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EVERY GIFT IS SIGNIFICANT. arinews THANK YOU FOR YOUR ONGOING SUPPORT. A L W AY S R E A C H I N G F O R I N D E P E N D E N C E W W W . A R I C T. O R G SPRING/SUMMER 2007 1st Annual Walk for Independence The first annual Walk for Independence was held at Cove Island Park in Stamford on Sunday, May 20. Close to one hundred people met at the park to show support for ARI and to take a stroll along the beautiful shoreline. Staff, families, clients and volunteers joined together to participate in the first event where the entire ARI community raised awareness and funds side-by-side. The Walk Committee, led by Allan Sussman, worked tirelessly to create an event that would promote wellness and would advocate involvement The ARI Youth Corp has for all. We wish to thank our major sponsors: The Advocate been brought back to life by and 95.9 The Fox, our lead sponsors: Bruce Supply; Bruce, a group of teens from local Jack and Joe Weksler; Ted and Lou Vitanza; Dellon Sales high schools. Since their first Company; Fox & Fox Esq.; Malloy Real Estate; Martin meeting in January they have Sales, Inc., and our mileage sponsors: The Russo Family; met monthly with Gerard Viking Construction Finn O’Connor; Grunberger Jewelers; Gasparino to plan spending Thomson; Creative Pension Design and Administration; time with ARI clients and aiding in various events. J.E.S. Plumbing & Heating Corp.; Goodway Printing & They attended holiday parties and made a concerted Graphics; Delphi Plumbing; Fairfield Monument Co.; effort to support the new Walk for Independence. Joe Russo; IGA Stamford; A.G. Bisset Co., Inc.; and Their first season has been a great success and we look SignCrafters, as well as our team sponsors and walkers. forward to their future involvement. We will see you all next spring! Enriching the lives of people with disabilities and their families by enabling them to achieve their fullest potential at home, at work and in the community. From the CEO DMR changes name to DDS On October 1, 2007, the Department of Mental We are a community provider organization Retardation (DMR) will be renamed the Department of that provides high quality vocational Developmental Services (DDS). options, residential, respite, and clinical Several years ago, the department along with con- services to people with developmental sumers, families, advocates and private providers started disabilities. With innovative programming, the long process of advocating for a new name that brings strategic vision and planning, ARI empha- respect and dignity to the individuals we serve. In 2006, sizes community inclusion and self-reliance the General Assembly passed a bill requiring the depart- for every individual. Our clients are capa- ment to solicit input and recommend a name change to ble, contributing members of society and our community. the Governor in January 2007. After the year long We focus on each person’s strengths, interests, and abilities. process, Commissioner Peter H. O’Meara recommended Many of the supports that focus on each person’s indi- that we change our name to the Department of Developmental Services. vidual wants and needs require additional resources in order to be successful. These additional resources come through a variety of fundraising activities. Fundraising is an important way for agencies like ours to meet the needs 54th Annual Meeting 2007 of our clients by developing a partnership with our commu- nity. This partnership serves to educate our community Friends, clients, staff and invited guests enjoyed a lovely about the services and programs that we offer. Many times, reception and meeting at UConn Stamford on June 25th. there is a “gap” between what is provided by state and Chairperson Mario Musilli presided and Matt Reyher federal funding and the needs of our consumers. This delivered an inspiring year-end address. The ARI Youth “gap” is where fundraising must take over. Corp was commended for its first season of fine work. Over the last year, we have had many successful Tammy DeLeo presented the following awards: fundraising events that have not only benefited