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Joseph Jacob Duda

Hamden, CT

March 23, 2014
Joseph Jacob Duda, 85, of Hamden passed away at Midstate Medical Center on Sunday, March 23, 2014. He was the beloved husband of the late Marion Bokowski Duda. Joe was born in New Haven on July 4, 1928 a son of the late Jacob and Agnes Kuthwa Duda.

He was employed at Camco Fittings until his retirement.

He leaves a daughter, Donna of Hamden and a son, David of Cheshire. Brother of Stanley Duda of East Haven and the late Henry, John and Theodore Duda, Mary Draper Mazzola and Stephanie Kaczynski.

Joe was a WWII United States Navy Veteran and had served on the U.S.S Gyatt.

At Joseph's request services will be private. The LUPINSKI FUNERAL HOME, INC 821 State Street, New Haven is in care of arrangements.
Ron Mikolinski, Mansfield, CT, USA

Donna and David,

I was very saddened to hear of the passing of Uncle Joe. He left me with many fond memories: Indian Joe chasing us through the woods, Uncle Joe the woodworker, model builder, handyman and great guy. The memory of him taking the time to build the car that I drove in the soapbox derby will always stay with me. When I think of Uncle Joe I feel good, what a great gift!

God bless you Uncle Joe.

Nephew Matt, Clinton, CT, USA

Uncle Joe; his passion for auto's, perfectionist, woodworking craftsman, attention to detail & musical talents will always be remembered.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you - Condolences for the Duda family.

Matt, Kelly, Ryan & Rachel.

noreen adams, west haven, CT, USA

I have some wonderful memories of Uncle Joe. We would usually visit with Mom, Dad and Michael. On a few of his birthdays, July 4th, I would make a flag cake for him. He would have it with his favorite, a cup of coffee! Uncle Joe was kind to Michael helping him with a school activity and making things for him. So talented! I would seek out advice from him for various matters. I enjoyed our telephone time when he would periodically call just to see how Mom was doing and chat about things. I will always cherish those memories and the items that he made for us. He is with my Aunt Marion at rest.