Our Annual Fund Donors April 1, 2009

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Our Annual Fund Donors April 1, 2009
Annual Report 2010-2011
Building relationships and
growing for a stronger future
Center of Special Care, Inc.
Our Mission
We will ensure exemplary care within our continuum, with the active
involvement of those we serve, so that they can achieve enduring
improvements in the quality of their lives.
We will create a work environment and climate where employees
are supported to provide excellent care, and find opportunities for
personal and professional growth.
We will anticipate and be responsive to the changing needs of our
communities and a changing healthcare environment by creating an
innovative, fiscally-sound, cost-effective system of care.
We will be, in all of the above, responsive and accountable to our
communities, for whose benefit we exist.
We will support the practice of rehabilitation and continuing medical
care through research and education.
Cover photo:
Jinsy Andrews, MD, Director of Clinical Research & Clinical Trials with her patient,
Christine Venslovas and Christine’s daughter, Christina Fiorillo.
Center of Special Care, Inc.
Letter from our Presidents
Dear Friends:
A student attending a lecture series at our hospital asked if our mission
statement was current. We got the sense that the student asked this question
because the wall mural displaying a copy of the mission appeared dated.
What the student may have been asking was: Is the hospital’s mission still
relevant? Why hasn’t it changed over time?
Hospital for Special Care’s (HSC) management team members know that
we visit and review this mission statement regularly, particularly when we
explore initiatives and forge new relationships. Will this meet our mission,
vision, standards and values is a question that is always asked when we are
reviewing any new idea.
This statement was written in the mid-nineties and has served us well over
the years. It speaks to the lessons that have been learned over time and
reflects those experiences within the statement. It is an outline telling us to
build strong foundations and relationships, and has a theme that has allowed
us to grow, to become stronger, and to serve our community. The statement
looks to the future and stays relevant.
Our country has faced many difficult challenges over the past few years.
One of these challenges has been the rising cost of healthcare. Our mission
statement has been the outline for ensuring that we stay focused on the
people that we serve as we navigate the changes brought on by healthcare
reform. HSC has often been on the forefront of innovation in healthcare
delivery and program development, and we’ll continue to be the answer
to solving difficult healthcare problems for other hospitals, for state and
federal government agencies, and for the community.
Our ability to remain flexible, quality conscious and financially efficient
will make us the hospital of choice in the future, as we have been in our
recent past, for people with complex medical needs. We remain fortunate
for having such dedicated employees that understand the complexity of our
patient care and the trials of the healthcare system. As you read this report,
you will see examples of our ability to respond to community needs during
this very uncertain time in healthcare.
Our mission remains strong and relevant.
Thank you for being part of our team. Thank you for caring about HSC
and our mission.
David Crandall, FACHE
President & CEO
Presidents & CEOs
John J. Votto, DO, FCCP
President & CEO
A Letter from our Chair – Elizabeth K. Fumiatti
Chairman of the Board
Dear Friends,
Over the past 18 months, we’ve grown into the most specialized
neuromuscular center in the region. Headed by the area’s three leading
neuromuscular medicine specialists, HSC has become the largest and most
comprehensive neuromuscular clinical and research facility in Connecticut.
The Neuromuscular Center treats over 1000 patients annually in one of
three multidisciplinary and specialized weekly clinics – including the
Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Clinic for Adults, the MDA
Clinic for Children, and the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association
(ALSA) Clinic.
Under the leadership of Dr. Jinsy Andrews, the Center’s Research and
Clinical Trials Unit experiments with promising new medications. HSC has
recently begun its third clinical trial hoping to find effective treatments for
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), myasthenia gravis, and other chronic
neuromuscular disorders. An expert team of therapists and nurses offer ALS
and MDA patients uncompromised care and accommodations all in a single
location. Hospital for Special Care is the only ALSA-certified program in
Connecticut, and one of only 35 in the country.
Our Neurobehavioral Program was initially established in the early 90’s, and
had consistently run with a full occupancy and a waiting list. In response to
changing community needs, we developed a new 15-bed freestanding unit
which was designed to incorporate lessons learned over many years. This
unit opened in July of 2010 and has been fully occupied since the fall.
HSC opened a dedicated Cardiac Medical Unit this year under the direction
of our board-certified intensivists Paul Scalise, MD, FCCP, Senior Vice
President of Medical Affairs and Steven R. Prunk, MD, FCCP, Medical
Director, Cardiac Medical Unit, and consulting cardiologists.
This comprehensive initiative was designed to stem the cycle of costly
emergency room readmissions. The program was created to treat and assist
patients who are striving to regain their functional ability while dealing with
the complications of heart failure.