our “guys” but also promoted health and wellness. In May 2007, we held our first Annual Walk for Independence. Our year-end annual appeal and 12th annual Golf Tournament were very successful with total number of dollars and individual con- tribution exceeding our goals. These events were very suc- cessful in closing the “gap” in funding. Much of our success is due to the commitment and dedication of our wonderful caring and compassionate staff. The accomplishments that clients experience each and every day would not be possible without them. Our volunteers are another group that really make a difference Five Years of Service (above, left) Pat Grant, LaVerne the life of a person with a disability. From the Board of Rollinson, Sherland St. John, Bill Vernon, Shamika Void Directors down to a recreation event assistant, the commit- Ten Years of Service (above, right) Christine Alexander ment and dedication was stellar throughout the year. This “Heart of the Agency Award” (below, left) Darlene Booker past year there has been a resurgence of the “ARI Youth “Always Reaching for Independence Award” (below, right) Corps” which helped with all of the fundraising. Shamika Void While the past year has been successful, there is much On Friday, July 27th we presented Lavinia Hurd with more to be done. One of the key challenges is our ability to the “Rookie of the Year Award.” market ourselves and the services we provide to new prospective clients and their families. The Department of Mental Retardation is in the process of changing its funding model from a grant-based system to a fee-for- service model, in which clients and families have more choice from a menu of services provided by agencies. With this in mind, ARI must be able to meet and exceed the ever-changing needs of the clients whom we serve.—MR Staff News Recreation and Volunteers Promotions — Congratulations to: The ARI recreational pro- Octavia Pollard, from Group Leader–Production Services grams cannot be successful to Residential Coordinator, Tally Ho Residence.; Sharon without the help from volun- Jennings, from Residential Direct Service Worker to teers. This year ARI has been Program Manager.; Tammy DeLeo, from Director of fortunate to have 50 plus great people from the com- Human Resources to Director of Day Services.; Jolene munity donate their time to recreational activities. Kalinowski, from Marketing Specialist to Director of This year’s annual St. Patrick’s Day Party was held in Human Resources. Brad Feleccia, from Group Leader–Job the new Knights of Columbus banquet hall. Thanks to Placement to Coordinator of Community Based Vocational Mike Powers for the traditional corned beef dinner as well Services.; Lavinia Hurd, from Direct Day Service Worker– as to his daughter and friends for entertaining us with their Day Options to Group Leader-Job Placement. Bryant Irish dancing. They inspired some of our dancers to join in. Roberts, from Direct Day Service Worker–Day Options to Thank you to the many volunteers and Youth Corps kids Group Leader-Job Placement. Marvin Lewis, from for your help and for adding to the fun! Residential Direct Service Worker–Sunrise Residence to Day Direct Service Worker–Group Employment. Norwalk Community College will be hosting “Exceptional Art,” a group exhibit for the ARI Artists Initiative this New Staff — Introducing . . . fall. The show will be NCC’s back-to-school exhibit. Charlene Milkey, Supervising Nurse for ARI; Kathleen The exhibit will run from September 4th through Dunlop, Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Sunrise October 31st. An Opening Reception will be held Residence; Michelle Campbell, Licensed Practical Nurse September 6, 2007, from 5:30–7:30pm at the Norwalk (LPN), ARI of Connecticut, Inc; Roberto Sanchez, Community College West Campus Community Gallery, Maintenance Technician; Judith Bruen, Administrative 188 Richards Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06854. This opportunity has been made possible with the Assistant; Carl Norde, Direct Day Service Worker–Day help of our wonderful volunteer teachers Donald Options; Louise Mediot, RDSW–Truglia Residence; Axleroad