06.25.15

Elaine Glass

Elaine Glass, age 79, of New Haven, died at Hospice in Branford on June 21. Her beloved husband, Joe, an attorney, died in 2006. Elaine was born and educated in Vancouver, Canada and emigrated to the US after graduate school. She was a social worker at Yale New Haven Hospital for almost three decades and also had a private practice. She was an outstanding psycho-therapist, a dog-lover and a loyal, beloved friend. Many people will miss her enormously.
Graveside funeral service at the Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Whitney Ave., Hamden, CT. Monday morning at 10:30 am.

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6 Comments

  1. Marcie Naftolin said,

    06.26.15 at 1:12 pm

    With deepest sympathy,
    Marcie and Fred Naftolin

  2. Maureen Lucas said,

    06.26.15 at 4:19 pm

    Elaine was a wonderful person and will be missed.

  3. dale chodos said,

    06.27.15 at 3:58 pm

    I was very sorry to hear the sad news of Elaine’s passing. I worked many years with Elaine on the Board of the Friend’s of the Woodbridge Library and various committees. She was a lot of fun to work with, and to be with, and when she retired from the board she was missed. The Friends send their deepest sympathy. Dale Chodos, Corresponding Secretary

  4. Niki Dobbs said,

    06.28.15 at 2:37 pm

    Elaine left many nieces and nephews as well as a brother in Canada. She also had a step-son and nieces and nephews in the U.S. Elaine left her loving caretaker Melissa.

  5. Bonnie S said,

    06.28.15 at 4:01 pm

    Elaine was raised in Vancouver Canada by her parents, Ralph and Anne Frompson. She leaves a brother in Vancouver, a stepson Paul, and numerous nieces and nephews. She also leaves Melissa, who took loving care of her through her illness. She is greatly missed.

  6. Susie said,

    06.29.15 at 4:26 am

    I have been blessed to be Elaine’s dog groomer for over 14 years. Elaine loved her long haired dogs. I built a trusting relationship with the wary Mr. Tuffy and managed to make the shy Diva feel safe. They were her beloved Polish Lowland Sheepdogs and I believe she is with them now along with her husband, Joe. I will be missing her Melody who is off to a new home. Elaine was a wonderful client and friend. She was kind, down to earth, and generous – bringing me and my son, Josh, thoughtful gifts such as cupcakes from NYC and flowers. We considered Elaine a good friend and will miss her very much. Thank you to those who filled in a bit more of her history.