• Linda Lutters D'Amato

    Linda Lutters D’Amato, 72, of Trumbull, beloved wife of the late Matthew J. D’Amato, died August 26 at Yale New Haven Hospital. She was born in Bridgeport and was an area resident all of her life. Her loving children Dana L. Nuzzo, and her husb...

  • John Saxonmeyer

    John Saxonmeyer, 86, of Southport died peacefully at home from complications of Parkinson’s disease August 27, surrounded by his family. He was born October 23, 1928, in Westport, and was a US Army veteran, having served in Europe in World War II.

  • Bernice G. Stollman

    Bernice G. Stollman, 87, of Stratford died August 29 at Bridgeport Hospital. She was born in South Norwalk, and was a daughter of the late Frances and Morris Gellis. Her devoted children Hunter Stollman, and his wife Alisa, of Newtown and Nikki Stollman, a...

  • Jill Ann Leary

    Jill Ann Leary, 60, died at her home in Sandy Hook August 26, after a long battle with bladder cancer.

  • Margaret E. Scolpino

    Margaret “Peggy” E. Scolpino of Bethel died August 24 at Danbury Hospital, just seven days short of her 100th birthday. She was the wife of the late Joseph F. Scolpino, and the mother of longtime former Newtown resident, the late Robert Scolpino.

  • Joan Marie Lorenzo-Sullivan

    Joan Marie Lorenzo-Sullivan, 57, of Creston, Calif., died August 20. She was born December 8, 1957. Her father, John L. Lorenzo, and his wife Joyce, longtime former residents of Newtown, now living in Southbury...

  • John Arnold Beckett

    John Arnold Beckett, 85, a ten-year resident of Danbury, and former 26-year resident of Ridgefield, died at the Bethel Health Center August 22, following a long illness. He was born in Battle Creek, Mich., February 12, 1930.

  • Frank Mason

    Frank Mason, 52, a longtime resident of Monroe, died peacefully August 21 at Yale New Haven Hospital, with his loving family by his side. Born October 1, 1962, in Bridgeport, he was the son of the late Ronald and Frances Carlo Mason.

  • Virginia Burdett Zinn

    Virginia “Ginny” Burdett Zinn, 88, of Sandy Hook died August 19 at her home. She was born in Milford to Edith (Barrow) and Ernest Burdett, and was the wife of the late Walter J. Zinn.

  • Julia Wasserman: Death Claims A Tireless Public Servant

    ulia Wasserman, a former Connecticut lawmaker, local elected official from Newtown, and studious public servant, died August 18. She narrowly eluded the Nazis’ murderous 1938 Kristallnacht that foreshadowed the Holocaust, served in the US Women’s Army Corps, and later went on to earn the highest academic and professional advancements in public health and environmental stewardship. Mrs Wasserman’s death at age 91, after a lengthy illness, was announced by her family.