Bridgeport Obituaries

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  • 6 hrs ago | via The Wilton Daily Voice 

    Suspect In Custody In Shooting Death Of Bridgeport C...

    Bridgeport Chief of Police Joseph Gaudett has identified the suspect apprehended in the Thursday morning shooting death of a construction worker at a site "just around the block" from Police Headquarters. "We are still trying to find out why this happened," said Gaudett, visibly shaken by the two homicides that have occurred over the past two days in Bridgeport.


  • Monday Mar 23 | via Naugatuck Daily News 

    Obituary: Marta Stella (Arszyla) LaCharity

    Marta Stella LaCharity, 88, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 20, 2015 surrounded by her family. She was widow of Peter D. LaCharity.


  • Sunday Mar 22 | via The Lakeland Ledger 

    Filo, Doris G.

    DORIS G. FILO, 94 WINTER HAVEN - Doris G. Filo, 94, passed away March 21, 2015, at Good Shepherd Hospice. Mrs. Filo was born on June 11, 1920, in Bridgeport, CT.


  • Sunday Mar 22 | via 

    Obit: Heidi Katherine Freel, 37, a Naugatuck Native

    Heidi Katherine Freel, 37, died suddenly on March 19, 2015. Heidi was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut on December 22, 1977, to Susan Freel-DaSilva and the late Christopher John Freel.


  • Friday Mar 20 | via The Fairfield Daily Voice 

    Helen Gelozin Moyher, 95, Of Fairfield

    Born in Milford to the late John and Natalie Sidor Gelozin, she was the last remaining member of the Gelozin family of Bridgeport. Survivors include three daughters, Barbara Manning of Arizona, Patricia Moyher of Fairfield and Mary Anne Spann of Florida; two grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and 33 nieces and nephews.


  • Monday Mar 16 | via Orange Live 

    Obituary: Ruth E. Boemmels, 90, Beloved Mother of Ja...

    She was born in Stratford on May 2, 1924, daughter of the late Henry and Laura Roberts. Ruth was married and a dedicated wife for 60 years to the late James J. Boemmels.


  • Monday Mar 16 | via Connecticut Post 

    Genualdi remembered; services set for Wednesday

    Robert Genualdi stands beside a piano in his Black Rock, Conn.home on Thursday, May 3. 2007. Genualdi was the music director and conductor for the Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestra for 26 years.


  • Monday Mar 16 | via The Westport Daily Voice 

    John Izzo, 71, Former Westport Selectman

    He owned Arrow Express Inc. couriers in Bridgeport, invented the Bikers Delight Signal Light, and was a former Westport selectman. He was a Staples High School graduate, Class of 1961, and received his associate's degree from Norwalk Community College.


  • Tuesday Mar 10 | via Reuters 

    Egan funeral pays homage to late cardinal for his hu...

    Roman Catholic Cardinal Edward Egan, the retired archbishop of New York who helped sustain the city after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, was remembered for his humility at his funeral on Tuesday before a crowd filling St. Patrick's Cathedral.


  • Tuesday Mar 10 | via Vallejo News 

    Cardinal Egan funeral draws crowds to NY's St. Patri...

    Crowds gathered at St. Patrick's Cathedral on Tuesday morning for the funeral of Cardinal Edward Egan, the retired archbishop of New York who helped sustain the city in the weeks after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.


  • Monday Mar 9 | via The Fairfield Daily Voice 

    Rhonda Eady, Fairfield Resident, 75

    Finding her calling as early as 9 years old and learning from her mother, she practiced cutting hair on her four brothers and by age 12 had a following of neighborhood clients who paid her to cut their hair. Not only was she the first and only African-American female to own and operate a barbershop in Bridgeport but she also had the distinction of being the personal barber to former heavyweight boxing champion Floyd Patterson.


  • Monday Mar 9 | via The Fairfield Daily Voice 

    Paul W. Vadas, Of Fairfield, 48

    He was born in Bridgeport to George and Mary Naughton Vadas, and graduated from Andrew Warde High School, in 1984 and attended Central Connecticut State University. He was an installer with Marquee Pool and Service.


  • Friday Mar 6 | via News Max 

    Bill Donohue: Vatican Riches a 'Myth'

    The New York Times peppered its obituary of Cardinal Edward Egan with "cheap shots," using the death of the former archbishop of New York to editorialize against the Catholic Church, says Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights. "It was unbelievable.


  • Friday Mar 6 | via Iobserve 

    UPDATED: New York's Cardinal Edward Egan dies at 82

    Staff report NEW YORK - A press release posted online by the Archdiocese of New York has reported that Cardinal Edward Egan, archbishop emeritus of New York, died March 5, here. According to the press statement the cardinal was pronounced dead at NYU Langone Medical Center at 2:20 p.m.; cause of death was cardiac arrest.


  • Thursday Mar 5 | via Norwalk Citizen News 

    Egan's death elicits mixed memories

    MARCH 5: It was reported that Cardinal Edward Egan, former Archbishop of New York from 2000-09, died of a cardiac arrest at NYU Langone Medical Center on March 5, 2015 in New York City. He was 82. NEW YORK - APRIL 12: Cardinal Edward Egan smiles to the crowd gathered outside St. Patrick's Cathedral after celebrating his final Easter mass as archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York April 12, 2009 in New York City.


  • Thursday Mar 5 | via Reinke Faces Life 

    INSPIRATIONAL: Bishop Egan reminded me of Bishop Sheen

    Cardinal Egan, Former Catholic Archbishop of New York, Dead at 82 Edward Michael Egan, the ninth archbishop of New York, died Thursday afternoon of cardiac arrest, according to the Archdiocese of New York. He was 82 years old.


  • Thursday Mar 5 | via The Times of Israel 

    Cardinal Egan, former archbishop of N.Y., dies aged 82

    Cardinal Edward Egan appears outside St Patrick's Cathedral after Easter Mass on April 12, 2009. Cardinal Edward Egan, who served as the archbishop of New York from 2000 to 2009, has died at age 82. Egan's position as the archbishop of New York placed him, de facto, in one of the country's most prominent seats for Jewish-Catholic dialogue.


  • Thursday Mar 5 | via KABC-AM Los Angeles 

    Cardinal Egan, Ex-Archbishop Of New York, Dies

    Cardinal Edward Egan, the former Roman Catholic archbishop of New York, has died. He was 82. The cause was cardiac arrest, the Archdiocese of New York said in a statement.


  • Thursday Mar 5 | via The Weston Daily Voice 

    Mildred Tangredi Scinto, 90, Of Easton

    Survivors include one daughter, Marguerite of Redding; one son, Raymond Jr. of Bridgeport; one sister, Rose of Trumbull; five grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and many nieces, nephews, grand-nieces, grand-nephews and cousins. Her husband, Raymond Louis Scinto; her parents, Nicola and Margaret Tangredi; one sister, Joan; and one brother, Sam, are deceased.


  • Thursday Mar 5 | via New York Post 

    Cardinal Egan dead at 82

    Cardinal Edward Egan, who led New York's 2.5 million Catholics as archbishop for nine years, died Thursday. He was 82. A statement from the archdiocese said the cause of death was cardiac arrest.