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Friday, December 24, 2004

12/24/08 Obituary

SARICA, JOHN A. SR., 75, of Greenwich, Conn., a winter resident of St. Petersburg, died Monday (Dec. 22, 2004) at Greenwich Hospital. He was born in Port Chester, N.Y. He retired in 1973 as a police officer for Greenwhich after 20 years of service. He also was the owner of A-1 Limousine in Greenwich for 20 years. He was an Army corporal in the Korean War. He was past president and a founding member of the Silver Shield Association. He was a member of the Sons of Italy in St. Petersburg and the Pasadena Yacht Club. He was an avid golfer. Survivors include his wife, Dee Dolly Sarica; a son, John A. Jr., Greenwich; two daughters, Roseann Sarica Benedict and Angela Carino, both of Riverside, Conn.; a sister, Rosemarie Angi, Somer, N.Y.; and seven grandchildren. Castiglione Funeral Home, Greenwich, Conn.

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Sunday, December 12, 2004

12/12/04 - News Clips - Town riders are back in the saddle

Source: Greenwich Time - Greenwich, Conn.

Author: Hoa Nguyen; Staff Writer

..."It's something I've become passionate about," said Andrew M. Kissel, a Greenwich resident who has a daughter who rides. The real estate developer is the newest investor in Epona Stables...

...A rink is handy during the winter, when inclement weather makes it harder to give riding lessons and work out horses. Lack of a covered rink hurt Epona in the past because it limited the days when the stable could operate, [Paul Quirk] said...

...Though there is a need for more stables in town, horse owners are finding ways to get by, said Jennifer Freedman, head of the 90-year- old Greenwich Riding and Trails Asso-ciation. She bought her house because it had a barn and a paddock...

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