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Date: Monday, 14 October 2013, at 12:25 p.m.

Alfred Ogden

Alfred Ogden, 93, of Stonington and New York City, died on Friday 21 March 2003 in Manhattan.

He was born in Brooklyn on 14 October 1909. Mr Odgen served as a lieutenant colonel in the US Army in World War II and was decorated with the Legion of Merit.

Mr Ogden was a former partner of the firm of Alexander & Green and former counsel to Morgan, Lewis & Bockius and Reboul, MacMurray, Hewitt, Maynard & Kristol. He served as a trustee or director of The Fay School, Population Reference Bureau, the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation, the Lavenberg Foundation, Mystic Seaport Museum, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Robert College of Istanbul, Turkey, the English Speaking Union, the Winston Churchill Memorial fund, Planned Parenthood New York City, and the Children's Museum, in New York.

Mr Odgen is survived by his son, Alfred T. Ogden II; three grandchildren Alix R Ogden Matthews, Alfred T Ogden III MD, and Mary Fell P Ogden; and two great-grandchildren, Katherine S Matthews and Alexander R Matthews.

Funeral services were held at Calvary Church in Stonington Borough on Sunday 30 March 2003. A memorial service was held at Frank Campbell in New York City on Wednesday 2 April 2003.

Donations in Mr Odgen's memory may be made to The Mystic Seaport Museum, PO Box 6000, Mystic CT 06355; or to Yale University, PO Box 803, New Haven CT 06508; or to Robert College of Istanbul, 276 Fifth Avenue, New York NY 10001.

Alfred Ogden

Alfred Ogden, 93, of Stonington and New York City, died on Friday 21 March 2003 in Manhattan.

He was born in Brooklyn on 14 October 1909. Mr Odgen served as a lieutenant colonel in the US Army in World War II and was decorated with the Legion of Merit.

Mr Ogden was a former partner of the firm of Alexander & Green and former counsel to Morgan, Lewis & Bockius and Reboul, MacMurray, Hewitt, Maynard & Kristol. He served as a trustee or director of The Fay School, Population Reference Bureau, the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation, the Lavenberg Foundation, Mystic Seaport Museum, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Robert College of Istanbul, Turkey, the English Speaking Union, the Winston Churchill Memorial fund, Planned Parenthood New York City, and the Children's Museum, in New York.

Mr Odgen is survived by his son, Alfred T. Ogden II; three grandchildren Alix R Ogden Matthews, Alfred T Ogden III MD, and Mary Fell P Ogden; and two great-grandchildren, Katherine S Matthews and Alexander R Matthews.

Funeral services were held at Calvary Church in Stonington Borough on Sunday 30 March 2003. A memorial service was held at Frank Campbell in New York City on Wednesday 2 April 2003.

Donations in Mr Odgen's memory may be made to The Mystic Seaport Museum, PO Box 6000, Mystic CT 06355; or to Yale University, PO Box 803, New Haven CT 06508; or to Robert College of Istanbul, 276 Fifth Avenue, New York NY 10001.

George de Kay

George de Kay, 76, of Stonington and New York City, died of cancer in his Manhattan apartment on Saturday 22 February 2003.

Born and reared in New York City, Mr de Kay was a grandson of Charles Augustus de Kay, a literary and art critic of The New York Times who founded the National Arts Club in 1898. Mr de Kay was a graduate of Choate and Tufts and a member of the Century Association in New York and the Wadawanuck Club in Stonington.

Mr de Kay founded M. Evans, a publishing house, in 1954 with Mel Evans, a colleague at Doubleday & Co., where Mr. de Kay was the editor in chief of Permabooks, Doubleday's first paperback imprint. He worked with Herbert Katz, then his editor-in-chief, to expand the company over the years. Mr de Kay fostered the early careers of best-selling novelists and issued popular nonfiction as the president of one of New York's last independent publishing houses. In an era when independent publishers were gobbled up by vast conglomerates, M. Evans evolved from a packaging company that developed properties for larger publishers into a house with an eclectic list that included the early books of popular novelists like Donald Westlake, Dean Koontz, David Morrell and Eric Van Lustbader. In addition, Evans best sellers included "Aerobics" by Kenneth Cooper; "Body Language" by Julius Fast; "Meeting at Potsdam" by Charles L. Mee Jr.; "A Gift of Joy," the autobiography of Helen Hayes; and the house's most striking recent success, the revised "Dr. Atkins' Diet Revolution."

