Thomas H. Duffy, 89, of Branford, died September 14, at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He was born in Fall River, Mass., March 23, 1922, and was the son of Thomas H. and Anna Connelly Duffy. He was the beloved husband to the late Mary Regan Duffy. His daughters ...
Matthew T. Farrell, Jr, 58, died September 7, in Saint Vincent's Medical Center, Bridgeport, surrounded by his family and friends. Born June 28, 1955, he was formerly of Stratford and a resident of Monroe for the last 31 years.
Elizabeth Louise Brown Osborne, known to all as Betty Lou, died on September 11. Family, friends, and her beloved dogs surrounded her as she peacefully passed away on the land that she loved, Appleberry Farm. She was a resident of Sandy Hook for 74 of her 88 years. Betty Lou, also known as Gram and Gram-the-Great, was a dynamic woman of strong convictions and a gentle soul. She and her husband, Jim, were welcoming and extremely generous to all. Appleberry was a place where one could find a peaceful respite, a home cooked meal, a ride on a pony, a new puppy, some fresh garden vegetables and, of course, a swim in the pool. You always had to be prepared for April Fool’s Day, her special day of magic for all. A memorial service for family and friends will be held Friday, October 4, at 10:30 am, at Newtown Meeting House, 31 Main Street in Newtown.
Winifred E. “Winnie” Harrington, 84, a longtime Newtown resident, and previously of Saugus, Mass., died peacefully September 10, at Danbury Hospital. She was the widow of Paul J. Harrington. She was born in Medford, Mass., August 1, 1929, a daughter of John and Winifred (Dutot) Forshner.
Nils Steve Svensen, 82, of Ansonia, died peacefully, September 5, at Griffin Hospital, surrounded by family. Born January 17, 1931, in New Britain, he was the son of the late Sven and Linda (Anderson) Svensen.
Corrine C. Wright, 50, of Danbury and formerly of Stamford, died suddenly and unexpectedly September 4, at her residence. She was born in Stamford, August 16, 1963, to Carol H. Aguire and Reynold H. Bauer.
Arthur “Frank” Johnson, Sr, 80, a 50-year resident of Brookfield, beloved husband of the late Marion (Joyce) Johnson, died peacefully at Bethel Healthcare, September 8. He was born in Syracuse, N.Y., November 20, 1932.