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“It's 2021; Earl, I'm Still thinking of you Earl. I Miss you. love you. Rita H. ”
1 of 31 | Posted by: Rita Hocter - REDDING, CT

“I'm so sorry for the loss of my boss Just finding out today June 18, 2019 I'll just feel lost because I've lost my friend and did not know what he...Read More »
2 of 31 | Posted by: Sharon Goycochea - Manchester, CT

“I miss you Earl. You were so kind to me. I will never forget you. My deepest condolances to the family and friends and anyone who had the pleasure...Read More »
3 of 31 | Posted by: Elizabeth New Castro - Waterbury, CT

“My sincere condolences to the family and friends of this kind, smart, funny, gentle man. I didn't know Earl for very long, but I know his light...Read More »
4 of 31 | Posted by: Maureen Brown - Manchester, CT

“Earl,you will truly be missed I Loved you so much we had great times together you are engraved in heart forever ”
5 of 31 | Posted by: Liz Patterson - Hamden, CT

“Earl,You will truly be missed . Your sense of humor was second to none . I trust in the fact that we will meet again. I will always be thankful for...Read More »
6 of 31 | Posted by: Eric Burr - Mebane, NC - Coworker

“Prayers to the Page family. Knew Gaylord for over 50 years and he has ALWAYS been the same fun loving jokester. I have never seen him upset or heard...Read More »
7 of 31 | Posted by: Rene Kinion - Waterbury, CT

“My sincere condolences to the family. I knew this great man from Manchester Hospital. We will forever miss him. God bless you all. ”
8 of 31 | Posted by: Marisol Segar - East Hartford, CT

“Our sympathy & Prayers .. Heaven Gains another Angel for sure . Clowning in the paradise ,, God Bless ”
9 of 31 | Posted by: Dorothy & Javier Ney - Waterbury, CT

“Sorry to hear of your loss. Earl was a co-worker and a good friend of mine. He will be missed. My thoughts and go out to all of his family.ikXLS ”
10 of 31 | Posted by: Alan Garcia - South Windsor, CT

“We extend our deepest sympathies to the Page family during this time. Mr. Page was a perfect example of what it meant to embody true happiness. Even...Read More »
11 of 31 | Posted by: The Dover Family - Waterbury, CT

“Earl worked in Manchester for a bit. He sometimes brought his breakfast to our department and share a little time. He seemed like a quiet man, yet...Read More »
12 of 31 | Posted by: Barbara Gelinas - CT

“Our deepest sympathy to you Rita, Tayler,& Myles. God bless you R.I.P. EarlRonnie & Pam Davis ”
13 of 31 | Posted by: A friend

“Sorry to hear of your loss. Earle was a coworker and a good friend of mind. He will be missed. My thoughts & prayers go out to his family. ”
14 of 31 | Posted by: Alan Garcia - South windsor, CT

“My condolences to you Rita, Page and Myles. I will always remember him as the life of the party, he was truly one of a kind and will be truly missed. ”
15 of 31 | Posted by: Margaret Teasley - Waterbury, CT

“FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS ❤ To Rita,children,family & numerous friends our prayers & condolences go out to each & everyone. God's Love, Grace,...Read More »
16 of 31 | Posted by: Diane Frank - Waterbury, CT

“My thoughts and prayers go out to Earl's family and friends. This is truly a very sad time. I will miss the conversations with Earl. Our last...Read More »
17 of 31 | Posted by: Bill Collins - Lebanon, CT

“I extend my deepest sympathy to Earl's family. He was a very kind person; a light to this world, only to extend to his destiny in God's Kingdom. I...Read More »
18 of 31 | Posted by: CHERYL BROWN - WINDSORLOCKS, CT

“I will miss you,mr page it was truly a pleasure knowing him. Rest in eternal peace make them laugh in heaven ”
19 of 31 | Posted by: Sandra Gardner - Windsor, CT

“My Sincere Condolences Rita, Tayler, Myles and entire family and friends. May God be with each and everyone of you during this difficult time. ...Read More »
20 of 31 | Posted by: Madalana (Maggie) Jenkins - CT

“Dearest Rita, Tayler, Myles and Family,In this sorrowful time, we would like to extend our to you our heartfelt condolences and prayers.May our Lord...Read More »
21 of 31 | Posted by: Karol B. Washington - Waterbury

“To the family of Earl Gaylord Page my sincerest condolences, love & prayers may God lift you up during this time of bereavement ”
22 of 31 | Posted by: Elaine BLANCHARD - WATERBURY, CT

“My dear Earl, you will be sadly missed by many. Thank you for sharing your love of life, your adventures, your funny side, and family with everyone. ...Read More »
23 of 31 | Posted by: Michelle Minicucci - waterbury, CT

