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Obituary: Beth Rollins

Beth Bierstedt Rollins, 88, a resident of Old Greenwich, Cos Cob, and Stamford since 1969, who was active in local church, music, and community affairs, passed away peacefully on April 8, 2020 at Edgehill Assisted Living Center. The cause of death was cancer, which she faced for 10 months with the quiet dignity that she brought to every other aspect of her wonderful life. Her family and dear friends will miss her greatly, knowing in their hearts that Beth was put here to connect, to help others, and to sing. read more...

Obituary: Paul Muller

Paul John Muller, of Greenwich, CT, and Hyannis, MA, passed from this earth on Jan. 27, 2020, three weeks shy of his 99th birthday. Born Feb. 20, 1921 in Bronx, NY to Paul Ennoand Anne Veronica (née Etzold) Muller, he graduated from Theodore Roosevelt High School. While still in high school, he won the New York American’s 1936 Baseball Contest and was awarded the $200 prize by Babe Ruth. Eighty-three years later, he was honored on home plate of his beloved Yankee Stadium as Veteran of the Game. Nearly a century of achievements included a BA from Dartmouth College (1945) and an MBA from Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration (1947). He was a Lieutenant (SG) in the US Naval Reserve and served in both World War II and the Korean Conflict. He went on to a distinguished career in Finance, earning his CPA, as Vice President and Treasurer of Young & Rubicam Advertising as Senior Vice President of The November Group (an advertising agency created to promote the successful elections of Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan), as Treasurer of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation and as Manager of Advertising Controls for the General Foods Corporation. read more...