Roxanne was an inspiration to her children: Debby Higgins and her husband Jim; Rick Cave and his wife Kathy; and Alan Cave and his wife Ann.She adored her grandchildren: Matthew Higgins and his wife Christine, Kevin Higgins, Sean Higgins, Robert Cave, Kelly Cave, Austin Cave and Madison Cave.Angel Arce, D-Hartford, got on Saturday — when his picture appeared on the website of the New York Post with an Associated Press account of Courant disclosures about texts that apparently went from Arce’s Facebook Messenger...Roxanne Cook Cave of West Hartford, passed away after a long and courageous battle with Parkinson's disease on Sunday, August 3, 2014. Meeting as children, they began dating in high school and were married in 1953.Roxanne is survived by her husband, children and grandchildren.A loving and caring person, she will always be remembered for her sense of humor, love of colorful gardens, songbirds, family gatherings, bridge club, her Hallmark movies, and her delicious home-made hot fudge sauce.The lists show the people in charge, the numbers, the geography, and contact information.
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But Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin claims the city is now seeking "unprecedented" concessions from the unions and slashing personnel and services in a bid to right the ship.
“Since taking office last year, I’ve made clear that I’m not willing to kick the can or raise taxes any higher, because it’s time for us to fix the underlying problem, not fake it to buy some time—and the Moody’s report reinforces why that’s so important,” Bronin told Fox News.
Over the years Roxanne was involved in charitable work aimed at Hartford's inner city youth and recently created a community college scholarship fund for at-risk youth.
Memorial contributions may be directed to: Roxanne Cave Scholarship Fund, Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, 10 Columbus Boulevard, 8th Floor Hartford, CT 06106.