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Gregg Taylor Obituary

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The News-Times also owns and operates The Greater New Milford Spectrum, a weekly newspaper that covers , , , , and. Following graduation, he received a Masters Degree in Administration at Columbia University. Her style and grace were legendary, and her image came to define the 1960s. He attended Sacred Heart of Jesus School and Danbury High School, graduating in 1942. Hearst also owns the in and the Brooks Community Newspapers chain of weeklies in lower Fairfield County.

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She had immense love and pride for her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, and treasured every moment shared with family. Explore the site through the menus to filter by sport, school and our Top 10 state polls. In 1954, Ed married Mary Alma Taylor of Danbury. Peter's Cemetery Section 14, Lake Avenue Ext. The Danbury News Building as depicted in a postcard circa 1906 The News-Times is a daily newspaper based in , United States. On August 8, 2008 the Hearst Corporation acquired the Bridgeport, Conn.

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Rita Finaldi Obituary

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To read the complete obituary and leave an online condolence, please visit. He was awarded the and medals. Rita was born in Danbury, a daughter to the late Frank and Mary Ross on March 23, 1931. The chain purchased the paper in 1955. After discharge from the Army, Ed returned to the Danbury State Teachers college, where he was the president of the Class of 1948. Rita and her husband lived in Ridgefield for several years raising their three children.

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Gregg Taylor Obituary

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He qualified as both a Paratrooper and Glidertrooper and fought with the 17th in the Ardennes Battle of the Bulge , Rhineland, and Central European Campaigns. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to. Due to illness she returned to Connecticut in 2017 to be closer to her family. Fairfield County Business Journal, April 9, 2007. Rita was a wonderful Italian cook and baker, she loved taking center stage when receiving 'compliments to the chef' especially during holiday dinners.

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Rita Finaldi Obituary

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Joseph Church, Danbury at 10 a. To read the full obituary, or to leave a message of condolence, please visit. In addition to its Danbury headquarters, The News-Times maintains a news bureau in New Milford. Rita enjoyed knitting, doing word search puzzles and playing bingo. Five months later, on April 1, 2007, the newspaper, along with the weekly Spectrum, was sold for 75 million to of New York. Their crime stories range from reports on break-ins to stories involving firefighters. She attended Danbury parochial schools and graduated from Lauralton Hall High School, class of 1949.

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Gregg Taylor Obituary

the news times danbury ct

She captured the hearts of world leaders, fashion icons and people all over the planet, who knew her as Jackie Kennedy, Jacqueline Onassis, or simply Jackie O. Other towns covered include , , , , , , , , and ; and. The family will receive friends at Green Funeral Home, 57 Main St. . MediaNews announced that it will also buy the News-Times building at 333 Main Street, which had not been part of the sale to Community Newspaper Holdings. Ross, brother, Frank Ross, sister-in-law, Betty Jane Ross, grandchildren, Michelle Budner, Lorraine Brundage, Rachel Finaldi, Rebecca Hogenauer and Matthew Narel, great-grandchildren, Nicholas, Julianna, Luke, Natalia and Trevor, and several nieces and nephews.

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This page is dedicated to news, games, stats and stories about the student athletes from schools in the Greater Danbury area. The paper covers greater Danbury, a city in in southwestern. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday December 27 at St. Most crime stories that are published by The News-Times are often about events that occurred in the greater Danbury area due to the paper's collaboration with the Danbury Police Department. Some became like extended family, and she became everyone's adopted mother or grandmother. Rita is survived by her daughter Marita Narel, son-in-law, Richard Narel, sister, Rose M.

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