Charles E. Lundy

December 28, 1932 - February 27, 2021

Charles E. Lundy, of Ridgefield, Connecticut, formerly of Brewster, N.Y. and Grahamsville, N.Y. passed away Saturday afternoon, in his home surrounded by loved ones, at 51 Prospect Ridge, Ridgefield, Ct. He was 88 years old. Born December 28, 1932, in the family home, one of seven children, to the late James Joseph Lundy and Helen (Appell) Lundy. Charles was raised […]

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