In the early hours of Sunday, May 24, one half of the “Sensational Sore’ Twins” was taken from his loving family all too soon, leaving behind his twin brother, Alister Robert Sore’, and grieving parents Cynthia (Naab) Sore’ and Robert Sore’. Sinclair was born in Chicago, May 14, 1997, and moved with his family in 2004 to Newtown.
Robert Wayne King, 79, of Yardley, Penn., died May 23, in his home, with the love and support of his family and home hospice team. He was born in Bridgeport, June 29, 1935, to Esther and Edward King. He was an only child.
Hazel Eileen Falconer, 81, a longtime resident of Newtown, died peacefully May 21, after a long battle with Parkinson’s disease, at Masonicare at Newtown. She was born November 24, 1933, in Harris, Minn., and was a daughter of the late Edith (Carlson) and Victor Ramberg.
Anna S. Crouch, 87, of Southbury died peacefully at Danbury Hospital May 22, surrounded by her children. Known to many as “Oma,” she was born September 18, 1927, to Rosina and Josef Staudhammer in Rosenheim, Bavaria, Germany.
Frieda M. Athans, 85, of New Milford, formerly of Danbury, wife of the late Donald H. Athans, died May 16. She was born in Orange, N.J., March 29, 1930, and was a daughter of the late John and Stella (Ganim) Maroun. A son, David D. Athans of Sandy Hook; a ...
Albert A. Kopf, 89, of Newtown, and formerly a longtime resident of Norwalk, died peacefully at home May 17, surrounded by his adoring family. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., September 5, 1925, and was the son of the late Emma (Bauer) Kopf and Frederick Kopf.
Robert J. “Bob” Scolpino, 70, died peacefully at his Southbury home May 15. He was born July 18, 1944, in Bethel, to Margaret (Eastberg) and Joseph Scolpino. He was the beloved husband of Carol (Schweder) Scolpino, whom he married October 2, 1966.
John L. “Jack” Behling, 94, of Newtown died May 13, with family by his side. Mr Behling was a wonderful gourmet cook, active at one time in the local International Club, entertaining and hosting events overlooking Taunton Lake.