The Aspen Times is reporting several indictments in the carbon monoxide deaths in 2008 of a family of four with strong ties to Larchmont.
The newspaper reports a Grand Jury met for nearly a year to investigate the Thanksgiving, 2008 deaths of Caroline Feuerbach Lofgren, 42, her 39-year-old husband, Parker, and their children Sophie, 8, and Owen, 10.
The family, who lived in Denver were vacationing near Aspen. A friend found their bodies in the bedroom of a home in which they were guests, about 4 miles east of Aspen. All had been overcome by carbon monoxide leaking into the house.
Two building inspectors and a contractor face charges of criminally negligent homicide.
Caroline was a 1984 graduate of Mamaroneck High School. Her father, Frederick Feuerbach, was a pediatrician in Larchmont for 40 years until his retirement in 2000. Her mother, Mary Jane Feuerbach, who passed away in June 2008, was a Larchmont Village Trustee and was a partner in an antique store in town, Pastimes.
Caroline was one of six children, including Fred Feuerbach, MD and his wife Renee, of Larchmont.