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  • Louis H. Durand

    Louis H. Durand, 82, of Brookfield, formerly of Ridgefield, died May 10. He was born in New York, N.Y., March 2, 1931.

  • Leon M. King

    Leon M. King, 69, of Newtown, beloved husband of Emilia (Centeno) King, died at Danbury Hospital, May 20. He was born in Danbury, and was the son of Sadie (Zenobia) King Bilka of Danbury and the late Leo A. King.

  • Gordon Kimo Scott

    Gordon Kimo Scott, 55 of New Haven, died May 16, at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He was born in Bridgeport, August 2, 1957, a son of Charles and Alma (Akeo) Scott of New London.

  • Judge G. Sarsfield Ford

    The Honorable G. Sarsfield Ford, 79, of Fairfield, died peacefully, May 19. Judge Ford, son of Julia Day Ford and John C. Ford, was born in Bridgeport on September 6, 1933.

  • Roy Madsen

    Roy “Whitey” Madsen, 95, of Danbury, died May 19, at Pope John Paul II Health Care Center in Danbury. He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., June 28, 1917, a son of Iver and Maria Madsen.

  • Jane Cataldo

    Jane Cataldo of Southbury, 93, died May 15, with her granddaughter, Alyssa, at her bedside. She was born in New Brunswick, N.J., and graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Adelphi College and a master’s degree in Elementary Education from New Paltz State University in New York.

  • Gladys (Walsh) Federowicz

    Gladys (Walsh) Federowicz, 93, of Huntington, Conn., died May 17, at Bishop Wicke Health Care Center. She was born in Bridgeport to the late John and Anna Walsh.

  • Craig Van Dyck Morrissey

    Craig Van Dyck Morrissey, 45, of Roswell, Ga., and formerly of Newtown, died in an automobile accident, May 8. He was the beloved son of Nancy R. Morrissey and the late Robert M. Morrissey.

  • Virginia Polena Morcone

    Virginia Polena Morcone, of Fairfield, beloved wife of Joseph Morcone, died in St Vincent’s Medical Center, May 10, surrounded by her loving family. Born in Worcester, Mass., she was the daughter of the late Themistokli and Pandora Buzi Polena.

  • Dr Michael A. Celli

    Michael A. Celli, D.C., 94, formerly from Milford, died May 13, at the Masonicare at Newtown. He was the beloved husband of the late Metta “Maxine” Logsdon Celli. Mr Celli was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., July 29, 1918, son of Ferdinando and Isabella Frankolina Celli.