Uniting Around Shared Values in Challenging Times

We’re moving through a period that necessitates physical distance from each other, but we can counter the inherent challenges by each playing our part. Express our love for our community by reaching out to others virtually; express our humanity by seeking ways to make a difference; and feel reassured that our feelings of anxiety and vulnerability can be a positive step towards greater courage and stronger character. Embracing these life lessons is a collective learning process that can benefit all.

Obituary: Lorretta Lambert

Lorretta “Lorry” Margaret Riley Lambert died peacefully in White River Junction, Vt. on June 4, 2019. Lorry was born in Jackson, MI on May 4, 1931. A graduate of St. Mary’s High School, Jackson, MI, Lorry received an AB from St. Mary’s College, South Bend, Ind., in 1953. While attending college in South Bend, Lorry met John “Jack” F. Lambert, from Darien, CT who was attending the University of Notre Dame across the street. They married in 1953. After Jack finished law school and a federal judicial clerkship, they settled in Greenwich, CT in 1957 and in later years, split their time between Greenwich and their second home in Conway, N.H. read more...

Obituary: Madeleine Walker

Madeleine Jeanne Bittel Walker of Greenwich, CT died April 28, 2019. Madeleine (Mady) was born in Berne, Switzerland. After completing her education in Switzerland she moved to New York where she started her 20-year career in publishing. During that time she was active on the editorial staffs of TIME Magazine, TIME-LIFE Books and Reader’s Digest Books. She later settled in Greenwich, CT, where she enjoyed a long career in real estate. read more...