Mr de Kay is survived by his wife Miranda; two sons and a daughter from his marriage to Mary Elliman de Kay, who died in 1982: Colman, of Los Angeles; Sarah, of Claverack NY.; and Charles, of Chicago. He is also survived by a brother, the author James Tertius de Kay of Pawcatuck; two stepchildren, Alexandra Booke Millner of Los Angeles and Nicholas Booke of New York; and four stepgrandchildren.

A memorial service is planned in New York City on Thursday 17 April 2003 at the Century Association.

Alfred Henry Sr

Alfred P Henry Sr, 83, of Stonington, died on Wednesday 5 February 2003 at the Mystic Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center where he had been a patient since June of 2002.

Born in Stonington on 22 December 1919, he was the son of Antone Arruda Henry and Maria Costa Henry. Mr Henry attended Stonington schools. He worked in the Borough at the Atwood Machine Company and at Plax. He was also a commercial fisherman aboard the dragger "Our Gang". He also worked as a rigger at the Electric Boat Company where he was master technician at the dry dock.

Mr Henry served in the Army in World War II. On 19 April 1943 he married Frances Bychowsky, who survives him.

Mr Henry was a communicant of St Mary Church in Stonington Borough, a member of the Nina Council Knights of Columbus and a 30-year member of the Westerly Lodge No. 678 BPOE. He was a life member of the Portuguese Holy Ghost Society, where he served as president from 1950 to 1952. He was also on the PHGS Board of Directors from 1953 to 1958. Mr Henry was also a member of the Hugo Simonelli Post 3263 Veterans of Foreign Wars of Mystic.

In addition to his wife, Mr Henry is survived by a daughter Barbar Jean Curioso of Pawcatuck; a son Alfred P Henry Jr of Stonington ; a sister Irene McDonough of Stonington; two brothers, Joseph Henry of Stonington and James Henry of Avon Park FL; a grandson Joseph Curioso III of Pawcatuck; and several nieces and nephews.

Mr Henry was predeceased by a brother Anthony Henry; and three sisters, Constance Roderick, Wilhelmina Whaley and Laura Campbell.

A mass of Christian burial was celebrated at St Mary Church, Stonington Borough, on Saturday 8 February 2003.

Contributions in Mr Henry's memory may be made to the Stonington Ambulance Corps, PO Box 424, Stonington CT 06378 or to St Mary Church, 95 Main Street, Stonington CT 06378.

Lawrence Pont Sr

Lawrence H Pont Sr, 76, of Pawcatuck, died on Sunday 19 January 2003 at his home after a long illness.

Born in Stonington on 8 July 1926, he was the son of Henry and Mary DeBragga Pont. He served in the US Navy in World War II. He worked as a machinist at the Atwood Machine Company and later at Plax and Monsanto, from which he retired in 1989. He was an active member of the Portuguese Holy Ghost Society, where he contributed famously to the Fish & Chips dinners with his labor and especially his chowder. He was also a former member of the Wequetequock Fire Department. On 17 June 1975 he married Carolyn Vacca Arbour in Stonington. She survives him.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Susan Lord of Mystic; two sons, Lawrence H Pont Jr of Stonington and Donne Pont of Pawcatuck; four stepchildren, Michael R Arbour of Norwich, Francine Allard of Gales Ferry, Francis Arbour Jr of Oregon and Arthur J Arbour of Pennsylvania; ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Mr Pont was predeceased by a brother, Francis J Pont, and a sister, Priscilla Cale

A funeral was held at Mystic Funeral Home on Thursday 23 January, followed by burial with military honors in St Mary Cemetery, Stonington.

