News and tributes about the lives of community members who have recently died.
Melissa said: "My mother’s greatest joy in life was to make people laugh...I know her final wish would be that we return to laughing soon."
Dr. Schoenwald lived in Rowayton for 26 years and, before that, in Darien. His wake is on Friday and his funeral on Saturday.
A religious service will take place July 11 at St. Thomas More Church in Darien for Vincent Berry, who passed away on June 24, a longtime resident of New Canaan.
The late Jazz legend Horace Silver, was born as Horace Silva in Norwalk, where he first became entranced with Jazz. His mother was from New Canaan.
Brown had her own charter business and was a member of the Bristol Yacht Club.
Calling hours are scheduled for Tuesday, June 17 with the funeral to be held Wednesday, June 18.
Rev. Margaret "Bonnie" A. Brown passed away in January. A Celebration of Life Gathering will be held later this month in her honor.
His 26 years of Navy service involved action from the Vietnam War all the way through Operation Desert Storm.
Mr. Biondo was co-chairman of Darien’s Bicentennial Celebration in 1975.
Calling hours and the funeral are scheduled for Thursday, March 27.
In her position at Ring's End was "she was meticulous and detailed, always labeling and organizing items and famously never threw anything out."
Henry Herbert was a Noroton Fire Department volunteer, active in the Darien Rotary Club, the United Way, the Darien Power Squadron and played hockey, golf and bowled.
Mr. Baker was a Fairfield resident for 35 years.
Calling hours are scheduled for Friday, March 7, with the funeral on Saturday, March 8.
The veteran Stamford Police sergeant served the department for 28 years.
He was the father of Adam Bahna of Darien. Calling hours will be held Monday, March 3, with the funeral scheduled for Tuesday, March 4.