Westport Obituaries

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  • 21 hrs ago | via Westport Now 

    Book of Memories

    The Susan Malloy memorial display at the Westport Library includes a book for guests to write their memories of the late Westport artist, art patron, and philanthropist. Library Executive Director Maxine Bleiweis said this is the second time the library has made a memorial display like this.

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  • 22 hrs ago | via Westport Now 

    Remembering Susan Malloy at the Library

    The Westport Library has created a display in honor of Westport art patron, artist and philanthropist Susan Malloy, who died April 14 at age 91 . The public is invited to express remembrances of Malloy in an accompanying guest book, pointed out by staff librarian Connie Scalise.

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  • Thursday Apr 16 | via The Westport Daily Voice 

    Susan R. Malloy, 91, Westport Artist And Philanthropist

    An avid supporter of the arts, Malloy was honored on her 90th birthday with an exhibit at the Westport Arts Center called "Susan Malloy: In the Studio." "It was with heavy heart that I learned of the passing of longtime Westporter, Susan Malloy," Westport First Selectman Jim Marpe said a statement.

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  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via Greenwich Citizen 

    Autopsy: Fairfield boater died from self-inflicted g...

    William Sapone was treated on a Southport Harbor dock last year after he was rescued when his kayak overturned in the harbor's cold waters. Sapone's was found dead overnight Tuesday off Cockenoe Island after he was reported missing while rowing off Westport.

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  • Thursday Apr 9 | via Westport News 

    Staples junior wins first Sugarman art prize

    Staples High School junior Audrey Seo stands besie her drawing "Visceral Tension,i which garnered the first Tracy Sugarman Award in a contest sponsored by the Westport Arts Center in memory of the late Westport artist. Seo is among 14 high school artists from Westport whose work is on display in the art's center's project space.

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  • Thursday Apr 2 | via The Fairfield Daily Voice 

    Joanne Strauss, 76, Of Fairfield

    She is survived by her cousins, Alan Neigher and his wife, Sylvia, of Westport; Gerald Swirsky and his wife, Holly, of Milford; Laurel Swirsky of Hamden; and Orry Lev of New York City.She was predeceased by a brother.

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  • Wednesday Mar 25 | via Patch.com 

    Anthony D. Mammone, 52; Stamford Carpenter Who Enjoy...

    Anthony Dominick Mammone, 52, of Stamford, passed away on Saturday, March 21, 2015 at Stamford Hospital with his loving family by his side. Tony graduated Stamford High School, Class of '81, where he played football and baseball.

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  • Monday Mar 23 | via Westport Now 

    Walt Reed, 97, Noted Westport Artist

    Westport artist Walt Reed, once described as the founding father of the study of American illustration as well as its chief archivist and its patron saint, died March 18. He was 97. Once an instructor at Westport's Famous Artists Schools, he authored numerous books and articles, including one on fellow Westport artist Harold von Schmidt. He founded Illustration House in Westport in 1974, which was devoted to the art and history of illustration.

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  • Mar 19, 2015 | via The Norwalk Daily Voice 

    Norwalk Hospital To Receive $40 Million From Woman's...

    The estate of a longtime Westport resident who died last June is donating $40 million to the Westport Weston Family YMCA and Norwalk Hospital. Ruth Thomas Bedford, a longtime Westport resident, actively supported both the Family YMCA and Norwalk Hospital.

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  • Mar 16, 2015 | via The Norwalk Daily Voice 

    William E. Reed, 70, Of Norwalk

    NORWALK, Conn. William E. Reed, "Bunker Bill," 70, of Norwalk, lifetime partner of Laurie A. DiNatale, died Thursday, March 5 in Norwalk Hospital.

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  • Mar 16, 2015 | 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.

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