By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
DERBY >> Emotions ran high Friday as residents of Marshall Lane Manor
and their families pleaded with state officials to do everything in their power
to keep the longtime nursing home from closing its doors.
More than 75 people packed a public hearing at the 120-bed facility at 101
Marshall Lane, many telling heartening stories of their positive experiences
about the place they call home and the dedicated and caring staff they call
Owner/Administrator Anthony Simonetti filed a letter of intent last month
with the state Department of Social Services to close the facility, citing
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