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Cecelia Tiano Potts, a resident of Norwalk and a former long-time resident of Darien, passed away with her daughter Alison by her side on Thurday, October 22, 2020 in Norwalk. Born on July 6, 1937 in Darien, she was the daughter of the late Cecelia and James Tiano of Darien. Cecelia was a graduate of Darien High School. She worked in the Rental and Party Planning business for over 40 years at Darien Rental Service and Stamford Tent. She served on the Darien Fire Department’s Ladies Auxiliary where her husband was a Darien Fire Department volunteer for many years. She had a passion for cooking and was devoted to her family. She is predeceased by her husband of 53 years, Raymond Potts, and is survived by her daughter, Alison Potts Groenstein and her husband, Mark, of Nantucket, MA. She is also survived by two grandchildren, Ryan and Libby, and many nieces and nephews. Cecelia was predeceased by her siblings, James Tiano, Edward Tiano, Russell Tiano, Nancy Mattis, Dorothy Castellani, Florence Genovese and Bobby Tiano. Cecelia has three sisters who she is survived by, Gloria Papadopoulos, Marion Deruvo and Helen Tiano. A Private Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Matthews R.C. Church, 216 Scribner Avenue, Norwalk. Burial will follow at St. John's Cemetery in Norwalk. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Matthews R.C. Church, 216 Scribner Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06854. www.lawrencefuneralhome.comTo send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Cecelia Potts, please visit Tribute Store
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