Our “Hope Campaign” is currently underway. With the increased demand for
outpatient services, we have initiated a capital campaign to address the need for
increased services to treat people living with chronic diseases. HSC has also
studied the needs of individuals living with Autism Spectrum Disorder and has
worked with various state agencies, advocacy groups as well as the governor’s
office to align our efforts with the needs of this growing population.
complex pediatrics, acquired brain injury and spinal cord injury has remained
high. This continues to be our first and foremost concern for our entire patient
population, regardless of which of our facilities or programs is involved.
As chair, I would like to extend my sincerest appreciation to David Crandall
and Dr. John Votto, our CEO’s, as well as their senior management and
support teams for their guidance and leadership in implementing these
changes. Additionally, I extend my thanks to the dedicated employees of the
many service areas that comprise the Center of Special Care. Because of
your commitment, dedication and caring, we are recognized among the top
not-for-profit, long-term acute care hospitals in the United States.
The New Britain Academy for Health Professions – a joint venture among
Hospital for Special Care, The Hospital of Central Connecticut, Chamber
of Commerce and Capital Workforce Partners, provides an opportunity for
high school students to explore the healthcare industry and develop relevant
skills. Students can start earning credits toward a two to four-year college
degree while still in high school. The program exposes students to the wide
and varied opportunities in the healthcare field, and hopefully to retain these
students as future employees.
To our numerous volunteers and Auxiliary members who give so generously
of your time, talent, and energy to ensure the continuing mission of our
hospital – please know how very much your efforts are appreciated.
Through all of these changes and initiatives, we are happy to report that the
quality of care of our trademark areas of specialization: pulmonary care,
I look forward to working with you all in this next year – you the special
people who are the Center of Special Care.
To my fellow board members – my special thanks for your time, diligence,
foresight and direction – the year ahead presents us with many new
challenges, but with your support I am confident we can meet these
challenges.
Elizabeth K. Fumiatti
Chairman of the Board
U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal met patient and volunteer, Aliza Jenkins,
as well as staff during a walking tour of HSC last September.
Governor Dannel P. Malloy visited HSC last year during his campaign to
announce plans for a statewide Center for Autism & Developmental Disabilities.
A campaign of hope and promise.
In response to the growing number of adults and children living with chronic
disease, HSC has embarked upon its first capital campaign in nearly twenty
years. Recent studies have shown that 87% of Americans between the ages
of 65 and 79 live with at least one chronic condition. Through an expansion
of our existing “Medical Home Model,” we are redesigning the way in which
our patients experience healthcare. We have witnessed a steady increase in
the need for outpatient services, allowing our complex patients to remain
at home and “come and go” for care. This coordinated and comprehensive
approach provides a cost-effective alternative to the current system of care.
Key facts about the “Hope Campaign”
• The Hope Campaign will increase the size of the Outpatient Center by four
times current capacity – from 4,000-square feet to over 18,000.
• The expansion will meet the needs of significantly more adults and
children who may now “come and go” for care. An estimated 78% of HSC
patients are now discharged to the community for ongoing outpatient care.
• The campaign target is $5.9 million, half of which has been raised. • Top benefactors to date include the Maximilian E. and Marion O. Hoffman
Foundation, the Hospital for Special Care Auxiliary, the American Savings
Foundation and Ms. Maria Pietrantuono.
Among the clinics slated for the
new center are:
Neuromuscular - ALS and muscular dystrophy (MD)
for adults and children
Neuromuscular Clinical Trials Research Center –
ALS and MD research
Neuropathy
Neuropsychology
Physiatry
Autism
Parkinson’s disease
Pulmonary disease
Spinal cord injury
Acquired Brain injury
Primary Care (for chronic adults and children)
Architectural rendering of the future outpatient center
It’s now easier for people with heart failure to live life more fully.
Hospital for Special Care remains committed to playing a leading role in
the development of standards and practices that help patients better manage
their disease while also helping control healthcare costs.
Under the direction of board-certified intensivists and cardiologists, the
Cardiac Care Initiative team will provide guidance and education for both
patients and their families.
Responding to the needs of a patient population on the rise, Hospital for
Special Care led Connecticut by opening the first comprehensive heart
failure inpatient unit in the state.
As the population ages, and as new treatments continue to evolve, this
unit will play an increasingly vital role. HSC is currently collaborating
with three major acute care hospitals in the region to provide treatment,
therapy and education to patients who have recently received a Left
Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD). Additionally, patients who are preparing
for implantation of cardiac mechanical assist devices are able to receive
treatment, education and strengthening prior to surgery.
It is estimated that more than five million Americans are living with heart
failure. More than 500,000 new cases are diagnosed each year. Once
discharged from acute care hospitals, these patients often go through a
painful and costly cycle of emergency room readmissions.
The comprehensive heart failure unit gives heart failure patients the
medical, physical and occupational therapies that will stabilize their
condition while helping them gain functional ability so that they can
return to home and community more quickly.
