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Karrie Lee Buonanni 1965-2022

Karrie Lee Buonanni

11-12-1965 to 06-20-2022

Karrie, affectionately known as "Karrie Lee", "Sissy", and "Auntie" left this world for a beautiful peaceful place. She was born on November 12th 1965 in Meriden, Ct. She attended local schools and worked for the City of Meriden until her retirement. She was a hairdresser by trade and enjoyed trying new hairstyles and makeup with family members and would always have a newly set of painted fingernails that would be done in her own private beauty salon. She loved her family and always put others first, and she has many dear friends that she made along the way and loved them all like family. Karrie's favorite place to travel to was Sanibel Island, Florida hence that famous BayBrz license plate on her car. She also loved the Caribbean traveling to St. Martin to her resort The LaVista. She loved anything to do with the beach and also cherished her time swimming with the dolphins. Cooking was one of her passions spending time with Mom and niece Haley creating delicious recipes. Spending time in the swimming pool and of course shopping was at the top of her list always. Karrie was kind, funny, compassionate and would help anyone and always the best listener. She will be greatly missed as she touched so many lives.

She is survived by her mother Janice Lee Buonanni and her brother Keith Buonanni and his wife Krista, her sister Kim Bates and husband Joseph, Godson Kyle and his fiance Brenda, nieces Haley and Brynley, , nephew Daniel and puppies Casey and Chloe. She was predeceased by her father Robert Buonanni.

There will be no services at Karrie's request and the family will have a celebration of her life at a later date.

We would like to thank the compassionate medical staff at Hartford Healthcare at Home and the Dr's and Nurses and Aides at Midstate Medical Centers Oncology Department for doing everything possible for our loved one.

May she rest in peace with our other Angels.

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My deepest sympathy to her family and loved ones. It was obvious how much she loved you all.

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