Terry A. Barrett, 73, of Ocala, Fla., and formerly of Danbury and Newtown, died January 27 after an extended illness. He was the husband of Carol (Stone) Barrett. He was born on February 2, 1941, in Danbury, and was the son of the late Margaret (Fowler) and Arthur Barrett of Georgetown.
John C. Nagel, 75, of Sandy Hook died unexpectedly January 28 at his home. He was the husband of Joyce (Mahlo) Nagel. He was born in Bridgeport, April 28, 1939, and was the son of the late Rose (Riccio) and Robert B. Nagel.
Anne M. Senese, 84, a resident of Kennebunkport, Maine, and formerly of Newtown, died January 26 at her home, following a period of declining health. She was born May 9, 1930, in Worcester, Mass., the daughter of John A. and Mary Agnes Bowes Shea.
Ruth Marie Cabral, 73, previously of Sandy Hook, died peacefully at her residence in Danbury, January 26. She was born in Bridgeport, September 24, 1941, and was a daughter of the late Earl and Ruth Lockwood.
Anna Larkin Stanton, 92, of Heritage Village, Southbury, died peacefully January 22. She was born June 18, 1922, in Bridgeport, and graduated from Warren Harding High School. Formerly of Sandy Hook, she moved to Heritage Village with her husband 20 years ago...
Betsy E. Johnson Anderson, 93, widow of the late Sven Alvar Anderson, died January 21. Born April 26, 1921, in Bridgeport, she was the daughter of Amelia L. Soderberg Johnson and Oscar V. Johnson. She lived in Trumbull, Easton, and in Newtown since 1984.
The Reverend Monsignor George David “Father Bo” Birge, 87, Stratford, died January 20. Born March 22, 1927, he was the son of the late Marie Graham and Raymond Bernard Birge. He was a caring and appreciated pastor at St Rose of Lima Church in Newtown for many years...
May Louise Peck Blanchard, 97, of Lake Wales, Fla., died peacefully January 4. Born January 22, 1917, in St Johnsbury, Vt., to Mary (Salmon) and George Peck, Mrs Blanchard had been a resident of Newtown for more than 30 years prior to moving to Florida two years ago, when health required a warmer climate and additional care.
John “Jack” Victor Polvere, Sr, 81, of Southbury, formerly of Bridgeport and Shelton, died unexpectedly January 15. He was the beloved husband of Doreen (Norton) Polvere. Mr Polvere owned and operated World of Bikes in Newtown for 25 years, before retiring.