Karen L. Paquette
WOODSTOCK — Karen L. (Campbell) Paquette, 54, of Woodstock, died Dec. 28, 2015, at Day Kimball Hospital in Putnam. Daughter of Odena (Audette) Campbell and the late Robert Campbell, she was  born Feb. 3, 1961, in Putnam.
Wife of Chandler Paquette, they were married on Aug. 17, 1985.
She worked for Crabtree and Evelyn for 11 years as a manager, then 10 years at the Hyde School, and was currently the head chef at Woodstock Academy for the past five years. Her family meant everything to her. She and Chandler always cooked the breakfast at the annual Turkey Dip for MDA on Thanksgiving morning. She was a member of the Republican Town Committee in Woodstock. She loved her home in Woodstock.
She leaves her husband Chandler Paquette of Woodstock; her mother Odena Campbell of Putnam; two daughters Amanda Paquette of Woodstock and Chelsea Paquette of Pomfret; two grandchildren Elizabeth and Jessica Leach; siblings Donna Young (Doug) of Woodstock, Robert Campbell Jr. of Putnam, Michael “Peach” Campbell of Woodstock, and her dog Rosie.
A Memorial Service was Jan. 2 at the East Woodstock Congregational Church. Donations: Town of Woodstock Recreation Committee, Attn. Recreation Director, 415 Route 169, Woodstock, CT 06281. Smith & Walker Funeral Home, 148 Grove St., Putnam.
Jeannette Jimmo
QUINEBAUG — Jeannette P. Jimmo, 88, of Quinebaug, died unexpectedly Dec. 29, 2015, at home. She was the wife of the late Sidney H. Jimmo. They were married March 25, 1967. He died Aug. 4, 1998. 
She was born Oct. 11, 1927, in Carroll, Maine, daughter of Roy and Minnie (McLaughlin) Smith.  She lived in Woodstock since 1965, moving to Quinebaug in 2007.  She worked as a packer at a clothes pin factory in Maine and as an inspector at Anchor Glass in Dayville for 26 years, retiring in 1991. Jeannette attended the Hope Community Church in Putnam for many years. She was a member of the Interfaith Stitchers as she enjoyed crocheting and knitting. Games, puzzles, traveling and socializing with friends and family were her favorite pastimes. Having lived in Lincoln for many years, she enjoyed going back to spend her summers with family there. Jeannette was known for her bubbly personality, positive attitude and an infectious laugh.
She leaves her children Marlene Ogden of Woodstock, Myron Ogden Jr. of New Hampshire and Florida and his partner Claire Audette. She was predeceased by her two sons Woodrow “Woody” Ogden in 2013 and Norman Ogden in 1948. She also leaves her daughter-in-law Rose Ogden of Putnam; four grandchildren:  Robin Diranian (Mike), Lisa Meehan (Mike), Penny Ogden and Mandy Ogden, 10 great-grandchildren: Jacob, Madeline, Ethan, Lauren, Ava, Evan, Anna, Alison, twins Hannah and Hailey; close friends and nieces: Doris Taylor, Barb DeRoche, Debbie Hawkins and Ruth Perry.
The Service was Jan. 2 at Smith and Walker Funeral Home, 148 Grove St., Putnam, with burial in Elmvale Cemetery, Woodstock. Donations: St. Jude‘s Children’s Hospital. PO Box 1000, Memphis, TN 38101-9908. 
Antanas Juzaitis
PUTNAM — Antanas Juzaitis, 99, of Thurber Rd, died Dec. 24, 2015, in Matulaitis Nursing Home.  He was the husband of the late Kazimiera (Ramanaskas) Juzaitis.  Born in 1916 in Raguva, Lithuania, he was the son of the late Stasys and Marcele (Juospaitis) Juozapavicius.
Mr. Juzaitis worked as an engineer at Catalytic Engineering.
He leaves a son Raymond Juzaitis (Helen); two daughters Kristina Juzaitis and her husband Ira Robbins, and Diane Juzaitis; two grandchildren Antanas Juzaitis and Lina “Leanne” Juzaitis. 
