Greenwich

Obituary: John Silberlicht

John Christopher Silberlicht, of Greenwich, passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, June 17. He was 54. John was predeceased by both his parents, Jack W. Silberlicht (1990), and Patricia Silberlicht (2018), and is survived by his loving sisters, Jane Doyle of Greenwich, CT, Elizabeth Silberlicht of Redondo Beach, CA, and Maria Duncan and her husband Marc, of Woodbury, CT. He is also survived by his nephew, Thomas, and nieces Samantha and Amanda. read more...

Obituary: Vincent Masi

Vincent F. Masi, of Greenwich, beloved husband to the late Ingrid Masi, passed away March 30 at age 92. He was born Aug. 18, 1927 in Summit, NJ to the late Daniel and Filomena (Bologna) Masi and moved to Greenwich in 1929. He later graduated Greenwich High School in 1945 then enlisted in the Navy after WWII. Once he was discharged from the Navy he attended Bridgeport Engineering Institute where he became a skilled tool and die maker. In 1951 Vincent was called back to serve his country in the Navy again during the Korean War. After returning from the war he worked for numerous businesses but retired after 20 years in 1993 from the Pitney Bowes Company in Stamford. read more...

Bear Hunt

Greenwich Police want to see if we can unite neighborhoods amid the coronavirus crisis. We all are Staying Safe and Staying Home. Outside walks, while practicing proper social distancing, is good for everyone, especially our children. Let’s take a tip from other towns around the country and start a “Bear Hunt.” read more...

Historical Society Panel on Immigration Support

Executives from organizations in Greenwich that have active support programs for refugees and immigrants will lead a panel discussion on how to assist new members of the community in making smooth and successful transitions. Open to the public, the forum takes place Nov. 20, 6 to 8 p.m., at the Greenwich Historical Society’s Vanderbilt Education Center. Historical Society members: $10, Non-members: $15. For more information and reservations, visit greenwichhistory.org/event/community-panel-creating-home-nonprofits-supporting-settlement-in-greenwich/ read more...