Lee Querro, 82, Lifelong Darienite, Enjoyed Family Genealogy, Woodworking, Boxing Fan –

Lee J. Querro, a long-lasting Darien homeowner, passed away, Friday, August 27, 2021, at Stamford Medical facility. He was 82.

He was born on May 8, 1939, to the late Lee and Ernestine (Bruno) Querro. Lee was a UNITED STATE Army veteran and self-employed in the building service.

Lee’s enthusiasm was his family, especially his grand sons, who brought him the best happiness and affectionately called him Pop. Lee spent his time tracing his Italian ancestry and enthusiastically shared his findings with his many cousins and also family members.

He appreciated enjoying a great boxing suit and also operating in his store. Recognized for his wood-working skills, Lee dealt with lots of projects for his pals and family and was understood for constructing Adirondack chairs.

Lee is made it through by his spouse, Sharon; his little girls: Allison Querro as well as Carey Strahley, Cary’s other half, Charlie, and grandsons, Charlie as well as Connor Strahley; his sibling, Bridgenne LiVolsi, her other half, Frank, Lee’s nieces, Amy Gragg, Bridgenne Malozzi as well as their households. Lee was pre-deceased by his bro, Nick.

Services for Lee will be held at a later day. In lieu of blossoms contributions might be made to Darien EMS-Post 53, The John Herbert Scholarship Fund in memory of Lee Querro, P.O. Box 2066 Darien, CT 06820 or The Noroton Heights Fire Division, 209 Noroton Ave., Darien, CT 06820.

— an obituary from Lawrence Funeral House, where on the internet condolences might be left

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