A Mass of Christian Burial was Jan. 5 at St. Andrew Lithuanian Catholic Church in Philadelphia, with burial at Calvary Cemetery in W. Conshohocken, Penn. Gilman Funeral Home, 104 Church St., Putnam. 
Frederick Zulkiewicz
PUTNAM — Frederick W. Zulkiewicz, 88, of Hawkins Rd., died Dec. 29, 2015, in UMass Memorial Hospital.  He was the husband of the late Madeline (Bernier) Zulkiewicz.  Born in 1927 in Woodstock, he was the son of the late Leon and Antonia (Bida) Zulkiewicz.
Mr. Zulkiewicz worked as a self-employed carpenter and was a member of the Local #23 Carpenters Union.  Frederick loved riding his Harley Davidson and building houses.  
In addition to his wife, he leaves his daughter, Kathleen of Delaware; sisters, Adela Jankot of Webster, and Cecilia Desaulnier of Killingly; and several grandchildren.  He is predeceased by two brothers.
The Graveside Service was Jan. 2 in St. Mary Cemetery. Gilman Funeral Home, 104 Church St. Putnam.
Alice D. Guay
DAYVILLE — Alice D. (Grondalski) Guay, 82, formerly of Cardinal Dr., died Jan. 3, 2016, at Davis Place Nursing Home. She was the wife of the late Gerald F. Guay Sr.  Born in 1933 in the Goodyear section of Killingly, she was the daughter of the late Frank and Antonia Grandalski.
Alice married Gerald Guay “Jerry” in 1953 and moved to Chaplin soon after. They nurtured their four children there, and in 1976, they moved to Louisiana.
After her husband died in 2005, she stayed with her daughter; Laurie and her husband Joe, moving back to Killingly two years later. She lived with her son Glenn and his wife Helena for seven years. During the last two years of her life, she was a resident of Davis Place in Danielson.
Alice was blind for more than 25 years due to the effects of diabetes. Not once did she complain or lament about her condition. Her “what can you do?” attitude allowed her to take life in stride without grumbling. She shared her smile and laughter with everyone.
Alice enjoyed listening to Judge Judy and other such programs. Probably her favorite pastime was talking on the telephone. She was very likely the only person that could call a wrong number, and then hold a conversation for an hour – she never met a stranger. She hade a bubbly personality.
She leaves her sister Bertha Kuszaj; her sons, Gary Guay (Laurie), Glenn Guay Sr. (Helena); her daughter Laurie Null (Marcel “Joe”); her grandchildren, Glenn Guay Jr. (Edyta), Jennifer Stone, Amy Bouzrak, and Matthew Guay; her two great-grandchildren, Sami and Saphia; her brother-in-law Milton Guay and his current wife Barbara, sister-in-law Mary Frost (Robert), sister-in-law Rita Guay. Alice was predeceased by her husband of 52 years, Gerald F. Guay Sr., her son Gerald Guay Jr., her brothers Ted, John, and Joseph, her sisters Mary, Wanda, and Geneveva, and sister-in-law Shirley Guay.
She will be buried alongside her husband and son at Port Hudson National Cemetery in Zachary, La. The Gilman Funeral Home, 104 Church St., Putnam. 
Paul Sharpe Sr.
WEBSTER/WOODSTOCK — Paul E. Sharpe Sr., 74, died Dec. 29, 2015, at the Pierce Memorial Baptist Home in Brooklyn.   
He was born in Worcester son of the late Howard and Vera (Richards) Sharpe and lived in Woodstock for three years prior to that living in Webster.  He was a manager for many years at Iandolis Super Market in Worcester. 
He leaves a son, Paul E. Sharpe Jr. of N. Grosvenordale; a daughter Kelly Sharpe of Georgia, and a grandson Paul E. Sharpe III of Pascoag; two great-grandchildren; two sisters, Carol Sharpe and Barbara Blakley, both of Florida. 
Service and burial were private. Donations: American Lung Association. Shaw-Majercik Funeral Home, Webster.
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