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  • Edward Chevalier Erickson

    Edward Erickson, 88, of Westboro, Mass., died peacefully May 25. He was born July 31, 1925, in Weymouth, Mass. He was the youngest child of the late Edith (Picken) Erickson and Edward Eric Erickson. Mr Erickson and his wife, the late Catherine “Kit"..

  • Rose L. DeBellis DeGuilio

    Rose L. DeBellis DeGuilio, 82, died May 22 at her home in Southbury. She was the wife of Joseph DeGuilio. A longtime resident of Eastchester, N.Y., she was born in the Bronx, August 12, 1931, to Antoinette (Carrozza) and Charles DeBellis, Sr.

  • William Daniel James Melton

    William Daniel James Melton, 66, of Monroe, died May 25, at St Vincent’s Medical Center, Bridgeport. He was born in North Carolina, and was the son of the late Joe and Madge Melton.

  • Abraham J. Melzer

    Abraham J. Melzer, 78, of New York City, formerly of Sandy Hook, died May 2 after a long illness. He was born in Yonkers, N.Y., October 26, 1935, to Essie (Hulnick) and Max Melzer.

  • Rose Marie Dombroski

    Rose Marie (Jurss) Dombroski, 86, of Newtown died peacefully May 17 at Maplewood of Newtown. She was born in Milwaukee, Wis., July 3, 1927, daughter of Rose (Springob) and Edward Jurss.

  • Bernard R. Keeler

    Bernard R. “Dick” Keeler, 75, of Danbury died May 13 from brain cancer. In his final days he was surrounded by family. He was born in Norwalk to Maryjane Chambers and Bernard R. Keeler, Sr.

  • Donald John Kowats, Jr

    Donald John Kowats, Jr, 47, of Newtown died May 15, surrounded by family. He was born in Bridgeport, July 15, 1967, a son of Carolyn (Strabony) and Donald J. Kowats, Sr, of Newtown.

  • Carol Oneto Condit

    A memorial celebration of life service will be held for Carol Oneto Condit, Saturday, May 17, at noon...

  • Thomas L. McDonald II

    Thomas L. McDonald II, 54, died May 6, suddenly and unexpectedly, in Crofton, Md. He was born May 18, 1959, in Bridgeport. He was the son of Elizabeth (Metzger) Doty of Sandy Hook and the late Thomas L. McDonald.

  • Mabel Elizabeth Genz Jacobi

    Mabel Elizabeth Genz Jacobi, 96, of Sandy Hook died May 8 at Masonicare in Newtown, after a brief illness. She was born in New York City, June 28, 1917, and grew up in the Bronx on Hone Avenue. It was there that she began a lifelong friendship with Jane Seaman of Danbury. She graduated from Hunter College in 1938 and worked in New York City for nine years before marriage.