Hartford Business Journal

August 7, 2017

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22 Hartford Business Journal • August 7, 2017 www.HartfordBusiness.com OF NOTE YMCA OF GREATER HARTFORD SELECTS ATHERTON FOR DISTINGUISHED LEADERSHIP AWARD Peter Atherton of Newington received the 2016 Robert C. Knox Jr. YMCA Distinguished Leadership Award at the YMCA of Greater Hartford's 164th annual meeting. Atherton began fundraising for the YMCA's downtown branch in 1989 to support its programs, and has since served in multiple leadership roles, including chair of both the branch finance committee and the board of advisors. Pictured (from left) are: Maura Cochran; Peter Atherton; Joe Weist; and Harold Sparrow. • • • CPA SOCIETY HONORS TWO MEMBERS WITH THE 'JACK BROOKS LEADERSHIP AWARD' The Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants honored Patrick J. Duffany, CPA of Cheshire, and Stephen J. LaRosa, CPA of South Windsor, as co-recipients of the 2017 "Jack Brooks Leadership Award." Duffany is a partner with CohnReznick in Hartford. LaRosa is senior director of state and local tax with Alexion Pharmaceuticals in New Haven. ▶ ▶ Savings Institute Bank & Trust recently celebrated its 175th birthday by receiving a citation from the Connecticut General Assembly in acknowledgement of the bank's high standard of banking. SI CEO Rheo Brouillard is shown accepting the citation. CNG ENGINEERING AND KOMA PRECISION HOST BENEFIT GOLF TOURNAMENT ▶ ▶ CNC Engineering in Enfield and Koma Precision in East Windsor hosted their ninth annual Manufacturing Technology Golf Tournament. The event raised $38,000 for the Machine Technology Program at Asnuntuck Community College. Pictured (from left) are: Keith Madore, director of institutional advancement and community engagement, ACC; Nigel Macon- Wilson, ACC student; Gary Caravella, president, CNC Engineering; Steve Wilkins, general manager, Mazak; Frank Gulluni, director of advanced manufacturing technology, ACC; ACC student Christa Coope; and Barry Agosti, president, KOMA Precision. ACCOLADES & MORE ▶ ▶ The University of St. Joseph recently hosted Bristol Eastern High School's 14th Business Plan Competition. The competition allowed the BEHS students to present business plans in front of a panel of judges. The gold medal certificate for first place was awarded to BEHS freshman Kelsie St. Germain for her business, Invincible Taekwondo Studio. UNIVERSITY OF ST. JOSEPH HOSTS BUSINESS PLAN COMPETITION SAVINGS INSTITUTE BANK & TRUST CELEBRATES 175 YEARS UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT ON THE WORKPLACE SEPTEMBER 27TH INFINITY MUSIC HALL, HARTFORD 8AM - 10AM Are employers prepared to recognize the problem, or know where to go for help? KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Pat Rehmer, Senior Vice President Behavioral Health, Hartford HealthCare PANEL DISCUSSION: Moderator: Miriam E. Delphin-Rittmon, Commissioner of the Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services Dan Fallon, Program Manager, Wheeler EAP Lois A. Krause, MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP Practice Leader, HR Compliance, KardasLarson, LLC Dr. Danilo M. Pangilinan, Chief Medical Offi cer, InterCommunity Inc. Dr. Dick Salmon, Vice President & National Medical Executive for Performance Measurement & Improvement, Cigna TO REGISTER GO TO HARTFORDBUSINESS.COM/OUREVENTS Single Ticket Rate: $45 For questions about this event please Contact Allison Williams at awilliams@hartfordbusiness.com or 860-236-9998 X122 EVENT SPONSOR: PRESENTING SPONSOR:

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