“I am sad, but in time I will smile when I think of you. Thank you for your hugs, for dancing with me, for your positive words, for sharing your magic...Read More »
24 of 31 | Posted by: Rita Hocter - REDDING, NY

“am deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. My condolences. ”
25 of 31 | Posted by: Christine Rodriguez - Hartoford

“Paige sorry to here about his passing. He was a blessing to know...will miss you friendMFcJu ”
26 of 31 | Posted by: Crystal Fryer - Decatur, GA

“My condolence and gratitude go out to everyone that made Earl G. Page who he was. There can never be another Earl G. Page because there will never be...Read More »
27 of 31 | Posted by: John Brown - Manchester, CT

“We had some great times in high school especially during the South Pacific play. Earl always had a kind word to say and a great joker. I am so glad...Read More »
28 of 31 | Posted by: Connie Slekis-Bastenbeck - Dayton, TN

“Earl will be remembered by any and all who had the pleasure of meeting him... His unique spirit in life will live in each of us; maythat bring us...Read More »
29 of 31 | Posted by: Marie Messier - Manchester F

“May you rest in peace dear Earl. Dance with the Angels in Heaven. Much strength to the Page family in this time of sorrow. ”
30 of 31 | Posted by: Yvonne I Rodriguez (Gonzalez)

“Earl was a gentle, caring soul who will be missed. I have many fond memories of Earl and our time spent at Wilby High School. We both acted in the...Read More »
31 of 31 | Posted by: Jack Hastings - Mooresville, NC

Mr. Earl Gaylord Page, 59, of Manchester, passed away on Wednesday, January 23, 2019, surrounded by his loving family.

Earl was born in Waterbury, CT., on September 9, 1959 to the late Earl and Elsie (Reid) Page.

Earl was a student at Driggs Grammar school and later attended and graduated from Wilby High School where he was active in many school activities, including chorus, African-American club and class fundraising efforts. As a senior he starred in the school play "South Pacific."

During his time at Wilby High Earl excelled in athletics as a runner. He was captain of both the cross country and track and field teams. During his time at Wilby Earl earned many honors as a track athlete. He was a 3-time selection to both the all city (Waterbury) as well as all Naugatuck Valley League teams in both indoor and outdoor track. He held numerous 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishes on the Connecticut state level as well as the school's all-time record for the 330 -yd. intermediate hurdles during his illustrious career on the track.

After high school Earl attended and graduated from Post University earning an associate's degree in liberal arts and finished his college career earning a bachelor's degree in business at the University of Baltimore in Maryland.

Earl leveraged his business degree, organizational skills and leadership ability along with his willingness to help others to build a career in the health services industry. He began that calling as the Director of Environmental Resources for Baltimore Hospital Shock Trauma Unit.

Earl returned home with his young family in tow to use his experience to give back to the community that nurtured him. He worked his way up from maintenance team leader to become the Director of Environmental Resources for the entire Hartford Children's Hospital. Earl finished his career as an Environmental Resources Specialist for Trinity Health Care.

In his chosen field Earl Gaylord Page was a capable and dedicated professional but there was much more to him than work. Earl was a kind, gentle, giving spirit who always thought of others before himself.

He loved to dance, tell jokes, do magic tricks and generally make people feel good when they were around him. Mostly, he loved to "clown." Earl turned that ability to spread joy into a calling that led him to creating his alter-ego "Paco the Clown." Earl spent a good deal of his time entertaining children at parties and events. He made them laugh, mystified them with magic and taught them lessons about how to be together in a safe and fun atmosphere.

Earl enjoyed connecting with people of all backgrounds and cultures. He always took advantage of an opportunity to learn more about the experiences of others. He especially enjoyed being member of the Japanese Society of Greater Hartford. Earl would eagerly give his rendition of a Japanese tea ceremony to anyone who visited him. He loved regaling friends and family with tales of his recent adventures in Africa.

Earl Gaylord Page was a devoted father and loving husband who was extremely proud of his children. That devotion to children saw him take on a mentorship role for the youth in his community. Earl's life stands as a shining example of strength, grace and courage in the face of all life's challenges.

Earl understood early on that God created and put him on this earth to spread joy. Earl was always the life of the party, which was mainly because he put the "party" into life. Earl saw life as a blessing and he lived each day celebrating it. We ask that you celebrate his life today and every day going forward by spreading the same joy that he would if he were still here.

He leaves to forever cherish his memories, his wife Rita Summers-Page, two children Tayler Page and Myles Page, paternal Aunt Ruth McEachin, maternal Aunt Juanita Reid, as well as a many loving relatives and friends.

Aside from his parents, he was pre-deceased by his sister, Tammy Beamon.

Earl Gaylord Page felt most free on the seat of his motorcycle. Just the wind and a twisting road on which to lose himself in the beauty of nature. Today he rides the sky.