Contributions in Mr Pont's memory may be made to Hospice of Southeastern Connecticut, 179 Gallivan Lane, Uncasville CT 06382-0902.

Francis E Rose

Francis E Rose, 92, of Stonington, died on Sunday 19 January 2003 at home with his family. Born in Stonington Borough on 2 December 1910, he was the son of Joseph M and Mary Catherine (née Sylvia) Rose.

Mr Rose worked for 40 years at the Bradford Dyeing Association, from which he retired in 1975. An avid boater and fisherman, Mr Rose was a life member of the Westerly Yacht Club, the Portuguese Holy Ghost Club and an honorary life member of the Neptune Engine Company #1 of Stonington.

Mr Rose married Marion Vincent in 1936. She died on 16 November 2002. Mr Rose is survived by a son, Douglas R Rose of Mystic; seven grandchildren and 11 great-granchildren. He was also predeceased by a daughter, Susan Rose Taylor of Santa Barbara CA; and two sisters, Peg Holtzem of Mesa AZ and Celia Metcalf of Westerly; and a brother, Joseph Rose.

A memorial service was held at the United Congregational Church of Westerly-Pawcatuck on Wednesday 22 January 2003.

Donations in Mr Rose's memory may be made to the United Congregational Church, 9 Castle Hill Road, Pawcatuck CT 06379.

Verna Malloy

Verna M. Malloy, née Bailey, 73, of Stonington Borough, died on Friday 10 January 2003 at Hartford Hospital in Hartford CT.

The daughter of Paul B and Alice (née Sharp) Bailey, she was born in Millville NJ on 17 March 1929. She lived in Tenafly NJ for 40 years before moving to Stonington in 1995. She was married to John D Malloy.

A graduate of Westtown High School in Westtown PA, Mrs Malloy graduated from Pembroke College in Providence and received her degree in Library Science from Rutgers University.

During her long career, she worked as a children's librarian in private and public schools in the New York City area.

Mrs Malloy is survived by three daughters, Priscilla B Malloy and her husband Kenneth C Busick of Simsbury CT; Allison B Malloy of Little Compton RI; Stephanie M Pritchett and her husband John D of Vallejo CA; and a son John J Malloy and his wife Robin of Williamstown MA; a sister, Patricia Deuber of Millville NJ; a brother, Paul B Bailey Jr of New Haven, and six grandchildren.

A memorial service for Mrs Malloy was held at Calvary Church, Stonington Borough, on Thursday 16 January 2003.

Contributions in Mrs Malloy's memory may be made to The Women's Health Initiative of Brown University, c/o Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island, 111 Brewster Street, Pawtucket RI 02860.

John Barry

John P Barry, 77. of Stonington, died on Friday 27 December 2002 at Lawrence & Memorial Hospital in New London, where he had been a patient.

Born on 9 April 1925 in Neponset, Long Island, New York, he was the son of Richard J and Johanna O'Neill Barry. Raised in Forrest Hills where he attended local schools, he graduated from Forrest Hills High School. He served in the US Air Force from 1943 to 1946. He graduated from Saint Mary's College, Emmitsburg MD, and then attended St John's Law School in Brooklyn NY.

Mr Barry married Barbara Flanagan at St Patrick's Cathedral, New York, on 26 May 1956. They lived in Douglaston, Long Island, where they raised five children. The Barrys moved to Stonington in 1994. She survives him.

Mr Barry worked in radion and television advertising and was the founder of the Major Market Radio Advertising Company. He also worked for NBC, where he was an affiliate director for 15 years.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by four daughters, Joann Spellane of Westchester NY; Barbara Kennedy of Doyletown PA; Maryel Barry of Alexandria VA; Rhett Anderson of Stamford; a son, John Paul Barry Jr, a diplomat posted to Santo Domingo; and seven grandchildren.

A funeral mass was celebrated at St Mary Church, Stonington Borough, on Monday 30 December 2002. Burial was in Stonington Cemetery.

Contributions in Mr Barry's memory may be made to the Connecticut Center for Child Development, 925 Bridgeport Avenue, Milford CT 06460, which is a school for autistic children.

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