and Charles Wiesehahn, along with Susan L. Guirlanda Guery, RDSW–SLS; Cherry Byrd, RDSW–Tally Hardesty from NCC. Thank you so much. Ho Residence; Melody Thompson, RDSW–SLS; Melissa Please join us in saluting our ARI Artists! Ruffin, RDSW–Tally Ho Residence; E. Jean Nelson- McClain, RDSW–SLS; Audrey Owens, RDSW–Palermo Residence; Regina Holley, RDSW–Palermo Residence The Special Olympics Summer Games took place in New Regina Garcia, RDSW–SLS; Leola Marshall, RDSW– Haven this past June. The ARI athletes were Swimmers Palermo Residence; Veronica Callum, RDSW–Palermo Elizabeth Ryan, Adriano Gatto, and Neftali Soto; Wheelchair Racer Rickey Denes; and Tennis Player Residence; Tshimanga Kapitaine, RDSW–Truglia Samantha Downing. ARI would like to thank the Darien Residence; Wendy Butts, RDSW–Palermo Residence Lions and Norwalk Public Schools teams for allowing our athletes to compete. WE REMEMBER CHRISTINE BRENNER Christine Brenner passed away suddenly on July 25, 2007. She was born in Indianapolis, IN on June 7, 1952. WE REMEMBER MICHAEL BURL In 1972, she and her family moved to Stamford, CT where she was involved in ARI. She worked at a local Michael Burl was born on September restaurant for several years moved into a group home 21, 1959 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama to the late Derosta Burl and Billie Jean and eventually into her own apartment. Harvey. He moved to Stamford as a In 1994, Christine moved to Goleta, CA where she lived with her sister Betsy for several years before mov- young adult and was served by ARI ing into an apartment in Santa Barbara under the spon- until his untimely death on July 22, sorship of CILP (Community Independent Living 2007. Michael worked at the Programs). Stamford Post Office and with the ARI Landscape crew during the summer. Michael was an Christine is survived by Henry and Jo Ann Brenner, avid golfer and participated in the Martin/Lotstein Golf her father and stepmother, her sisters Betsy (Mary) and Jeanne, her brother Daniel and his wife JoAnne. Henry Outing and the Special Olympics. is a Chairperson Emeritus of ARI and past chairperson He leaves six sisters, seven brothers and many dear of Friends of ARI. friends at ARI. We wish him and his family peace. 12th Annual Lotstein/Martin Golf Tournament The 12th Annual Lotstein/Martin Golf Tournament was held at Sterling Farms Golf Course on Thursday, June 21st. You may be able to tell from these photos that we had a picture-perfect day. For all the golfers and friends who attended the awards luncheon it was a memorable day. Congratulations to the winning foursome of Matthew Tackman, Robert McDonald, Gerard Gasparino, and Michael Flynn (below.) Donations October 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007 Thank you to the following indi- Mr. Sunil Banerjee Mr. and Mrs. John M. Campbell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Dean, Sr. viduals, businesses and organiza- Mr. and Mrs. Michael Barker Mrs. Elsie Carretto Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeBartolo tions for their kind generosity. Bashford Construction, In honor Catholic Daughters of the Ms. Anna Delez Please call us at (203) 324-9258, of Sara Russo Americas, Court of St. Mary’s Dellon Sales and Marketing, LTD ext. 3028 to find out how you can Mrs. John Battiste #82 Mr. Alex Delmar help by making a donation to ARI Bear Naked, Inc. Mr. Jim Chirico Delphi Plumbing & Heating, Inc. or volunteering your time for those Ms. Nejra Begovac Ms. Mary Churley Mr. Bruce Denker we serve. You can also find more Mrs. Patricia Belknap Mr. Richard Cipriano Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. DeRosa information at www.arict.org. Belltown Pizza Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Claraldi Ms. Florence G. Dickman Ms. Janna H. J. Bellwin Mr. Ephraim Y. Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Edward Dittrich A. G. Bisset & Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Benjamin Mr. and Mrs. Morton Cohen Ms. Karen J. Dolan, In Memory of Mr. William Abernathy Benefit Planning Services LLC Mr. Michael Colabelle Ralph Dolan Marc and Lori Adelsberg Mr. Harry Bennett Ms. Roxanne Colatrella Mr. Barry Douglas, In Honor of Advanced Physical Therapy Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Benowitz Columbian Charities of Samantha Downing Center Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Berkman Connecticut, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John Downing Mr. Michael Agate Mr. Sid Binder Ms. Jane Combrinck-Graham, In Ms. Samantha Downing American Legion Post #3 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Block, II Honor of Mark Combrinck-Hertz Mr. & Mrs. Paul Duarte Anquillare, Ruocco, Traester Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Bonoff Lee Combrinck-Graham, M.D. Mr. Alan Edwards & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Bouchard and Charles Hertz, M.D. Mr. Ross Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Irwyn Applebaum Dr. Ervin Braun, D.D.S. Connecticut Nursing Services Enzo Riccobene Salon Ms. Jean Mills Aranha, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Bregman Ms. Eileen Conway Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Fahan Mr. Louis Aronica Dr. Henry and Jo-Ann Brenner Mr. and Mrs. George Corsilia Fairfield Insulation Mr. and Mrs. Joe Avellar Ms. Joanne Brenner Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cortese Fairfield Monument Co. Mr. Don Axelroad and Ms. Mary Brenner Creative Pension Design and Mr. and Mrs. John Feighery, Jr. Ms. Genevieve Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Bridge Administration Maurice & Carol Feinberg Family Ms. Gilda Axiotaxis Mr. Richard Bruce Ms. Lenore D. Csepel Foundation, In Honor of Ms. Irene Ayoub and Mr. Dean Bruce Supply Company Mr. Thomas R. Cuddeback Dr. Melvin and Denise Grove Pedon Ms. Barbara Aronica-Buck and Ms. Pamela Cummings First County Bank Ms. Brith Bachenheimer Mr. Peter Buck Mr. and Mrs. Robert Curto Ms. Amy Fishkow Ms. Chandan Banerjee Michael J. Cacace, Esq. D’Agostino Brothers Ms. Roslyn Fleisher and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Kamalesh Banerjee, The Honorable Robert Callahan Janet S. D’Arcangelo, Ph.D., APRN Morris Glucksman In Honor of Mrs. Santi Debi Control Temperatures Mr. William Dancy Dr. and Mrs. Henry Fogelman Mukherhee Mr. David Campbell Ms. Barbara Daniell Mr. Francis Forte Donations, continued Mr. James J. Jordon Mr. and Mrs. Eugene N. Monte Ms. Betsy Schenkel, In Honor of Ms. Carol Kalter Ms. Phyllis Moorash Mark Combrinck-Hertz The Honorable Gerald Fox Mrs. Beatrice Kaminsky Ms. Millary Morton Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Chris Foxall Ms. Beth Keenan Mrs. Lynn and Mr. William Mr. Louis Scolik Mr. Avram Freedberg Mr. Jack Keenan Mottolese Mr. and Mrs. Lester H. Sharlach Ms. Martha Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kellick Ms. Betty Muller Ms. Shirley Shaw Dr. and Mrs. Herbert I. Fusfeld Ms. Nancy Kitay Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mundheim Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sherman G. A. Fleet Associates Mr. and Mrs. R. Kleeman Mr. Diego Musilli Mr. and Mrs. Brad E. Shwidock GTE Alumni Association, In Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Klein, Mario P. Musilli, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Siegel, Memory of Dennis Murphy In Memory of Yetta and Mike Mr. Ed Napolitano In Memory of David Jaffe Mrs. Noreen Gallagher In Honor Adler Mr. and Mrs. Gary Neems Mr. and Mrs. Balwant Singh of Robert Gallagher, Jr. and Mr. Samuel Kliewe Mr. and Mrs. Arnold S. Neidle Ms. Diane Slifer Robert Gallager III Knights of Columbus/ Ms. Patty Nestor Mr. Robert Slocum Mr. Philip J. Gambino St. Augustine Council Newfield Green Cleaners Ms. Raynalda C. Slype Mr. Phil Garbino Knights of Columbus/Father Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nieberg Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smeraldi Mrs. Leona Gargiulo Myron V. Miller Council #5833 Mr. Yukari Nishimura Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smeraldi, In Four Corners Liquor & Wine Shop Mr. John Konya Nobu Florist of Stamford Honor of Barbara Aronica-Buck Mr. Robert N. and Mrs. Mr. Robert Kowaleski, In Honor Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Novak