David Polcyn, 57, of Sedona, Ariz., died November 15, while hiking in the Beaver Creek area of the Coconino National Forest. He was born in Chicago, October 11, 1957. He graduated from Newtown High School in 1975, and from the University of Connecticut in 1980 with a degree in international business.
Linda Lou Palanzo Rosvally, 67, of Newtown died November 18 at Danbury Hospital. She was the daughter of the late Mamie (Clerici) and Carl Palanzo. She was born in Danbury, where she attended St Peter Catholic School, and she graduated from Bethel High School.
Eleanor Anderson, 96, of Woodbury, widow of the composer Leroy Anderson, died November 12, of natural causes, at her home. She was born Eleanor Jane Firke, May 21, 1918, in Champaign, Ill., the daughter of Beulah Hubbard Firke and Attorney Charles Wesley Firke.
Lorraine Dinan Casey, 91, of Sandy Hook, beloved mother, cherished grandmother and great-grandmother, died November 15 at Danbury Hospital surrounded by her family, following a brief illness. She was the wife of the late Warren T. Casey.
John U. Farley, Jr, 74, of Greenwich and Brookfield, affectionately known by friends and family as “Jack,” died November 12, after a nearly yearlong battle with cancer. His wife; his three children, John of Newtown...
Gregory Scott Goodkowsky, 27, of Newtown died November 11. Born March 10, 1987, in Springfield, Mass., he was the son of Sharon (Fowler) Goodkowsky, formerly of Newtown, now living in Uxbridge, Mass., and Eric Goodkowsky of Navarre, Fla.
Gerald A. Chrusciel, 84, beloved husband of Alice Anderson Chrusciel since 1954, and United States Army veteran, of Newtown, died suddenly November 7. Born in Springfield, Mass., a son of the late Helen (Anderson) and Matthew Chrusciel, he was raised in Indian Orchard and Ludlow,...
Lola (Asen) Eigen, 96, a longtime resident of Newtown, died November 8 at Masonicare at Newtown. She had been the loving wife of the late Herbert Eigen for 62 years. Born July 8, 1918, in Brooklyn, N.Y., she was the daughter of the late Fannie (Kroten) and Nathan Asen.