Thomas M. Condon, 93, of Shelton died July 28 at Griffin Hospital in Derby. Born February 15, 1921, in South Wales, England, he was the son of Margaret and Michael Margaret Condon. He was married to Dorothy Lourigan Condon for 69 years.
Thomas G. Sansonetti, Sr, 80, of Stratford, beloved husband of Rose Gambardella Sansonetti, died suddenly at his home July 26. Born in Bridgeport, March 28, 1934, he was a son of the late Bertha and John Sansonetti.
Edgar W. Beers, 76, of the Hawleyville section of Newtown died July 28 in Danbury Hospital. He was born in Danbury, February 17, 1938, a son of Jennie (Noble) and Morris Beers. Mr Beers was a graduate of Newtown High School and attended what is now Western Connecticut State University.
Jason M. Brower, 24, of Norwalk, died July 25 at Yale New Haven Hospital, after a long illness, with his family at his side. He was born April 30, 1990, son of Gina Bernini Brower and Michael Brower.
A 2008 graduate of Newtown High School, he was a courageous young man who loved being a volunteer firefighter for the Botsford Fire Company in Newtown. Jason also loved NASCAR and country music. He had a big heart and was loved by many.
Eileen Frances Triber, 66, of Florida and formerly of Sandy Hook, the beloved wife of Julius “Buddy” Triber, died July 25 in Cape Cod. Born in Bridgeport to Eileen (Cullen) and Joseph G. Knapick, she was an area resident until moving to Clearwater, Fla., ten years ago.
Regina E. Lennon, 76, a resident of Botsford since 1970, died July 22 in Danbury Hospital. She was born August 31, 1937, in Danbury, and was the daughter of the late Esther (Waters) and Clarence Lincoln.
Joseph Charles Velky, Sr, 72, of Monroe died July 20 at St Vincent Medical Center, surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Bridgeport, November 9, 1941. Mr Velky graduated from Bullard Haven Technical School in 1959. One month later, he enlisted into the United States Navy, stationed on the USS Harwood (DD-861), serving for four years, extending his time to include the Cuban Missile Crisis.
“A man of true grit has passed on.” Tom Kearns, “T.K.,” of Sandy Hook, died July 18.“He gave it a valiant battle for five long years, having been inflicted with bone cancer. Tom was a man’s man, he knew how to look fear in the eye and he knew how to crush it. He worked the family dairy farm in Sandy Hook hand in hand with his mother, Florence, and his brother, Ed. The three made the distinguished dairy farm sparkle with pride, dignity, and enjoyment for all to behold. The three of them literally created a true touch of heaven.”