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Mrs Hyman, Bob, Jim and Bill- I have fond memories of Mr. Hyman...always a gentlemen. Bob, Jim and Bill, it seems like yesterday we spent countless hours playing every sport possible on your front lawn on Corbin Road. I remember your dad's trophy room for golf...it always inspired me to be a better player. As kids, we loved his cool cars. I remember the Aston and the Volvo like it was yesterday...funny the things that stick with us. When I

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Posted by: Mike Amore - Cheshire, CT   Dec 31, 2009

I am saddened to hear of Dick's passing and I would like to pass my sincere condolences to his wife Suzanne, and the Hyman family. A cherished friend of my late father Bill Ferguson, our family last saw Dick 3 years ago at my father's memorial. My grandfather Duncan, who had my father's childhood home in Westville, was also friends with Dick's father Isadore. Dick and Bill were friends at least since times at Hopkins Grammar and both attended Dartmouth

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Posted by: Duncan Ferguson - Urbana, IL - Son of friend Bill Ferguson   Dec 31, 2009

To Suzie, Bobby and the rest of the Hyman Family,

I was deeply saddened to learn of Dick's passing today from my long-time friend, Dave Ellovich.

After my father died suddenly at the age 60 in 1970, I was hired by
Tubby Burnham to work in Burnham & Co.'s newly acquired Hartford office (my father was instrumental in getting the merger done just months before his death).

When I returned to Hartford in August, 1971 after training at 60 Broad
for 4 months, Dick

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Posted by: Gerry Dubey - Hartford, CT - Burnham & Company co-worker   Dec 31, 2009

Thanks for teaching me how to ski (even if you did it by leaving me on the top of the mountain and saying I'll meet you at the bottom. I know you were close by watching the whole time). Thanks for showing us that big dogs and tall uncles could really make loud scary noises but could also make you happy and be lots of fun. Finally thanks to you and Aunt Susie for always being there for Mom. You

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Posted by: Tim Scherr - Clarksville, TN   Dec 31, 2009