Henry Thomas Kelly, 87, of Brookfield, died April 1, at Masonicare at Newtown, after a long illness. Born on June 28, 1926, in Clearfield, Penn., he was the son of the late John and Frances Cleary Kelly. He was the loving husband of Maureen A. (Carton) Kelly, with whom he shared 57 years of marriage.
Jane L. Managan, 81, of New Fairfield, beloved wife of the late William F. Managan, died at Danbury Hospital, April 1. She was born in Danbury, and was the daughter of the late Louis and Louella (Benedict) Covill.
Grace C. Manheimer, 76, of Newtown, died March 31, at Danbury Hospital. She was born in The Bronx, N.Y., July 29, 1937, a daughter of the Arthur and Frances Huston. She was the wife of the late Robert Manheimer.
Frederick J. TerHaar, Jr, 85, of Boynton Beach, Fla., died peacefully March 28, at Masonicare in Wallingford. He was born in Worcester, Mass., May 6, 1928, the son of Frederick, Sr and Ethel (Monigle) TerHaar. He also resided with his long-term partner, Carol Berube, in Wallingford.
Julius R. Kovacs, 82, died March 28, at his home in Summit, N.Y., with his family at his side. Born September 8, 1931, in Newtown, to Paul and Veronica (Balsan) Kovacs, he was a resident of Newtown until age 30. Mr Kovacs was a former resident of Danbury and Woodbury, as well.
Alan R. Dawe, 65, of Earlville, N.Y., died suddenly March 11, in Bali, Indonesia, while on a round-the-world vacation. He was born in Bridgeport, August 12, 1948, and was a son of the late Franklyn P. and Justine C. (Vorus) Dawe of Trumbull.
Helen Chaloux, 86, of Sandy Hook, died peacefully March 23, surrounded by family, at her home. She was born in Bridgeport, October 30, 1927, the daughter of Charles and Helen Grewcock, and graduated from Harding High School at the age of 16.
Joseph H. Lerman, 94, died Sunday, March 23 in Venice, Fla., ending a triumphant 72-year marriage to Gladys (Kanarek) Lerman. Born in 1919 in Manhattan, he was known all his life as Jerry, after a comic book character, Jerry on the Job, popular in his youth, who carried a toolbox wherever he went — a habit Jerry had as a child.