According to Paul Scalise, MD, FCCP, Senior Vice President of Medical
Affairs, “Through collaborative efforts with many of the leading acute care
hospitals in Connecticut, HSC’s ‘disease management’ approach to heart
failure will be a new style of acute care unlike any that we have known.”
This learning process will give the patient and caregivers the tools they
need to maintain an active and independent lifestyle when returning home.
Steven R. Prunk,
MD, FCCP,
Medical Director,
Cardiac Medical
Unit and George
‘Skip’ Howland,
HSC’s first
patient admitted
to the new
cardiac medical
unit.
An expanding Neurobehavioral Program
In response to a growing need for additional neurobehavioral beds, Hospital
for Special Care added a third neurobehavioral unit in July of 2010. A new
building was designed and constructed to accommodate an additional 15
patients. This new space fosters opportunities for patients’ independence and
eventual community re-entry.
The Neurobehavioral Program (NBP) is a long-term, inpatient rehabilitation
program that specializes in the treatment of individuals who have sustained
an acquired brain injury (ABI), and have had difficulty managing life in the
community, or in other facilities. The purpose of the NBP is to assist these
individuals in managing their behaviors appropriately, in learning skills to
maximize their independence, and improving their overall quality of life.
The NBP provides 24-hour physician coverage, nursing care, and supervision
on secured units. In each unit, the NBP provides a therapeutic environment
that utilizes a behavioral approach to treatment. Based on initial and ongoing
assessments, the team identifies and prioritizes behaviors that present
obstacles to successful community reintegration. The team works with the
patient and family, and/or conservator, to meet goals while incorporating the
patient’s cultural and spiritual beliefs.
The ultimate goal of the program is to reintegrate patients safely into the
community, in the least restrictive environment possible. This program
provides a highly-structured, safe, and supportive environment for learning.
HSC’s approach to medical care and rehabilitation begins and ends
with teamwork. Under the direction of John K. Stanwood, Ph D, Chief
of Psychology, neuropsychologists, physiatrists, registered nurses, case
coordinators, occupational, therapeutic recreation and speech therapists, along
with team leaders, behavioral specialists, and social workers work directly
with patients and their families to help patients achieve their maximum level
of functioning and independence.
A Vision of Innovation and Growth
Incredible things have been going on at Manes & Motions. We continue to evolve by
leaps and bounds!
Manes & Motions recently celebrated its third-year anniversary of its new home located
at the Daniels Farm in Middletown. This move for Manes & Motions has been an
exceptional one. Change has been good. It signifies vision, innovation and growth…
As part of its on-going mission to provide a wide range of sports and fitness activities
for individuals living with cognitive and physical special needs, HSC envisioned a
whole new world…where a hospital partners and affiliates with a program of our kind.
We are proud to announce that in 2010 our Rider Assistance Program (RAP) was
launched. RAP financially helps riders in need of support by offsetting the riding
fees and costs incurred each semester. This initiative is especially important to my
fellow board members and me, as we feel strongly that Manes & Motions should
make every effort to provide affordable access to our equine-assisted therapies and
services, regardless of a participant’s financial circumstances.
I am honored to introduce you to two of our newest Manes & Motions’ friends,
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro and the Petit Family Foundation (PFF). Both, in their
respective missions, have also embraced our journey to affect positive change among our
riders – to improve the quality of so many lives met by our cornerstone mission. Taking
stock in our vision also demonstrates their unique understanding and appreciation of the
positive and magical effect horses, and equine therapy, play in our riders’ lives, and for all
of those who are challenged by chronic disease and conditions.
I had the pleasure of hosting a fellow Marine, and my new friend, William Petit, Sr.,
as he toured our Manes’ facility, spoke with staff and volunteers, and observed riders
in our program. We are most grateful to Dr. William Petit, Jr., William Petit, Sr.,
Hanna Chapman-Petit, the PFF Board of Directors, Norm LeBlanc and Trantolo &
Trantolo, all of whom had graciously named Manes & Motions a beneficiary of the
First Annual “Ride for Justice.” We appreciate the vision and generosity of the Petit
Family Foundation. Their generosity and partnership underscores this Foundation’s
perpetual and like interest to improve the quality of life for so many.
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, whose district includes Middletown, has been a
long-standing advocate of Hospital for Special Care (HSC). In support of HSC’s
continuum of care, Congresswoman DeLauro has also taken an interest in Manes &
Motions and visited our facility. During her visit, she observed a demonstration from
our “Horses for Heroes” program participants, toured our facility, and spoke with
riders to learn about the benefits of this initiative. She was especially interested in
the “Horses for Heroes” program focused specifically on veterans who have returned
from tours in Iraq and Afghanistan who are now coping with Post Traumatic Stress
Disorder (PTSD), mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI), and other physical, emotional,
and psychological challenges.
