Claire Russell Lines, 78, of Standish, Maine, died May 2 at the Maine Veterans' Home in Scarborough. He was born in Jackson, Mich., July 23, 1935, and was a son of Mildred (Ludlow) and Russell Lines. He and his four siblings grew up on the family farm on King Road in Spring Arbor, Mich.
Kanga R. Price, 67, of Norwalk, and a former Newtown resident many years ago, died at home May 2, after battling a long illness. She was born in Stamford Hospital, May 26, 1946, and was the daughter of the late Jeanne and Prescott Fuller of Darien.
Arthur J. Outhouse, 77, a lifelong resident of Croton Falls, N.Y., died April 29 on Hilton Head Island, S.C. He was born October 5, 1936, in Mount Kisco, N.Y., to Beatrice (Purdy) and S. Ralph Outhouse.
Michael Zinn, 95, of Stratford, beloved husband of the late Jane Drew Zinn, died May 4 in Bridgeport Hospital. A retired driver for Burritt Lumber Company, he was born in Detroit to Bessie (Fedina) and Jack Zinn.
Anna R. Dutko, 87, of Newtown, formerly of Bridgeport and Lewisville, Texas, died May 1, surrounded by family at Masonicare of Newtown. She was born May 5, 1926, in Caklov, Czechoslovakia, and emigrated to the United States just before World War II.
Harvey Botsford Rasmussen, 86, of Newtown, a beloved husband, brother, uncle, and friend, died peacefully May 2 at Bethel Health Care. He was born December 6, 1927, to Mayla and George Rasmussen of Botsford. He was the loving husband of Leota (Walther) Rasmussen for 57 years.
Frank Scalzo, 86, of Danbury, beloved husband of Concetta (Fiore) Scalzo, died May 1 in his home, surrounded by his loving family. He was born April 7, 1928, in Casanove, DeCollatura, Italy, to Rosina (Bonacci) and Angelo Scalzo.
Gino M. Bossio, 64, of Stratford, beloved husband of Sharon Bailey Bossio, died peacefully April 30, in Bridgeport Hospital. He was born in Bridgeport, July 6, 1949, a son of Pasquale and Adelina Bossio.
Sister Ethel MacIlvain (Sister Mary Carl), 91, a member of the Sisters of Saint Joseph, West Hartford, died at Lourdes Health Care Center in Wilton April 26. Born in New York City, December 8, 1922, of the late Ethel Adelaide Nolan MacIlvain and Karl Messenger MacIlvain, Sister Ethel entered the Sisters of Saint Joseph on September 14, 1940, and celebrated her perpetual Profession of Vows on August 24, 1949.