Chloe Susan Genovese

Published on Thursday, 7 February 2019 18:30


“How very softly you tiptoed into our word, almost silently, only a moment you stayed. But what an imprint your footsteps have left upon our hearts.” -Little Footprints by Dorothy Ferguson

Although Chloe’s life was tragically short, she will have eternal life in heaven with our Lord filled with joy. Chloe is a beautiful angel now and has her mother’s striking beauty and her father’s lips and pointy ears. Her family has felt Chloe’s effervescent soul with them through these difficult days and her enormous impact on them has profoundly changed their lives. Chloe’s family will be blessed to have this beautiful angel with them on earth until they can join her. Chloe will be buried with her grandfather, James Genovese III, in his loving, strong arms.

Chloe is survived by her parents, Joseph A. Genovese and Ashley S.M. (Espinosa) Genovese; her loving siblings, James J. Murning III, Vincent S. Genovese, and Gabriella V. Genovese; her great-grandparents, James Genovese, Jr., Lucia (Hernandez) Espinosa, and Ernest Szydlo; her Me’me, Barbara Fouquette and grandparents, Tom and Linda (Ciezynski) Szydlo, and Juan and Melissa (Schultz) Espinosa; her godparents, (aunt and uncle) Jose and Jacquelyn (Szydlo) Munoz; her aunts and uncles, James and Katie Genovese, Savannah (Espinosa) Shaw, Megan (Espinosa) Bryant, Lucas Espinosa, Hunter Espinosa, Logan Espinosa, and David Schwartz; and her cousins, Elijah Munoz, Isaiah Munoz, Dahlia Munoz, Penelope Espinosa-Kofflin, Benjamin Espinosa-Shaw, Haley Genovese, James Genovese V, Jace Genovese, Miguel Lopez, Antonio Casiano, and Gracelyn Schwartz. Chloe is also survived by many many more cousins, aunts, and uncles.

Chloe is predeceased by her grandfather, James Genovese III; her uncle, Joshua Schwartz-Espinosa; her great-grandparents, Alberta Genovese, Eugene, and Kathryn Fouquette (Minnesota), Joseph and Jacqueline Ciezynski, and Mildred Szydlo.

Please join us for Catholic Mass at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019, at St. Joseph’s Church, 195 South Main St., New Britain, with a funeral procession to Maple Cemetery, 1165 Worthington Ridge, Berlin, Conn.

Family and friends are lovingly invited to a 2:30 - 6 p.m. open reception at her parent’s home to celebrate Chloe’s life as a baptized child of God and embrace the impact Chloe made in her very short time here on earth.

“Sometimes the smallest things take up the most room in your heart.” - A.A. Milne

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Posted in New Britain Herald, on Thursday, 7 February 2019 18:30. Updated: Thursday, 7 February 2019 18:32.