School, Tom completed the State of Connecticut course for Plumbing and Heating. After studying for a year at the Bridgeport Engineering Institute he began his career as a Plumbing and Heating Contractor. Tom was the owner of T & C Plumbing & Heating Company in Newtown for nineteen years. After passing the exam for building official, he then worked in the Towns of Easton and Middlebury as Chief Building Official until he obtained the position of Chief Building Official for the Town of Newtown. Upon retirement, he was awarded the Certificate of Emeritus from the Department of Public Safety and the State Codes and Standards Committee. In addition to his wife Charlene, Tom is survived by two brothers; Lewis Paternoster and his wife Toni, and Robert Paternoster and his wife Lynn, two sisters; Marilyn Moretti and Rosemary Gasper and many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews. 


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03/10/14 10:32 AM #1    

Dennis H. Watkins

Tom and I were friends at Central and he was a great person. Although I have not seen him for such a long time it saddens me to learn of his passing. I am sure he will be missed by many. Thanks Tom for being my friend at Central. My sincere condolences to his family...  Den

03/11/14 04:24 PM #2    

Henry Rotzal

Thoughts and Prayers to Tom's family in their time of grief. RIP Tom.

Hank Rotzal class of 61

09/06/14 04:08 PM #3    

Linda V. Falcone (Nowaczyk)

So sorry, again, to hear of another classmates passing.  I am sending my heartfelt prayers and sympathies to Thomas J Pasternoster's wife, brothers & sisters.  May he RIP.  God Bless.  Sincerely, Linda Falcone Nowaczyk...

02/16/22 11:15 AM #4    

Dennis H. Watkins

Thinking of you today, Tom.     Den

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