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Obituary: Barbara Schaefer

Barbara Ann Sullivan Schaefer, aka Grandma Toots, 78 of Greenwich, CT, accepted her promotion from registered nurse, mother, and grandmother to celestial angel on Saturday, July 18, while in the intensive care unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering. In case you have trouble spotting Barbara in the sky, she will be proudly displaying her “Hugs are Free” sign. You won’t miss her. read more...

Obituary: Marc Lovallo

Marc James “Chick” Lovallo, 45, husband of Monika Teresa Lovallo, passed away Monday, July 15, 2019. A resident of Greenville, S.C., he was born on Nov. 8, 1973 in Greenwich, CT to Rosemary Natale Lovallo and the late Donald M. Lovallo. Marc was an avid baseball player and spring was his favorite time of year. When his beloved NY Yankees began spring training, so did he. His “Love Of The Game” never faded. As a youngster he played on town baseball, beginning with Bambino Ball and playing through the Senior Babe Ruth League. The end of the season often found him playing with the town’s “All-Star” team with family and friends excitedly cheering him and his team mates on from the bleachers. Baseball was not just a season to Marc, it was an all year event. read more...

E.A.T. Raises Funds for Food Allergy Research

End Allergies Together (E.A.T.), a non-profit organization that funds research to help solve the growing food allergy epidemic, raised more than $350,000 at its third fundraising event, “An Evening to EAT,” on April 27 at the Delamar Hotel in Greenwich. More than 300 people packed the sold-out event, which included cocktails on the terrace, dinner, a spirited live auction and critical initiative. Robert and Merrill Debbs of West Palm Beach, Fla., were honored with the Courage Award. Veteran comedian/actor Robert Klein, whose 33-year-old son is affected by food allergies, performed. read more...