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Camillo’s Corner: Updates From Town Hall

Every other week, the Greenwich Sentinel will bring you exclusive updates on happenings around Town Hall from First Selectman Fred Camillo. This week, Camillo discusses an update on COVID-19 contact tracing and fall preparedness, his storm response task force, the search for a new assistant fire chief, and a recent fire in nearby Port Chester.

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...

Obituary: Steven Kovach

Steven Wayne Kovach, 57, of Greenwich, passed away suddenly on Friday, Nov. 1, 2019. He was the youngest born to the late Evelyn (McGinty) and John Kovach on Aug. 9, 1962 in Port Chester, NY. He graduated from J.M. Wright Technical High School in Stamford, CT and was a second-generation plumber. He was a 30-year member of Local 777 as a Plumber Pipefitter for various companies in the Greenwich area and later traveled to Maryland, upstate New York and throughout CT for numerous union jobs. He was certified in many areas of his field and was exceptional at his work. Steve had a great sense of humor, was generous to those he cared for and was greatly loved by his family, friends and neighbors. read more...

Obituary: Julie Rice

Julie Marie Rice of NYC passed away peacefully at home after a year-long battle with cancer. She was born in Wilmette, IL to Donald and Jane Rice, the youngest of eight children. Julie was caring, funny, smart, successful, loving and most lovable. Her aura was incredibly bright, and it has faded way too soon. read more...