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Michael Tedone, a partner at Connecticut Wealth
Management in Farmington, ran in the 2013 ING
New York City Marathon on behalf of Think Pink
Rocks, a nonprofit organization dedicated to rais-
ing awareness and providing funding for breast
cancer screening, treatment, and research.
Tedone ran the marathon on behalf of his sister-in-
law Michele, who lost her battle to breast cancer,
and his sister-in-law Sharon, who is currently bat-
tling breast cancer. Michael achieved his fundrais-
ing goal, raising $2,510.
Pictured front row (from left): Kathleen Koehler, Chris Baer, Tessa Jordan,
Mindyleigh Dols, and Laura Steiner. Back row (from left): Steve Prigionieri, future
Habitat for Humanity homeowner Roman, Mike Bassett, and Norm Yester.
Nicola, Yester and Company Builds for
Habitat for Humanity
Equale & Cirone Holiday Giving
Benefits Family & Children's Aid
Tedone Runs NYC Marathon for
Think Pink Rocks
Mahoney Sabol Supports
Thanksgiving Project
Goldblatt Bokoff Walks to Stop Diabetes
Partners and staff from Nicola, Yester and Company in Glaston-
bury participated in a Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity build on
October 3 in Bloomfield.
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Staff, friends, and family associated with Goldblatt Bokoff in
Norwich stepped out for the American Diabetes Association's
Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes in September. Some ran, some
walked briskly, and some strolled the course winding through
Ocean Beach Park. The firm raised more than $4,000, led by
champion solicitors Amber Moore and Tammi Fratoni.
Employees in the Middletown office of Mahoney
Sabol & Company donated cans and bottles of
gravy to the Middletown Community Thanksgiv-
ing Project, which delivered Thanksgiving dinner
to more than 600 needy families.
Pictured (from left) are Gary Gomola, Stefanie Rice, Linda Rou-
leau, Janet Heizman, and Barbara Culver.
The team at Equale & Cirone recently spent a morning spreading
holiday cheer by assembling and wrapping gifts they purchased
to completely fulfill wish lists from children at two local Family
& Children's Aid group homes. Family & Children's Aid provides
programs and services to support children and families in crisis.