Greenwich Obituaries

Greenwich Obituaries

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  • 15 hrs ago | via Fairfield Citizen-News 

    Greenwich's "Fourth Selectman," Charlene A...

    Charlene Abdal in her Town Hall office in 2009, retiring after 33 years with the town and serving as an executive assistant to some 12 First Selectman. She died Sunday after a long illness.

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  • Tuesday Nov 22 | via The Stamford Daily Voice 

    Services Set For Stamford's Joseph 'Joey' Comunale, ...

    Stamford native Joseph "Joey" Comunale, an athlete at Westhill High School and a graduate of Hofstra University, died Nov. 13 . He was 26. Comunale attended Westhill High School and was a member of the state championship baseball team.

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  • Friday Nov 11 | via Darien News-Review 

    Greenwich filmmaker remembered for talent, spirit

    Memorial services will be held this spring for Dick Roberts, 86, an award-winning documentary filmmaker from Greenwich whose worked reached an international audience. Roberts, who died at his Riverside home last month from complications associated with heart disease, was well-known in town, a frequent presence at community functions, often seated at the piano.

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  • Tuesday Nov 8 | via The Vermont Standard 

    H. Jay Richardson Obituary, 91

    There will be no services at this time for H. Jay Richardson, 91, who died Oct. 26 at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Jay was born on July 25, 1925 in Mayfield, New York, son of Harold and Ethel Richardson.

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  • Oct 28, 2016 | via Darien News-Review 

    Catholic church clarifies stance on scattering ashes

    Fred Knapp Funeral Director Matthew Murphy with an urn that is available to hold the ashes of the deceased at the Fred Knapp Funeral Home in Greenwich, Conn., Friday, Oct. 28, 2016. With an increase in the popularity of cremations, the Vatican has issued new guidelines for Roman Catholics barring the scattering of ashes in nature and is now urging that the cremated remains be preserved in approved sacred places or cemeteries.

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