From generation to generation


Grandma-Grandpa-LogiodiceLOGIODICE, PETER PAUL, JR. Peter Paul Logiodice, Jr., age 85, of Orange, passed away on Thursday, March 27, 2014 peacefully in his home. He was born on June 25, 1928 in West Haven to the late Peter Paul and Anna Pucillo Logiodice, Sr. He was employed for over 35 years as a Cable Splicer for the Southern New England Telephone Company. After retiring, he drove a bus for the Orange School System. An active member of the community, he was a member of the Orange Volunteer Fire Department and was a coach for the Orange Little League, an avid gardener and camper in Cape Cod and in his spare time, he attended his grandchildren’s sporting events. Mr. Logiodice is survived by his loving wife, Veronica Molyneux Logiodice, devoted children Peter Paul (Dawn) Logiodice III of Maine, James (Jackie) Logiodice of Rhode Island, William (Roseann) Logiodice of Guilford, CT, Kathleen Logiodice of Madison, CT, Veronica (Louis) Pisano of Orange, CT, Russell (Bouaneung) Logiodice of Milford, CT and Jennifer (Paul Fischer) Logiodice of Idaho, 20 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, and sister Mary Benz of Orange. Besides his parents, he is predeceased by his son Thomas John Logiodice, grandson Louis Pisano Jr., brother Pasquale Logiodice and sister Ann Passariello. The family appreciates all the help and support of the nurses and staff at Milford Hospital and Life Choices Hospice. Calling hours are Monday, March 31, 2014 from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the Smith & Sefcik Funeral Home, 135 N. Broad St., Milford. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday at 10:00 am directly in Holy Infant Church, RaceBrook Rd, Orange. Internment will follow in St. Lawrence Cemetery in West Haven. Donations may be made in his name to Life Choices Hospice,, or Orange Volunteer Fire Dept., 625 Orange Center Rd., P.O. Box 878, Orange ,CT 06477 or Leukemia Society, 300 Research Parkway, Suite 310 Meriden, CT 06450. To leave condolences or for directions, please visit our website at:

Published in The New Haven Register on Mar. 30, 2014


Four Generations of ‘Pete’

Up and running (again)

The blog has been down for a couple months – blame it on the juniper; although the Cisco is still acting flakey.  In the mean time, life is about to change drastically for me (again).  This week marks the last week of my graduate level courses.

After friday, I will have conferred upon my personage the Degree of Master – and there will be time in my life for new and different things.  I think I shall require everyone to call me “Master Jediah” from now on.  It’s only fitting for the accomplishment, right? 😉

So in futuristic contemplation, I have no idea what I am going to do with my life yet.  School has consumed every waking free hour for the last 6.5 years. So this weekend, I will be celebrating the new life.  I guess.

I will break the posting silence by stating: and so the next chapter advances, the page turns, the sun cycles on yet another day: opportunities await.  To me, my next directive is to go forth and live – whatever living looks like.

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