I am a volunteer at the Bushnell and enjoyed working with Howard for many years. He will be missed. Revelation 21:3,4 speaks about when death will be no more. We all look forward to welcoming back our loved ones. He spoke with great love about his daughter and grandchildren.
How sad I was to hear of Howard's passing. Such a nice man and loving father (and no doubt grandfather and great grandfather too). I know the pain of losing your father is not easy, but take solace in the fact that he had a long and rewarding life filled with love and great friendships. Please accept my most heartfelt condolences and I hope wonderful memories of him help you through this difficult time. Please extend my sympathies to Steven, Jessica and your beautiful grandchildren.
Once again, so very sorry for your loss. Sending love and prayers your way.
Howard was a great guy and always welcome over many many years at our shared lunch table. His stories of his every day life used to bring us daily joy. He always had a smile on his face and seemed to have life figured put pretty well. I'll miss him, just knowing he is no longer with us. God bless you Howard and your family. See you soon. Tom Huettner
My condolences to the Madsen family.
I met Howard in 1985 when CBT had a shuttle service from E. Hartford to One Plaza in Hartford. Although we worked in different buildings, he was instrumental in my joining the hiking, biking group. We had the best group of friends & had lots of laughs during my 7 yrs in the group.
Rest in peace Howie
Nancy (Tetro) Johnson
MY condolences to his daughter and family. I worked at CBT and often Howard would visit me in my cubicle and we would chat. He also was a neighbor of mine at Lydall Colonial Village, in Manchester,CT. Many times I would encounter him walking with Magda in our neighborhood. A very nice man and a lost to our community, Betty Sartori
I am SO sorry to hear of Howard's passing.....we spent MANY year working together at the good old CBT....he is in my thoughts and prayers.....
To Howard's Family ~~ Howard was a member of the CBT Family for many, many years, including as a long-time member of the CBT Alumni Club. He came to many holiday parties and was always full of good cheer, greeting everyone with his usual friendliness and participating with enthusiasm. He will be greatly missed by all of us.
We send you our deepest condolences.
Noreen P. Cullen
Vice President, CBT Alumni Club