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Maxwell B. Chernoff  | Obituary | Condolences |
CHERNOFF, Maxwell Maxwell (Bud) Chernoff, 95, born in Hamden, CT to Minnie and Harry Abraham Chernoff, passed away peacefully on May 27, 2019 at home. Loving and devoted husband to his wife Carol. Adored father of his children Nancy Chernoff-White of New York City, NY, Bart Chernoff of Richmond, VA, Cathy (Bernard) Donnelly of Richmond, VA. Dear brother of Adrienne Boehm of Bridgeport, CT and the late Muriel Friedman. Also survived by loving grandsons, Maxwell Donnelly, Zachary Chernoff-White, Alexander Chernoff. Army War hero in WWll, football scholarship star at U.Conn., got his BS, played semi- pro baseball in CT, and MBA, from Simmons College School of Retailing Management. He was entrepreneur extraordinaire, CEO, salesman and 4 handicap golfer. He successfully built Nappe-Smith, a housewares company . Was acquired and merged to Nappe Babcock, where he headed the company for Dart Industries. Then bought back Company during a divestiture, continued success and then resold to Marketing Corporation of America. He retired two years later. Always a sports fan, was a lifelong fan of the New York Yankees. He was philanthropic, cherished his friends and lit up the room. But most of all he was a much loved and loving husband and father who guided all to be their best, as he gave his best. His memory will be eternally loved and cherished. Funeral services at Beth El Memorial Park, Warner St., Hamden, CT, Tuesday Afternoon at 1:00 o'clock. Memorial contributions may be sent to: Cancer Center at Jupiter Medical Center, 1210 Old Dixie Highway, Jupiter, FL. 561-263-5728. Or American Friends of Herzog Hospital, Jerusalem. 561-900-4399. Funeral arrangements in care of Robert E. Shure & Son Funeral Home, New Haven, CT
 
Gordon C. Andrews  | Obituary | Condolences |
ANDREWS, Gordon C. It is with great sadness that the family of Gordon Clark Andrews announces his passing on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at the age of 78 years old after a brief illness. Gordon was born in Boston, Massachusetts to Loring Beal and Flora Spencer (Hinckley) and later moved to Scarsdale, New York where he graduated from Edgemont High School. Gordon then attained his Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College in 1963. During college, Gordon joined the Navy ROTC and, upon graduation, he served as an Officer in the United States Navy for three years, most notably on the USS Pyro (AE-24). After discharge from the Navy, Gordon started dating his wife of 52 years, Deborah (Devere) whom he had known since childhood and married her a year later in Scarsdale, New York. Gordon then attended New York University School of Law where he earned his Juris Doctor in 1969. The same year, Gordon and Debbie moved to Riverside, Connecticut. Gordon then acted as General Counsel for many corporations, including Howmet Corporation, Beker Industries Corporation, M&T Chemicals, Inc., Essroc Corporation, and Troy Corporation. In 1995, he joined the law firm Epstein Becker & Green, P.C. as a Member of the firm's Corporate Law Department in New York City until his retirement from law in 2016. Gordon enjoyed skiing and golf, which he often played as a longtime member of both Greenwich Country Club and Jonathan's Landing Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida. He was also an avid reader and especially enjoyed legal thrillers. Gordon also enjoyed cooking and the spicier the food, the better! Gordon also loved fixing things and could often be found working on an improvement project around the house. Gordon will be lovingly remembered by his wife Deborah, and his three daughters Christine Andrews of St. Paul, Minnesota, Cynthia Andrews DiPreta of Old Greenwich, Connecticut, and Carey Sweetser of Jupiter, Florida. Gordon will also be fondly remembered by his four grandchildren. Gordon was predeceased by his parents Flora and Loring and his two brothers Benjamin and Loring. A Memorial Service for Gordon will be held on Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 12:00PM, at the First Congregational Church of Old Greenwich, 108 Sound Beach Avenue, Old Greenwich, Connecticut.
 
Eugene Henri Elias
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Eugene Henri Elias on Friday, May 24, 2019.

From the Elias Family:
Eugene Henri Elias, Sr | May 1, 1935 - May 24, 2019
Family and friends of Eugene Henri Elias, Sr are invited to join his wife and children for a Memorial Service on Friday, May 31st at 11:00am  at Saint Christopher's Catholic Church (12001 S. East Federal Highway Hobe Sound, FL) with a reception to follow at Jonathan’s Landing Golf Club (16823 Captain Kirle Drive Jupiter, FL).

There will also be a military ceremony Monday, June 3rd at 9:30am at South Florida National Cemetery (6501 South State Road 7, Lake Worth).
 
 
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