Alexander Hutchinson

MILLERTON — Alexander Hutchinson, 79, died unexpectedly on Jan. 31, 2018, with his family at his side, at Gundersen-Lutheran Hospital, in La Crosse, Wisc., following a fall on the ice.

Alex was born on May 9, 1938, in Sharon to the late Anna (Hahne) and George Hutchinson. He served his country in the Army and was stationed in Germany, where he met his wife, Hildegarde Trunk. They were married in Chicago and later moved to his hometown, Millerton.

James Joshua Link

SHARON — James Joshua Link, 45, of Sharon, died Jan. 30, 2018, at Hartford Hospital.

Josh was born April 1, 1972, in New York City, the son of Lee and Fritz Link, who also have a house in Sharon. 

Josh graduated from the University of Rochester. He worked for two years for the South African Education and Environmental Project, a nonprofit agency located in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 

He was a chef at several restaurants in Massachusetts, most recently at the Stagecoach Tavern in Sheffield. 

Alina Chromicz

LAKEVILLE — Alina Chromicz, 61, of Lakeville died unexpectedly on Dec. 20, 2017, at her home.  

Alina was born June 29,  1956, in Passaic, N.J., the daughter of the late Frank Chromicz of   Passaic and the late Lillian (Parmlee) Dennis of Sharon.

Alina attended Salisbury Central School and Housatonic Valley Regional High School.  

In appreciation: Richard Carley

Angels with Invisible Wings.

I consider this to be a blessing, but sadly several weeks ago, my family and I watched my father, Richard L. Carley, pass from this world to the heavens above. His final days were spent at the Geer Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in North Canaan.  

Kathy Marie Wohlfert

NORTH CANAAN — Kathy Marie (Canfield) Wohlfert, wife of Frederick M. Wohlfert, died suddenly on Jan. 29, 2018, at Sharon Hospital after being stricken at her home. 

Mrs. Wohlfert was a daughter of the late Malcolm and Mary Canfield of Falls Village and was a lifelong resident of the region. 

She was born May 29, 1948, in Great Barrington, Mass., and was educated in local schools before attending Russell Sage College in Troy, N.Y.

She taught in New Milford schools before marrying and starting a family. 

Roland Russell Miller

NORFOLK — Roland Russell Miller, 81, of Norfolk died Jan. 30, 2018, at Yale-New Haven Hospital, surrounded by his family, after a brief illness. 

He was the loving husband of Virginia (Marchand) Miller.

Roland was born July 24, 1936, in Torrington, the son of the late Florence (Thomen) and Louis Miller. 

He was a graduate of Torrington High School and served in the U.S. Army from 1959 to 1962. He worked as an engineer for the Torrington Company for 30 years, retiring in 1994.  

Donald L. Farwell

LAKEVILLE — Donald L. Farwell, 62, died Jan. 1, 2018, at his home in Las Vegas, Nev., after a courageous battle with cancer.

He was born May 8, 1955, in Sharon, the son of the late Lucy (Lovett) Farwell and Ken Farwell Sr. of Las Vegas.

Don was a graduate of MCRD Parris Island, after which he spent some time serving as a Marine Corps Reservist. He was also a member of Lakeville Hose Co #1 for a brief period where he became a state-certified firefighter. 

Gloria (Gregg) Buckley

SALISBURY — Gloria (Gregg) Buckley of Salisbury slipped away peacefully on the evening of Jan. 30, 2018, at home with her family. 

She was born Aug. 26, 1932, in Macomb Ill., the only child of Kathleen (Webster) and Dr. Dow Hawkins Gregg. She attended Western Illinois University and later worked for the state of Illinois in Springfield. 

Stephen Reed Pitcher

SHARON — Stephen Reed Pitcher, 71, of Torrington died at home on Jan. 28, 2018, after a long battle with cancer.

He was born at Sharon Hospital on Sept. 9, 1946, the son of Everett “Bub” Pitcher of Sharon and the late Elizabeth (Callahan) Pitcher.  

He graduated from Housatonic Valley Regional High School and then served in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War era. 

He worked as a mason for the state of New York before his retirement.  

In appreciation: Forrest ‘Woody’ Woodman

I want to express my deepest gratitude for the many kindnesses, help and support that I received during Woody’s illness and since his passing. Your encouragement and assistance is greatly appreciated. Had it not been for the many of you in Cornwall and the surrounding towns, I would not have been able to keep Woody at home during those difficult days. For this I will be forever grateful. Thank you again.

Mary J. Woodman