and Gladys Cohen Geraldine Gasparino of Sara Russo Ms. Lana Oberman Springdale Florist Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gelb Mr. and Mrs. Alfons Koziol, Ms. Luciana Orzano Mr. and Mrs. Rick Smeriglio Mr. and Mrs. Frank George In Honor of Dick and Jane Mr. Finn O’Connor Ms. Charlotte Smith Mr. Morton Ginsburg and Makuck O’Connor, Davies, Munns & Ms. Sandy Smith Ms. Ruth S. Propp Mr. Jim Kreamer Dobbins Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gladstone Ms. Karen Krieger Ms. Rachel Pagliarulo Mrs. Rebecca Snyder, In Honor of Ms. Louis Glinka Ms. Nancy Kucera Rose & Kiernan Insurance, Inc. Samantha Downing Global Impact Louis J. Kuriansky Foundation Mr. Stanton Parrish Ms. Joan Somma Dr. and Mrs. David Gluck, Ms. Lucie Labreche-Queening Mr. John C. Pascale Mr. and Mrs. Mark Staines In Honor of Mark Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Lacerenza Pellicci’s Restaurant Stamford Dental Group LLC Combrinck-Hertz Mr. Peter J. LaForte Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. Perna, Jr., Stamford Old Timer’s Athletic Mr. and Mrs. Allen Glucksman Mr. Joseph Laganza In Memory of Margaret, Paul & Association, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gold Ms. Allison P. Lawrence Michael Romaniello Stamford Youth Baseball Mrs. Louise Goldenberg Mr. Anthony Liberatore Ms. Julie Perna Mr. Edward Stein Mr. and Mrs. James A. Goldsmith Liberty Mechanical Contractors, Ms. Joyce Persofsky Mrs. Louise Stern, In Honor of Mr. and Mrs. Barton Goodwin LLC Mr. Thomas Pfeiffer Barbara Aronica- Buck and Goodway Printing & Graphics Ms. Katherine Linnet Ms. Beth Pietrzak Gladys Cohen Mr. Thompson Gordan Mr. John Loehr Ms. Erin Pikor Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stewart Mr. Joseph Gostomski Mr. Robert Loop Ms. Danielle Pimpinella Ms. Mary B. Sullivan Grade A ShopRite Mrs. Corrine Lotstein Ms. Jane Plant Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sussman Mr. Edward Granelli Mr. Richard Lotstein Platsky Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Sandy Swidler Mr. Victor Grann Mr. Richard Lovello Mr. and Mrs. John Pope TPI Group Mr. and Mrs. John J. Graubard, Mr. Charles Lupinacci Mr. and Mrs. Johnny M. Potts Mr. Matthew Tackman In Honor of Reuben Lubitz Ms. Sheila McCaffrey Ms. Susan Prial Thomson Corporation Ms. Harriet Gray Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Macari, Promogifts LLC Mr. & Mrs. Robert Tiso Ms. Cynthia Griffith In Memory of Theodore A. Mr. Jonathon Pruette Mr. Todd Travia Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Grossman Kelhe and Irene L. Mallick Mr. Seymour Putterman The Honorable Christel H. In Honor of Stephen & Gary Dr. Joan-Ellen Macresis Mr. Andrew Quentzel Truglia Grove Mr. and Mrs. Mike Macri, RBS Greenwich Capital The Italian Center Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Grove In Honor of Joseph Viggiano Ms. Florence Rafsky The Umbrella Club of Fairfield Grunberger Jewelers Mr. Piere Magnifico Dr. Gerald Rakos County Mr. Albert Guinto Ms. Patti Malizia Mr. and Mrs. Joel Ratner Union Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Halper Ms. Patricia and Ms. Molly Ms. Priscilla Raymond Ms. Sharon Vecchiolla Ms. Barbara Hanauer Malloy Mr. Robert Reicher Mrs. Caryl C. Vejar Mr. John Harvey Ms. Suzanne Manela Ms. Kathleen Reitmeyer Ms. Lisetta Verrasstro Ms. Margaret Hassani-Sadi Mr. Paul Mangeri Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Reyher Mr. Louis Vitanza Heart of Gold Margot Café & Wine Bar, Ms. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rich III Mr. and Mrs. Vrank Vos Ms. Kathleen Hener Margot Olshan Mr. Robert N. Rich Mr. Stephen Wald Charles G. Hertz, M.D. Ms. Anna Martin Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Richichi Mr. Lawrence Walker Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hertz, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Masone Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Richichi Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Weiss In Honor of Mark Ms. Carine Mattarasso Ridgeway Launderaid, Inc. Ms. Jennifer Weissman Combrinck-Hertz Mr. and Mrs. John A. Maul, In Ms. Eileen H. Rosner