Robert Connick

Robert Connick, a lifelong Irvington resident who died on March 11 at age 95, never believed in taking it easy in his golden years.  

After he retired, at 65, from selling advertising for The New York Times, he was a familiar face on Main Street, coming and going from meetings of Village boards and committees, co-founding and managing a senior assistance program called FISH, and teaching catechism classes at Immaculate Conception Church. 

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