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Connecticut CPA
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November/December 2013
Whelan Coaches Little
League World Series Team
Thomas Whelan, owner of Thomas R. Whelan, CPA in
Darien, served as an assistant coach for the Westport
Little League All-Star Team in its first-ever trip to the
Little League World Series. After becoming New Eng-
land champions, the team finished second in the Unit-
ed States and fourth in the world. The team garnered
national attention including appearances on ESPN and
NESN, and was welcomed back to Westport with a pa-
rade and ceremony attended by thousands.
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Burzenski & Company recently celebrated its 30-year
anniversary with a client, business associate, and em-
ployee celebration at the Shore Line Trolley Museum in
East Haven. John R. Burzenski, company founder, and
Ralph L. Ricciardelli, managing partner, addressed the
crowd of well-wishers, who also had the opportunity to
take a ride on a historic trolley car down the scenic Bran-
ford Electric Railway.
The Honorable Joseph Maturo, mayor of East Haven,
presented a proclamation to the firm in honor of the occa-
sion. State Senator Len Fasano also presented an official
citation from the State of Connecticut General Assembly.
Burzenski & Company Celebrates 30-Year Anniversary
(from left) State Senator Len Fasano, Burzenski & Company partners
Ralph L. Ricciardelli, John R. Burzenski, and Gary I. Glassman, and
East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo, pictured at the firm's 30th anniver-
sary celebration on September 19 at the Shore Line Trolley Museum.