Mr. & Mrs. Noah Weissman, Hope Street Pharmacy Honor of Michael Maul Mrs. Marguerite M. Rousseau In Honor of Samantha Downing Ms. Katie Hopkins Mr. Paul McClatchy Mrs. Emily Russo West High Service Station Inc. Mr. Peter Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Allan McGinnis Mr. John Russo Mr. Brian Wilchusky Mr. Jonathan Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Joel P. Mellis, In Mr. Joseph Russo Ms. Seema Winsor Italian Center Men’s Club Memory of Dennis Murphy Ms. Pat Russo Wofsey, Rosen, Kweskin & J.E.S. Plumbing & Heating Corp. Ms. Anita Mercede Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sabia, Jr. Kuriansky LLP Mr. and Mrs. Alan Jaffe, Esq., Mr. and Mrs. Obediah R. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Sabia, Sr. Ms. Kathleen Young In Memory of David Jaffe Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur H. Miller Ms. Michelle Sabia Dr. and Mrs. Henry Zalichin Ms. Rita Jerabek Mr. Jacques Moger Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Sandak Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Zeccola, Jewish Community Endowment Ms. Julianna Molina Mr. Claude Sanguinetti In Honor of Michael Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Molstre Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Sanseverino DeBartolomeo Ms. Susan Johnson Mr. James Monaco Mr. Joseph Santasiero Mr. Roger Zouein Mr. Demian Johnston Mr. Renaldo Monaco Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Saverine THANK YOU ARI of Connecticut, Inc. BOARD OF DIRECTORS BOARD OF DIRECTORS EMERITI ARI of Connecticut Inc. was the recipient of a trust fund OFFICERS by Arthur T. and Loralee Clark Trust Fund. Loralee was Barbara Aronica-Buck a client served by our agency in the 1970’s. Her family Mario Musilli, Esq., Peter Buck designated a portion of their estate to ARI to sustain the Chairperson Henry Brenner, Ph.D. good work of our agency. The purpose of this bequest is Allan Sussman, Arlene O. DuBiago to support our continued success in enriching the lives of Chairperson-elect Edward Granelli people with disabilities and their families by enabling Charles Hertz, M.D., Sari Jaffe, Esq. Vice Chairperson Louis Lotstein* them to achieve their fullest potential at home, at work John Russo, Secretary Paul G. Macari and in the community. The Board of Directors has set Kamalesh Banerjee, Ph.D., Thelma V. Martin* aside these resources to be the basis of a perpetual Treasurer Philip Molstre endowment for the future of new programs for ARI. Dennis Murphy* • Frank D. Rich, III BOARD OF DIRECTORS ARI of Connecticut Inc. was also the beneficiary of Richard W. Saunders Gerry Bosak contributions of $1,000 in April, 2007 and $10,000 in Richard E. Taber John Downing May, 2007 to our High School Transition Program. Francis White* Ginny Fox *deceased Our connection with RBS is through a High School Adriano Gatto Transition student Matthew Egan and his godfather Leon Hanna, D.D.S. Beth Keenan Matthew P. Reyher Mr. Matthew Monaghan, an official at RBS Greenwich PRESIDENT AND CEO Capital. Mark Lotstein Gail Malloy Member of ARI of Connecticut, Inc. is a non-profit organization under IRS code 501(c)(3). Carmine Vaccaro The ARI News is published for the members, board of directors, family members, people served, staff and friends of ARI of Connecticut, Inc. Edited and designed by Barbara C. Aronica-Buck. Published by ARI of Connecticut, Inc., 174 Richmond United Way Hill Avenue, Stamford, Connecticut, 06902-5696.(203) 324-9258. Fax (203) 324- of Stamford 3949. Email: www.arict.org. ARI of Connecticut, Inc. supports equal opport u n i t y without re g a rd to race, color, sex, marital status, age, disability, religion, ancestry, Accredited by national origin, citizenship or sexual orientation. ARI of Connecticut, Inc. is CARF a c c redited by CARF and funded by DMR. P R S RT STD U.S. POSTA G E PA I D S TAMFORD CT 06902 P e rmit No. 164 ALWAYS REACHING FOR INDEPENDENCE ARI of Connecticut, Inc., 174 Richmond Hill Avenue Stamford, Connecticut 06902-5696 www.arict.org Please call us at ext. 3028 if your mailing label is incorrect.
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