Find Your Daily Voice
'Beautiful Soul' From Westchester Dies At Age 24: 'Touched Many Lives'
A Westchester resident who died at the age of 24 is being remembered for his larger-than-life presence and sharp style.
Tyger Nicholas Winston, of Yonkers, died on Monday, May 15, according to his obituary.
Born in Houston, Texas in 1999, Winston spent his younger years there before moving to New York, where he graduated from Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains.
After graduating, he then attended Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Known for his fearlessness, Winston could often be seen sporting a sharp sense of style and always…
Northern Westchester Native Who Served In Navy, Worked As Physical Therapist Dies
A native of Northern Westchester who served in the military and worked as a physical therapist has died.
Peter E. Clark, who was born in Mount Kisco and graduated from Fox Lane High School in Bedford, was age 62.
He died on Sunday, April 30, and was a longtime resident of Palm Harbor, Florida.
After growing up in Bedford and graduating high school, he joined the US Navy and served his time in honor of his country out at sea during the time of the Libyan Crisis, according to his obituary.
Afterward, he served at the Naval Hospital in Great Lakes, Illinois. He would go on to g…
Stew Leonard's Founder Dies At 93, Leaving $600 Million Legacy
The creator of "one of the most famous food retailers in the world" died at 93 years old, leaving a world-record-breaking grocery store chain to his family.
Stew Leonard Sr., of Westport, Connecticut, died on Wednesday, April 26 at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City after a brief illness, according to Stew Leonard's website.
We are sad to announce that Stew Leonard, Sr., the founder of Stew Leonard’s, passed away peacefully on April 26, 2023,... Posted by Stew Leonard's on Thursday, April 27, 2023
Leonard launched the first Stew Leonard's in Norwalk, Connecticut in De…