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Macklin, Patrick  
IN LOVING MEMORY OF PATRICK MACKLIN ON YOUR 4TH ANNIVERSARY IN HEAVEN 2/27/39 ~ 5/23/11 You left us beautiful memories, Your love is still our guide, Although we cannot see you, you are always by our side, Loving and Remembering you now and every day YOUR LOVING FAMILY
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Published in GreenwichTime on May 23, 2015
McSpadden, Barbara - Stamford  
McSpadden, Barbara D. On May 25, our beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend, Barbara Dodds McSpadden passed away with grace and courage after battling cancer. She is missed terribly by those whose lives she touched, especially by her husband Peter, sons Douglas, David, Peter C. and grandchildren Kevin, Sean, Liam, and Rhea. Barbara Dodds McSpadden was born on November 15, 1931 in Oak Park, Illinois and with her family moved to California. During her early years, the Dodds family moved to Garden City, NY where she grew up. Barbara attended Smith College graduating in 1953. She went to work at the National Broadcasting Company as an associate to the Fashion Editor on the "Home Show", then the daytime part of the "Today-Home-Tonight" NBC television programming package. Later, she moved on to become Director of Female Personnel at the America Fore Insurance Group. In 1956, while working and living in New York, Barbara met Peter McSpadden After a brief romance, they married in June of that year and, like many young couples, lived happily in New York City. Two years later, the couple moved to Riverside, Connecticut their home for the next 57 years. They had many very close Riverside/Old Greenwich friends and they participated actively at the Riverside Yacht Club. Barbara always loved books and was a voracious reader. She followed her dream and obtained an MBA degree In Library Sciences in 1976, She then worked as Head Librarian at Greenwich Country Day School and as Reference Librarian at Perrot Memorial Library in Old Greenwich, CT. Barbara was an outgoing, sparkling, bright person who always reached out to help others. She developed a very special relationship with a Stamford 7th grader who she mentored through High School and into Iona College. That lady now has a successful finance career and they remain close friends. She also encouraged and supported a young summer visitor who now has a family and has remained a friend for many years. Community volunteer work was always a priority. She was an early Co-Director/Founder of Community Answers, Trustee/Chair of Greenwich Stamford Literacy Volunteers where she tutored many individuals helping with language and social adjustment issues. She also worked with Call for Action, was President of the MarvelWood School Parents Association, co-Chaired the Eastern Middle School PTA, and was Vice President of the Greenwich Junior League. One of Barbara's favorite places was her second home in Rockport Maine where life is different and quieter. She golfed with many friends at the Megunticook Golf Club, boated around Penobscot Bay and enjoyed looking East to early sunrises. Many close friends were made in her 34 years on the shore of Penobscot Bay. A favorite place became the Farnsworth Art Museum where she connected as a member and supporter of the Education Committee. She didn't waste time with her travel back and forth from Maine to Connecticut. Along the way she visited the interesting small businesses that in earlier days dotted her route. These visits became the source of her fun to read book titled "Bargain Hunting Along the Coast of Maine All in all, a wonderful and varied life. As she said before leaving, "I've been so blessed". So have we just for her being with us. Barbara was an Elder of The First Presbyterian Church, Greenwich and a Memorial Service will be held there at 2:00pm on June 13, 2015. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to: Stamford/Greenwich Literacy Volunteers of America, 66 Palmer Hill Rd. Stamford, CT 06902 or to the Farnsworth Art Museum, by going to
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Published in GreenwichTime from May 27 to May 28, 2015
Moore Jr., Anthony - Port Chester  
Moore Jr., Anthony J. Anthony J. Moore Jr. passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on May 22nd, 2015 at the age of 82. Beloved husband of Nel. Loving father to Cindy, John, Skip (Tammy) and Rob (Lucy). Proud grandfather of Amanda, John Jr., Taylor and Zack. Brother of Edna (Sal) DeMarco. Brother in law to John L. (Nora) Marciniak. Predeceased by his parents Anthony Sr. and Frances, his brother Charles and his sister Rosanne. Anyone who knew "Moe", loved him. He was a kind, considerate, caring husband, father, grandfather, uncle, friend who will be sorely missed by all. He lived in Port Chester all his life & was a 1950 graduate of Port Chester High School. He played basketball while in high school and loved all sports. Anthony met & married his middle school sweetheart Nel in 1953. They had four children during their 62 year union. He was proudest of the accomplishments of his 4 children and his 4 grandchildren and loved just spending time with the family. He was happiest when helping others; always willing to lend a hand. Anthony was a devoted lifelong parishioner and volunteer at Corpus Christi Church and was a member and past president of The Holy Name Society. After retirement 20 years ago, from being an electrical supervisor, he & his wife Nel traveled extensively. Viewing will be held in Gunipero-Farenga Funeral Home on Monday May 25th from 4-8P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will take in Corpus Christi Church on Tuesday May 26th at 10:30A.M. An entombment will follow in St. Mary's Cemetery Rye Brook, NY. In lieu of flowers donation may be made in Anthony's name to St. Jude's Children's Hospital 501 St. Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105 . Online condolence may be sent at
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Published in GreenwichTime from May 24 to May 25, 2015
Moretti Sr., Frank Joseph  
In Loving Memory Of FRANK JOSEPH MORETTI SR. 3/20/1931-5/25/2010 Our love for you is eternal Our memories are long We miss you always. YOYO, JOANNE, FRANK JR., NICOLE, MICHAEL, LORI AND PETE
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Published in GreenwichTime on May 25, 2015
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