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CK Directory 2020 - Pick up

posted Jun 25, 2020, 9:09 AM by CK Webmaster   [ updated Jun 25, 2020, 11:31 AM ]

Directories are available at the CK office

Security Procedures - Summer 2020

posted Jun 19, 2020, 7:27 AM by CK Webmaster

Starting today, June 19th , all vehicles must stop at the guard shack when entering the Knolls. Please have your sticker visible for the guard to see.  If you do not have a sticker, there will be a delay while your information is confirmed.

If you are expecting a guest, please notify the guard at 203-240-7030 or the office 203-746-4807 (during office hours) prior to their visit. They will need the name of your guest, date they are coming and number you can be reached at if there is an issue. 

If you have renters in your house this summer, you must let the office know their name, contact information and duration of stay so they can be added to the guard's list. 

If the guard is not there, stop and proceed. 

Please be patient with this new procedure for entering the community.

The following number for the guard will be activated on the evening of June 19th until Sept. 7th.

Executive Order 7I - Candlewood Knolls Voting

posted Apr 10, 2020, 5:19 AM by CK Webmaster   [ updated Apr 10, 2020, 5:20 AM ]

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the State of Connecticut has issued a series of Executive Orders granting Candlewood Knolls Board of Directors the authority to levy property taxes for the fiscal budget year 2020-21. Please click on the link for more information on Executive Order 7I.

Our Condolences: Mary J. Lynch

posted Feb 23, 2020, 5:48 PM by CK Webmaster

Mary Josephine Lynch, age 97, of New Fairfield, Connecticut passed away on Saturday February 22, 2020. Mary was born July 20, 1922 to the late Angus and Cathryn Chisholm.

Mary was born in Manhattan and grew up in White Plains, NY. After graduating from White Plains High School in 1938, Mary worked for the FBI where she met her husband James J Lynch. Mary and Jim married in 1946 and thereafter enjoyed 57 years together raising their nine children. Mary and Jim lived in Jackson Heights New York, Washington DC, Dearborn Michigan, and Dyer Indiana before returning to New York and raising their nine children in Wantagh New York. Mary was active throughout her life in schools, church, and community activities and worked as an administrative assistant at Hofstra Law School. Every summer was spent at the "lake house" at Candlewood Lake in New Fairfield Connecticut and in 1986 Mary and Jim began spending each winter at their home in Herons Glen in Fort Myers Florida. In her later years, Mary enjoyed her role as the matriarch of the family, delighting in her time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Mary is predeceased by her husband Jim, her brothers Donald and Edward along with her sister Kay. Mary is survived by her sister Elizabeth. Mary also leaves behind her children Tom (Pat), Jim (Debbie), Mike (Gloria), Larry (Gloria), Joe (Mindy), Don (Kathy), Peter (Barbara), Bob and Mary Jo (Paul) Barry, thirty-five grandchildren, and thirty-six great-grandchildren and counting.

Calling hours will occur Thursday, February 27, 2020 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Green Funeral Home, 57 Main St, Danbury, Connecticut 06810. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place Friday, February 28, 2020 at 10:00 AM at St. Edward The Confessor Church, 21 Brush Hill Rd., New Fairfield, CT Burial will immediately follow at Mountain View Cemetery New Fairfield, CT.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.thegreenfuneralhome.com for the Lynch family.




Our condolences: David Joseph McHugh

posted Feb 18, 2020, 4:06 PM by CK Webmaster   [ updated Feb 18, 2020, 4:07 PM ]

David Joseph McHugh
August 05, 1961 - February 13, 2020

David   Joseph   McHugh,   58,   passed   from   this   life   on   February   13th,   2020. He was a   devoted   husband,   father,   son,   brother,   uncle,   cousin   and   friend   to   so   many   people,   he   will   be missed   by all   who   knew   him.   He   is   survived   by   his   loving   family,   including   his   wife,   Jaculin (Haggerty)   McHugh,   his   three   children—Merrill,   Elli   and   Finn—his   parents,   David   M.   and Elena   Fiorello   McHugh   of   Fairfield,   and   his   brother,   Mark   McHugh   of   Boston.  

David   could always   be   counted   on   for   a   call,   text,   conversation,   piece   of   advice,   or   a   joke   to   lighten   the   mood.  He   will   be   remembered   for   his   incredible   sense   of   humor,   which   brought   such   joy   and   relief   to those   around   him,   as   well   as   his   constant   loyalty   and   support   for   all   those   he   loved.

An   avid   outdoors man,   he   competed   in   countless   events   throughout   the   United   States   and   Europe.  He   was   an   accomplished   AA   clay   shooter   who   also   participated   in   the   ESPN   Great   Outdoor Games   in   2001   and   2002.   David   was   a   member   of   the   Weston   Gun   Club   for   28   years,   including serving   as   president   in   1997.   He   loved   fishing,   from   Cape   Cod   to   the   Florida   Keys   and   Lake Candlewood.   His   passion   for   shooting   and   fishing—inherited   in   part   from   his   grandparents—was something   he   shared   with   his   children,   as   well   as   the   countless   friends,   family   members,   and students   with   whom   he   shared   his   gifts.

David   was   a   1979   graduate   from   Fairfield   Prep   in   Fairfield,   CT.   He   was   among   the   very   small group   credited   with   starting   Fairfield   Prep’s   lacrosse   program.   The   program—which   began   with grassroots   fundraising   and   iron-on   jersey   numbers—has   grown   into   a   multiple   state championship-winning   team.   At   Ohio   Wesleyan   University,   he   played   attack   and   was   a   high scorer.   He   was   also   a   member   of   Phi   Kappa   Psi   fraternity,   serving   as   the   chapter   president.

His   love   of   cars   took   him   across   the   country   and   around   the   world.   He   founded   Pequot   Motor  Sports,   which   started   out   in   his   parents   garage   and   would   later   fuel   a   lifetime   passion   for  car-racing—including   Formula   Fords—and   pretty   much   anything   that   went   fast.   From   there,   he  would   share   his   passion   for   cars   and   racing   with   his   colleagues   at   Volvo   Cars   of   North   America,   Skip   Barber   Racing   School,   and   Mercedes   Benz   USA,   taking   him   across   the   U.S. and Europe.

All   are   welcome   to   celebrate   his   life   at   Penfield   Pavilion,   323   Fairfield   Beach   Rd,   Fairfield   CT  06824,   on   Saturday  February   22,   from   2-5   p.m.   Remembrances   to begin at 2:15  p.m.   His family would   greatly   appreciate   any   photos,   stories,   or   memories,   to   be   sent djmchugh2020@gmail.com.

Please visit www.norwalkfh.com to leave an online condolence for the family. The Hoyt-Cognetta / Raymond Funeral Home in Historic Norwalk Has Been entrusted with arrangements.

Link to Obituary

Candlewood Isle Dock Proposal

posted Dec 26, 2019, 9:35 AM by CK Webmaster   [ updated Jan 29, 2020, 8:30 AM ]

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