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Connecticut CPA
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September/October 2012
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A walk team from Marcum recently participated in the
Second Annual Tribury Walk to Cure Juvenile Diabetes in
Southbury. Konowitz, Kahn & Company was a long-time
supporter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
(JDRF), and will carry this cause forward post-merger with
Marcum, which supports many charitable events. Walk-
ers enjoyed music from CPA rock band
The Accounting
Crows and guitarist Christian Rubenbauer as well as
gymnastics exhibitions while walking the two-mile loop.
JDRF is the leading charitable funder and advocate of Type 1
Diabetes research worldwide. The Tribury Walk is a key
awareness and fundraising event of JDRF, designed to
bring resources and services to the Waterbury region.
Accounting Crows and Marcum
Support Juvenile Diabetes Research
Marcum walkers and volunteers at the Second Annual Tribury Walk to Cure Juvenile Diabetes are (from left) Armand Rossi (also a Juvenile Diabetes
Research Foundation board member), Yong Hae Park, John Vozzo, Jill Kovalich Rubenbauer, Joel Sachs, Lisa Lavalee, Ron Milone, and Matt Strilbyckij.
The Accounting Crows play a set of classic rock for walkers and volunteers. Pictured from left are keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist Mark Zampino, CTCPA
public affairs director; drummer Michael Fortunato, vice president of finance and administration for Orthopaedic Health Services; vocalist/bassist Reed
Risteen, partner with BlumShapiro; and lead guitarist Alan Friedman, managing partner of Friedman Kannenberg & Company.