Patrick Correnty obit

Dr. Patrick Correnty, 53, DHS Class of ’83, Post 53 Member, Physician, Avid Cook and Traveler

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Dr. Patrick Anthony Correnty passed away unexpectedly on Oct. 1 at his home in Washington, D.C. He was 53. Patrick was born in Stamford, Connecticut on March 11, 1965 and is survived by his mother Joan Correnty and his father Anthony Correnty. A 1983 graduate of Darien High School, Patrick went on to receive his undergraduate degree at Washington and Jefferson College, attended Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine and conducted his residency at Georgetown University where he was awarded Outstanding Resident. As a youth, he had a strong desire to become a physician.

Donald Rossbach obit

Donald Rossbach, 63, Investment Executive, St Thomas More Council Member, Avid Golfer, Tennis Player

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Donald “Don” Rice Rossbach, 63, passed away peacefully on Monday, Oct. 8 at his home in Darien, surrounded by his loving family. Don was born on March 9, 1955 in Red Bank, N.J. and was raised on the Jersey Shore. He obtained his BA in international studies from Dickinson University in 1977 and an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business in 1983. Don began his illustrious career in finance with Lehman Brothers and over his 35-year career, he was recognized as a principled, ethical investment professional with unwavering integrity.

Daniel Jenkins obit

Daniel Jenkens, Union Carbide Executive, Opened Treasures Antique Store, Longtime Hospital Volunteer

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Daniel Jenkins, a Darien resident for 45 years, passed away peacefully on Oct. 6, 2018. He was born in Dover, N.J. in 1930 to Katherine Penberthy and Arthur Jenkins and was raised in Short Hills, N.J. He served two years in the U.S. Army and went on to graduate with a B.S. in finance and commerce from Bucknell in 1953. Eventually Dan became a general management executive with Union Carbide. His job included a lot of hard work, travel and golf.

Janet Martella obit

Janet Martella, 90, Longtime Darien Resident, Active Volunteer, Mother of Five

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Janet Louise Martella, a longtime Darien resident, passed peacefully on Oct. 4, 2018 at the age of 90. Janet was born on March 9, 1928 in Larchmont, N.Y., the daughter of Helen Daly Werring Winkler and Frederick H. Werring. Her grandfather was Major George A. Daly, a decorated war hero in World War I who created and was the first sworn officer of the Federal probation system in 1927. Janet graduated from Rye High School in Rye, N.Y., where she was a core member of the field hockey team.


Lorraine Pellegrino, 79, Worked at Stop & Shop on Heights Road

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Lorraine Anne Pellegrino, 79, of Stamford passed away peacefully on Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018 at Greenwich Hospital. She was the daughter of the late Archie and Elizabeth Soule. Lorraine enjoyed her position as a clerk at Stop & Shop in Noroton Heights in Darien for 14 years before her retirement. She is survived by her devoted son, Joseph J. Pellegrino, Jr. and his wife Jenifer of Bridgeport and her goddaughter, Betty Jean Vlicky Taylor, of Florida.

Pete Roux obit

Pete Roux, 75, Scholar, Traveler, Always Helping Others

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Pete Roux, surrounded by family, died on Sept. 14. Born on Sept. 6, 1943 in Oak Park, Ill., he was raised in Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. and attended Xavier High School in New York City. He graduated from the University of Illinois at Champaign in 1965, with a degree in modern Chinese politics.

Walter Lohotsky obit

Walter Lohotsky, 92, Stamford Firefighter for 42 Years, Darien Town Government Employee

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Walter Lohotsky of Stamford passed away in peace on Sunday, Sept. 23 at the age of 92. Walt was born in New York City and was raised in Banksville, then the hinterlands of Greenwich, complete with a two-room schoolhouse and plenty of swimming holes. At age 18 he found himself in the Pacific aboard the USS Earl V. Johnson, watched torpedoes pass under his ship, and fondly remembered the conclusion of the war from Leyte Gulf in the Philippines. Upon returning home, he married his beloved Mary and enjoyed a 62-year marriage.

Thomas Moseley Sr. obit

Thomas Moseley Sr, 93, Avid Golfer, Hockey Player, Frequent Volunteer

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Thomas Clark Moseley Sr., 93, of Woods Hole, MA, a beloved patriarch and scion and a Harvard athlete, passed away on Sept. 16. He was born in Boston as the youngest of five children (and the only child to be born in a hospital). Raised in Dover, MA, he graduated from the Westminster School, Class of 1942, where he was captain of both hockey and baseball teams, as well as Co-MVP football and school prefect. A member of Harvard’s Class of 1946, he was a member of the AD and Hasty Pudding, played football and hockey, and quarterbacked an undefeated JV football team.