Jean “Meana” Carniglia, 90, died peacefully at home on Saturday, February 14, 2015 surrounded by her loving family and friends. Jean was born on September 14,1924 in Windsor Locks, Connecticut where she lived for 79 years before moving to Appletree Point in Burlington. Jean is survived by two daughters, Nancy Carniglia of Waltham, Mass and Martha Clelia of Berlin, VT; five grandchildren: Deana Lee of Essex Junction, VT., Debra L. Maher and husband Gordon Maher of Burlington, VT., Anthony Carniglia of Stowe, VT., Matthew Carniglia and wife Jackie of Moriah, NY and Thomas Carniglia of Clewiston,FL. Jean is also survived by seven beloved great grandchildren: Elliot,Olivia,Ian and Adam Maher and Wyatt, Audrey and Gabrielle Carniglia. She is also survived by a brother Robert Malloy of Summerfield, FL., a nephew Michael Malloy of Marlborough, CT,.two nieces, Hermit Susan Malloy of Italy, and Kathy Gregory of Ellington, CT.,daughter-in-law Sandy Duncan of Stowe,VT., and dear friend Theresa Farr of Windsor Locks, CT. Jean was predeceased by husband Francis J Carniglia DVM, daughter Maureen Lee, son John Carniglia, grandson Joseph Carniglia and brothers Frank and James Malloy. Deb wishes to thank Meana’s many special friends and neighbors including Tam and Jim Smith, Lee Libby, Kevin Breen, Abby McIntosh and Jen Debedout for their unwavering love and support and to express eternal gratitude to Dr. Melissa Brandes and to the dedicated TLC caregivers who enabled Meana to remain in her home for the last four months of her life because it had been her greatest wish. Jean’s family will hold a memorial gathering in Vermont to celebrate her life at a later time. Burial will be private at St Mary’s Cemetery in Windsor Locks CT, also at a later time. In lieu of flowers, donations in her name may be made to the charity or organization of one’s choice. Arrangements are in the care of Stephen C. Gregory and Son, South Burlington VT.