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In Memory

Lindsay Rich (Eastland)

Lindsay Rich (Eastland)


Lindsay B. Eastland, age 76, of West Haven passed away on April 14, 2020. Lindsay was born in Bridgeport, CT on June 20, 1943, daughter of the late Alexander and Margaret (Graulich) Rich. Lindsay graduated from the University of Bridgeport, and lived in West Haven for most of her life. She loved arts and crafts and decorating the world around her. She especially enjoyed visits with her family, and walking along the West Haven waterfront.

Lindsay is survived by her daughter Alicia Quarrier and her husband Ian Quarrier, of Merrimac, MA and sister Martha Rich and husband Jack Granata of Darien, CT; her two granddaughters, Atlee and Isabelle Quarrier, nephew and niece, Alex and Katie Granata, and former husband James Eastland

There will be a private service at a future date. 

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08/30/20 11:57 AM #1    

Gwendolyn R. Winkler

So sorry for your loss. Lindsay was a great girl so I imagine a great lady.

08/30/20 12:09 PM #2    

Thomas J. Galemba

To the family of Lindsay. Im so sorry for your loss. Lindsay was a very quiet reserved girl in high school. Besides being pretty she had a great smile.

08/30/20 02:42 PM #3    

Marie E. Coletta (Cocozza)

so sorry to hear, Lindsey was a sweet lady


Marie Coletta Cocozza

08/30/20 06:53 PM #4    

Patricia M. Teller (Buske-Zainal)

I have fond memories of Lindsay.  I'm very sad to hear that she passed away this past spring.


08/31/20 11:46 AM #5    

C. Robert Clark

 While I was not a close friend of Lindsay, she was one of those people who even after such a long time stand out in your mind. She was a sweet young girl who could only say nice things about everybody. I’m sure she will  be deeply missed.   My sincerest sympathies to her family and friends.


08/31/20 04:18 PM #6    

Dennis H. Watkins

Lindsay's high school photo looks familiar but we were not friends. My sincere condolences to her family. Den Watkins

09/01/20 09:46 PM #7    

Diane M. Barabas (Dillman)


I am sorry for your loss.  I knew Lindsay since Middlebrook Jr. High.  She was  a lovely, quiet person.  I am glad she enjoyed the arts and crafts in her life.  Please accept my sincere condolences.  Diane Barabas Dillman



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