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  • David Stanley Flood

    David Stanley Flood, 74, of Seymour, the beloved husband to Judith Delaney Flood, died May 26, at the Hospital of St Raphael, surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Derby, December 20, 1938, son of Stanley and Sophie Sherwinsky Flood.

  • Thomas J. Heffernan

    Thomas J. “Heff” Heffernan, 42, of New Fairfield, died May 26, at Danbury Hospital, after a courageous battle with cancer. Born in Yonkers, N.Y., he was the son of John and Patricia Heffernan of New Fairfield.

  • John Marshall Fraas

    John Marshall Fraas, 79, of Bristol, formerly of Newtown, died peacefully at his home, May 27, with his wife Helen (Bowling) (Smith) Fraas, at his side. He was born in St Paul, Minn., July 1, 1933, a son of Marshall and Jane Ines (Butel) Fraas.

  • Noie Louie Richards

    Noie Louie Richards, 61, of Newtown, died unexpectedly, May 21, at Danbury Hospital. He was born in Danbury, September 6, 1951 a son of Noie and Wilma (Presnell) Richards, and was the husband of Irma (Poquette) Richards.

  • Scott B. Smith

    Scott B. Smith, 41, of Danbury, died May 21. He was born in Danbury, November 6, 1971, and was the son of Bonnie (Mayberry) Smith of Southbury and the late Kenneth B. Smith, Jr.

  • Davon L. Lasane

    Davon L. Lasane, 21, of Danbury, died May 18, at Danbury Hospital, from injuries he received in an automobile accident.

  • Gale M. Scott

    Gale M. “Nancy Gale” Scott, 68, of Cambridge, Maine, died May 22, after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born May 4, 1943, in Newtown, the daughter of Raymond and Eva Miller.

  • Louis H. Durand

    Louis H. Durand, 82, of Brookfield, formerly of Ridgefield, died May 10. He was born in New York, N.Y., March 2, 1931.

  • Leon M. King

    Leon M. King, 69, of Newtown, beloved husband of Emilia (Centeno) King, died at Danbury Hospital, May 20. He was born in Danbury, and was the son of Sadie (Zenobia) King Bilka of Danbury and the late Leo A. King.

  • Roy Madsen

    Roy “Whitey” Madsen, 95, of Danbury, died May 19, at Pope John Paul II Health Care Center in Danbury. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., June 28, 1917, a son of Iver and Maria Madsen.