Milestone Discharge Provides Hope

The sounds of cheers and applause echoed along Perryridge Road in front of Greenwich Hospital on Monday afternoon, as Yale New Haven Health celebrated the release of its 2,500th recovered COVID-19 patient.

Gabriel Cid, 44, a Greenwich resident, exited the hospital’s main entrance to a thunderous roar from hospital staff. He was admitted to Greenwich Hospital on April 12, spent 30 days in the Intensive Care Unit, and 21 days on a ventilator.

Obituary: Elizabeth Cecio

Elizabeth “Betty” Cecio, wife of the late Michael Cecio, passed away peacefully in her sleep, the morning of April 12, Easter Sunday, at the age of 101. She was born in Port Chester, NY on Dec. 10, 1918 to Italian immigrants, Guditta and Luigi Frattarola. She attended Port Chester High School and went on to work at S and K clothing factory, where she made military uniforms. She married Michael Cecio of Greenwich in 1941 and was one of the owners of Cecio Brothers Construction. read more...

Obituary: William Ricciardi

William (Bill) J. Ricciardi, 91, of Chandler, AZ, passed away on April 8, 2020. Bill was born on May 27, 1928, in Greenwich, CT, to Alfred and Carmela Ricciardi. He married Elizabeth (Betty) Sprague, the love of his life, on Sept. 10, 1949 at St. Mary’s Church on Greenwich Ave. Bill was dedicated to his family and friends. He was an amazing and wonderful father, grandfather and great-grandfather, and will be sadly missed. read more...

Obituary: Cary May

Cary N. May, of Greenwich, CT, passed away on Feb. 1, 2020. Cary was born in 1938 in New York City and grew up in Brooklyn where he made lifelong friends and memories. Cary is the beloved husband of Mona May (Halpin) who he married in 1962 in Brooklyn. He served in the United States Army, stationed in postwar Germany. He started his career on the New York Stock Exchange as a runner, advancing to become a Bond Trader. For more than 50 years, Cary worked at several brokerage firms, ultimately retiring from Murphy & Durieu. He was well-known and highly respected in his field and continued to trade beyond retirement using his talent, experience and keen sense of the financial markets until his sudden passing. read more...