• Arlene D. Roebuck

    Arlene D. Roebuck, 58, of Newtown, died April 17, after a long illness. She was born in Mount Kisco, N.Y., January 31, 1955.

  • Paul Anthony Lagnese

    A public memorial service for Paul Anthony Lagnese will take place at the First Church Congregational, 148 Beach Road, Fairfield, Saturday, April 27, from 1 to 4 pm.

  • Thomas B. Sager

    Thomas B. Sager, 79, of Heritage Village, Southbury, formerly of Newtown, died peacefully, April 6, at Danbury Hospital. He was born September 17, 1933 in Philadelphia, Penn., the son of Aubrey Palmer and Margaret Brinker Sager.

  • Arthur Richard Hoyt, Jr

    Arthur Richard Hoyt, Jr, 87, died peacefully, April 12. He was born in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., to Arthur and Katherine (Tillman) Hoyt.

  • Gerrit Velthuizen

    Gerrit Velthuizen, 84, of Sandy Hook, died peacefully, at home, April 10. He was born in Amsterdam, November 14, 1928, son of Andries Gerardus Velthuizen and Herina Johanna Velthuizen. He survived the Nazi occupation during World War II as a young teenager...

  • Frances Lucas Grosner

    Frances Lucas Grosner, 98, of Stratford, the beloved wife of the late Daniel Grosner, died peacefully, April 8, in Bishop Wicke Health and Rehabilitation Center, with her loving family by her side.

  • Jeremiah Michael Hunihan

    Jeremiah Michael “Jerry” Hunihan, 75, of Woodbury, died unexpectedly, April 10, at his home. He was a resident of Sandy Hook for the majority of his life, until he moved to Woodbury in 2008.

  • Travis Long

    A memorial service for Travis Richard Long, who died earlier this year, will be held on Saturday, April 20, at 3 pm.

  • The Rev Stephen Hale Gushée

    The Rev Stephen Hale Gushée, 76, priest, columnist, television moderator, and devoted husband and father, died April 6, after a months-long battle with bladder cancer. He was born in Detroit, in 1936. Mr Gushée was rector of Trinity Church in Newtown, from 1970 until 1978.

  • Jane McManus

    Jane McManus, 83, of Denver, Colo. and formerly of Ridgefield, died peacefully, April 7, with her sons by her side, after a long bout of Alzheimer’s. She was born November 14, 1929, in Utica, N.Y.