YOUR VIEW: Our father is a real leader for the City of Bristol

Published on Wednesday, 13 October 2021 20:29
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To the Editor:

What is a leader? By definition, “a person who leads or commands a group, organization, or country.” To some, this may feel like an impossible task, but to others, it’s simply putting forward the love for others before yourself.

Before Scott Rosado was the amazing councilman you know today, he was simply our dad who was a Little League coach, a Cub Scout leader, and a supportive dance dad. Someone who not only has love and pride for his family, but also his community. He’s a man of his word and always shows up for everyone.

Never losing pride in his birthplace, Bristol, CT, he continues to work hard in personal and business endeavors, never forgetting the place where he came from.

As years passed and his children got older, he continued growing his Home Care business but it didn’t stop there. He flourished to grow other businesses in the town and eventually earning the privilege of being the first elected Puerto Rican councilman in Bristol. I am sure you’ve seen him out on an early Sunday morning cleaning the storm drains after Storm Henri, or volunteering to hand out food boxes at “Farmers to Family.” His commitment to our city’s youth, elderly and veterans is truly honorable. The outreach he continues to provide continues to expand as we’ve watched him feed the homeless, volunteer time at the Cambridge Park Boys & Girls Club, and his willingness to always be a support to our Veterans.

Scott W. Rosado’s character is something to truly honor and be proud of. Our father is the definition of a leader.

On Nov. 2, 2021 we will be asking for people of the First District to join us in getting him re-elected so he can keep being the person and voice Bristol residence need!

Anthonie Rosado, Andrew Rosado, and Adrianna Rosado


Posted in The Bristol Press, Letters on Wednesday, 13 October 2021 20:29. Updated: Wednesday, 13 October 2021 20:32.