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Warren Stewart Wolf

Posted on 30 May 2014

Warren Stewart Wolf, 86, husband of the late Ina Hundinger Wolf, passed away unexpectedly on May 11, 2014, in Norwalk, Conn.

Mr. Wolf was born September 5, 1927 in Brookline, Massachusetts and grew up in Bronxville, New York, graduating from Bronxville High School. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Arts and Science in 1952 and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering in 1953, both from Lehigh University. Mr. Wolf was a long-time resident of both Larchmont, N.Y. and Sag Harbor and recently of Darien, Conn.

He is survived by his daughters Barbara Wolf, of Baltimore, Md., Louise Ferencz, of Wilton, Conn., his brother Charles Wolf and Charles’ wife Minnie Wolf of Eureka, Calif., his grandchildren, Emily and Matthew Ferencz, son-in law John Ferencz.

He had more than a 50-year career as a chemical engineer and built a successful chemical corporation. He was a ham radio enthusiast (call sign “N2CNH”) and an avid boater. His incredible generosity, charm and wit will always be remembered by those who were privileged enough to know him.

A memorial church service was held at Christ and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Westport, Conn. Remains were interred in the family plot at Christ’s Church in Bronxville.

The family asks that memorial donations be made to Boys and Girls Club or America, the American Heart Association, or The American Cancer Society.

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