Honored Officer’s Hearse Goes Home

A Springfield newspaper photographer gets a close-up as Capitol Police Officer Billy Evans’ hearse rounds the Bridge Street corner. The procession traveled from Bradley Airport to North Adams, Mass., on April 14 for his funeral the next day.

Moxy Boutique Returns to Suffield

Suffield residents can look forward to welcoming back a familiar friend, Moxy Boutique. This upscale boutique and fine jewelry store, originally started in Suffield in 2011, is returning to the Lily House Bed and Breakfast property, whose garage is being expanded to house the boutique.

SHS Graduate Retires from the Air Force

Adam Rearick (on the right), a 1997 SHS graduate, just retired as a Major from the Air Force after 22 years of service. This photo was taken on Adam’s LFA (Last Field Alert) as a Minuteman III Nuclear Launch Officer at Malmstrom Air Force Base Montana Echo Launch Control Facility in the 10th Missile Squadron.

New Features Shown

Agent Brenda Nuhfer demonstrates the microwave oven to builder Elzear Roy, who dropped in during open house time at his Olde Creamery Village condo apartments on a rainy March Sunday afternoon.

Windsor Federal Promotion

Julio Figueroa has been promoted to Assistant Vice President – Security Officer at Windsor Federal, headquartered in Windsor.

Star Award goes to Charles “Jay” Beyer

Charles “Jay” Beyer is enthusiastic about working at Edward Jones Financial Advisors. Charles states that “he is looking forward to meeting with individuals in Suffield to help them meet their financial goals.”

Homecoming at Suffield Country Club

After an absence of 17 years, the Calvenese family is returning to the kitchen at the Suffield Country Club. Head Chef Vinnie Calvenese has been working diligently for the past two months ordering equipment and setting up the kitchen at the facility which will be called 341 North Main Street Grill and be open to the public.

New Coffee Shop Coming

Residents may recall that a few years ago a FOR SALE sign was set on the front lawn of Webster Bank, next door to the Kent Memorial Library. Webster had been renting out space that the bank didn’t need, as branch banks don’t need the space for other functions that the former Suffield Savings Bank had enjoyed.