Industrial Designer and Artist Paul Rawson to Be Laid to Rest

Paul O. Rawson

Paul Rawson, who leaves behind a legacy of innovations that have impacted millions of lives, will be laid to rest Saturday at noon at Resurrection Cemetery in Newtown. He died peacefully on Jan. 11 at the age of 100.

Rawson was a longtime Easton resident and active Continue reading “Industrial Designer and Artist Paul Rawson to Be Laid to Rest”

Obituary: Clifford J. Stueck, 89

Clifford J. Stueck
February 28, 1932 – June 18, 2021

Born at home in Queens Village, NY, Clifford Joseph Stueck was brought into the world by Arthur and Florence Keenan Stueck. He was the firstborn of five, followed by his siblings, Arthur, Patricia, George, and Francis.

Cliff Continue reading “Obituary: Clifford J. Stueck, 89”

Obituary: Freda Fensky Dickinson, 96

Freda Fensky Dickinson

Freda Fensky Dickinson, daughter of Gustafson and Bertha Fensky, born on February 29, 1924, passed away on September 26, 2020. She lived in Easton, Connecticut most of her life until she moved to Port Saint Lucie, Florida to be near her daughter and son-in-law, Continue reading “Obituary: Freda Fensky Dickinson, 96”

Obituary: Dorothy ‘Dot’ Bannow Larson, 93

Dorothy “Dot” Bannow Larson

Dorothy “Dot” Bannow Larson, age 93, died peacefully on Friday morning, September 25, 2020 at her home in Fairfield. Mrs. Larson, wife of the late Gilbert Ragnar Larson, was born in Bridgeport on May 31, 1927 to the late Rudolph and Elsa Bannow. Prior Continue reading “Obituary: Dorothy ‘Dot’ Bannow Larson, 93”

Obituary: Stephen Anthony Sylvestro, 70

Stephen Anthony Sylvestro

Although cancer won on Sept. 6 after a 15-year battle, Stephen Anthony Sylvestro rarely lost a race. An elite athlete since the ’70s, he regularly placed in the top 10 in his age group in the many road races, triathlons, biathlons, and adventure races Continue reading “Obituary: Stephen Anthony Sylvestro, 70”

Obituary: Jeanne Marie Taylor (Sylvestro), 95

Jeanne Marie Taylor (Sylvestro)

Born in Worcester, Mass. in 1924, Jeanne Marie Taylor (Sylvestro) grew into a woman who gave to those she met the love she was denied in childhood. She graduated from Commerce High School and married Staff Sargent Anthony Paul Sylvestro in 1947 when Continue reading “Obituary: Jeanne Marie Taylor (Sylvestro), 95”