• Helen Marie Kerecz

    Helen Marie Kerecz, 93,of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. and formerly of Milford, died January 23. She was born in Olyphant, Penn., October 11, 1920, to Michael and Dora Sawayda Dyki.

  • William H. Felmer, Sr

    William H. Felmer Sr, 85, of Danbury, died January 24, at Danbury Hospital. He was the husband of the late Rebecca Corey Felmer. He was born in New Milford, August 21, 1928, son of William and Ethel Henderson Felmer.

  • Caroline M. Collins

    Caroline M. (Bike) Collins, 81, of Trumbull, died January 22, at St. Vincent Medical Center. She was born in Bridgeport to the late Joseph and Veronica (Szymanski) Bike.

  • Ann Sheils McCormick

    Ann Sheils McCormick, 95, of Newtown died peacefully January 15 at Lockwood Lodge in Sandy Hook. Born in Manhattan on June 13, 1918, she was the sixth of nine children of Lauretta and Judge William J. Sheils, a former surrogate of Westchester County.

  • Margaret C. Warner

    Margaret C. Warner, 91, formerly a longtime resident of Sandy Hook, died January 18, in Nantucket, Mass. She was born in Waterbury, to Laura and George Camp.

  • Betty Jean Chandler

    Betty Jean Chandler, 85, formerly of Lexington, Va., died January 14, in Albuquerque, N.M. She was born October 9, 1928, and was a daughter of the late George Hunter Culley and Edna Barclay Culley.

  • Eva Warholak Husanita

    Eva Warholak Husanita, 95 of West Scranton, Penn., formerly of Bridgeport, died January 6, in Allied Skilled Nursing Center in Clarks Summit, Penn. Born in Wyola-Smithmills, Penn., she was the daughter of the late Michael and Mary Suchick Warholak.

  • John Francis Pinto

    John Francis Pinto, 56, of Greenwich, died January 14. He was born in Bridgeport, April 22, 1957. Among his survivors is a sister and brother-in-law, Karen Pinto Kastner and Matthew Kastner of Newtown.

  • Heloise Litchfield Wilkinson

    Heloise Litchfield Wilkinson, 98, died peacefully January 12, at home in Watermark at East Hill, Southbury. She was born December 4, 1915, to Kate D. A. Weber and Herman C. Weber, in Brooklyn, N.Y.

  • Jeffrey Bucko

    Jeffrey Bucko, 50, of New Britain, died suddenly January 11, in his home. He was born in Bridgeport, beloved son of Joseph and Barbara (Durica) Bucko, Jr and had been a long time area resident.