Dec 7, 2001
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A memorial service for Wrenchead.com CEO Gus Conrades will be held Saturday, December 8 at Christ Church Greenwich at 254 E. Putnam Ave. in Greenwich, Connecticut. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to:<BR><BR>Pediatric Cancer Care<BR>Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center<BR>Box E, 1275 York Ave.<BR>New York, NY 10021<BR><BR>or to:<BR><BR>Brunswick School<BR>101 Maher Ave.<BR>Greenwich, CT 06830<BR><BR>For additional information, contact:<BR> <BR>Jeanette Thompson<BR>Wrenchead.com, Inc.<BR>108 Corporate Park Dr.<BR>White Plains, NY 10604<BR>phone: (914) 697-9417 <BR>FAX: (914) 253-0621<BR><BR>Conrades, 34, died as a result of injuries suffered in a street bikecrash near his home in Connecticut on Sunday, December 2. Conrades was a motorcycle road racer and racing supporter. Conrades' company, Wrenchead.com, was the title sponsor of the 2000 Formula USA National Road Race Series.<BR>