BRISTOL - The Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce held its annual meeting Wednesday, when the Board of Directors unanimously voted to appoint a new treasurer and several new board members with terms to begin July 1.
Christine Malay, of DoubleTree by Hilton, was appointed treasurer. She joins other Executive Committee members, including Chair of the Board Jay Sattler, of BlumShapiro; Vice Chair Paul Lavoie, of Carey Manufacturing; Secretary John Lodovico, of Tunxis Community College; and Immediate Past Chair Susan Sadecki, of Main Street Community Foundation.
The Board of Directors consists of the following:
Class of 2020: Laurie Adams, Webster Bank; Thomas O. Barnes Jr.; Riverside Investment Services; Cassandra Crowal, Hospital of Central Connecticut; Lisa King, Barnes Group Inc.; Ed Klonoski, Charter Oak State College; John Letizia, John A. Letizia CPA; and Wendy Palmisano, ESPN.
Class of 2021: Kurt Barwis, Bristol Hospital; Kyle Biddick, Adams Samartino; Christopher Boyle, Bristol Hospital; Catherine Carbone, Bristol Board of Education; Betty DaCruz, DaCruz Manufacturing; Todd Fitzsimons, Network Imaging LLC; Jim Forker, Thomaston Savings Bank; Shaun Gallagher, ConnectiCare; William Mascetti, ACG; Nancy O’Donnell, Thomaston Savings Bank; Michael Prentiss, Starkweather & Shepley; Jerald Rafaniello, Aflac; Christine Sulvester, People’s United Bank; Michael Sweeney, Torrington Savings Bank; and William Waseleski, Century Spring Manufacturing. Co.
“The Board of Directors is instrumental in helping the Chamber to carry out its mission and we continue to have an excellent team in place to ensure we are able to meet our goals and objectives,” said Cindy Bombard, CCCC president/CEO.
The board members also expressed gratitude to the departing Class of 2019 members:
Kim Bondeson-Ciccarello, A. Ciccarello Building Co.; Carol Constant, Gary D. Constant, Attorney at Law; Carrie Dubray, Central Payment Systems; Anthony Mattioli, Thomaston Savings Bank; Susan Moreau, Bristol Board of Education; and Marie O’Brien, O’Brien Funeral Home.
“All of these individuals gave freely of their time in order to promote the Chamber and its mission to support business in central Connecticut and their contributions have helped the Chamber to be a success,” according to a statement from CCCC.
For more information on the Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce, visit www.CentralCTChambers.org or call 860-584-4718.
Susan Corica can be reached at 860-973-1802 or email@example.com.