BRIDGEPORT, CONN. — Two more executives with Apollo Packaging Inc., a Bridgeport-based injection molder, have been identified as being among the 229 people killed Sept. 2 when Swissair flight 111 crashed off the coast of Nova Scotia.
Robert Kokoruda, part-owner of the company, and Michael Gambone, vice president of sales, and their wives were traveling with President Leonard Kleinman and his wife, Karen, on a business trip to Switzerland.
Kokoruda and his wife, Jean, of Trumbull, Conn., are survived by three grown children and several grandchildren.
He was a member of the Society of Plastic Engineers and also owned a tooling business in Bridgeport.
Gambone, 37, and his wife, Deborah, 38, of Watertown, Conn., are survived by three school-age children.
He had been with Apollo for three years.
Apollo employs 80 and manufactures injection molded containers for the cosmetics industry at locations in Bridgeport and Rockville, Conn.