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Morris Willdorf, 96

Morris Willdorf of Stamford died peacefully on May 30 at the Rosenthal Hospice Residence. He was 96.

He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Sarah and his daughter, Sonia Stoloff of Westport. Also surviving is his twin sister, Henrietta Baron, of Sacramento, Calif.

Morris was born on Sept. 19, 1913, in New York City. He was educated as an engineer and during World War II, he was employed by Federal Telephone and Telegraph and worked on the Manhattan Project, earning top security clearance.

In 1946, he became the owner of his family’s business - Moormend’s, a retail leather goods and photography establishment on Madison Avenue in Manhattan.

Hearing from a Veteran

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Keynote speaker at today’s annual Memorial Day remembrance ceremony at Westport Fire Headquarters was Westporter J. Lynn Helms, retired U.S. Marine Corps officer, former president of Piper Aircraft Corp., and former Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration as an appointee of President Ronald Reagan. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for WestportNow.com

Westport Memorial Day Parade Order of March

The order of march for Westport’s Memorial Day parade on Monday. The parade begins at 9 a.m. on Riverside Avenue in front of Saugatuck Elementary School.

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HONOR DIVISION

1. Port Chester American Legion Band
2. Westport Police Department
3. Westport Volunteer EMS
4. Westport Community Emergency Response Team
5. Grand Marshal - George Marks, Sr., George Marks, Jr.
6. Aides to Grand Marshal - World War II Veterans
7. World War II Jeep- Jeff Susa
8. Bill O’Brien - James Myer

1st DIVISION

9. Dignitaries - RTM Members
10. Westport Community Band
11. Connecticut Veterans Honor Guard
12. August Matthias Post 63 - American Legion Joseph J. Clinton Post 399 - Veterans of Foreign Wars
13. VFW Auxiliary
14. VFW Auxiliary Float