She clearly understands our mission and realizes that our instructors, side-walkers,
and volunteers strive each day to understand our riders’ happiness and sadness; hopes
and frustration, progress and set-backs, new milestones achieved.
Speaking of milestones…in other news to share –­ a new, and very important
milestone has been achieved. We are proud to announce that the recommendation
of the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association, Inc. (NARHA)
Accreditation Committee granted Manes & Motions with a “Premier Accredited
Center” status in January 2011. Just as other professions use standards of excellence
and rating systems to improve the well-being of their industries, professionals in the
field of equine-assisted activities have a distinction of their own through the Premier
Accredited Center (PAC) program. The PAC program and committee certifies centers
such as Manes & Motions, which have exceptional standards and have demonstrated
excellence in providing quality equine-assisted activities. A Center such as ours, that
meets these esteemed accreditation criteria based on administrative, facility, program
and applicable special interest standards, becomes a Premier Accredited Center.
We continue to work toward a year-round program which could only be realized if we
build an indoor arena. An indoor arena would enable us to reduce our waiting list and
bring even more happiness – all year long – and serve even more children, adolescents
and adults who really need us. With your help, this is what is on our horizon.
Yes, we are trailblazing!
William J. Higgins
Chairman of the Board
Manes & Motions Therapeutic Riding Center, Inc.
Janina Orzechowska, Function Coordinator– Employee of the Year 2010
Janina is an absolute joy with whom to work each day. Janina’s work ethic
and enthusiasm for being a team player and always going the extra mile for
everyone at HSC is unparalleled. Her positive, can-do attitude; friendliness
and warmth are infectious. Her commitment to each task or project is
unwavering and her tireless spirit should be emulated. She is always offering
to do more, or take the initiative to make things easier and/or to render a
more efficient and successful outcome.
Janina consistently goes beyond the expectations of her performance
requirements. As Function Coordinator, her work schedule is never the
same. She maintains a high degree of flexibility in order to accommodate
all of HSC’s catering needs. Few realize that she may have many catering
requests on the same day, all for delivery at the same time. In addition to her
responsibility as Function Coordinator, she is also a cook, often assigned the
dual role of catering and patient meal service. She always gets everything
done on time and delivered with a smile.
Not many people realize how much love and care she puts into everything
she does. She is always striving to create and improve, such as using a
special herb or vegetable so that the garnish on a platter will be just right.
Janina’s spirit of cooperation and her superior customer service skills
have gone far in improving our environment at HSC, as her efforts have
contributed to some of our best social events, due to her attention to
every detail.
Janina Orzechowska was also honored as the Employee of the Month for
November 2009. Congratulations, Janina! This esteemed recognition, and
award as Employee of the Year, is so well deserved.
Employee of the year
Boards of Directors, Executive Council & In-House Medical Staff
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
BOARDS OF DIRECTORS
Center of Special Care, Inc.
Board of Directors, 2010-2011
Elizabeth Fumiatti, Chair
Carl R. Ficks, Jr., Esq., Vice
Chair
John V. Banta, MD
David Crandall
Rita E. Grygus, RN, MSN
Gregory B. Howey
David J. Kelly
Samuel N. Paul
Georgianne Pollowitz
William E. Schuch, CPA
John J. Votto, DO
James J. Watson
Hospital for Special Care
Board of Directors, 2010-2011
Elizabeth Fumiatti, Chair
Rita E. Grygus, RN, MSN,
Vice Chair
Raymond S. Andrews, Jr.
Bradlee Benn
Diane R. Chace, Esq.
David Crandall
Geraldine Devers
Carl R. Ficks, Jr., Esq.
Michael Genovesi, MD
William J. Higgins
Thomas Hutton
David J. Kelly
Joseph Laffin
John Madigan
James Mahoney, CPA
Dean Morgan
Archie B. Savage, Jr., PhD
William E. Schuch, CPA
John J. Votto, DO
HSC Community Services, Inc.
Board of Directors, 2010-2011
David J. Kelly, Chair
Leslie C. Clark, RN, MBA,
Vice Chair
David Crandall
William Dworski, Esq.
Elizabeth Fumiatti
Gregory Howey
Victoria Odesina, APRN
Samuel N. Paul
Sister Mary Mark Pizzotti, DM
Georgianne Pollowitz
John J. Votto, DO
CSI Residential
Board of Directors, 2010-2011
Georgianne Pollowitz, Chair
David Crandall
William Dworski, Esq.
David J. Kelly
John J. Votto, DO
Hospital for Special Care
Foundation, Inc.
Board of Directors, 2010-2011
Diane R. Chace, Esq., Chair
Charles W. Boos, Vice Chair
Todd Bower, Vice Chair
Helen Cooke, II
David Crandall
Eamon Cronin
Geraldine Devers
Terrence Donahue, MD
John E. Downes, Sr.
Richard E. Feitel
Elizabeth Fumiatti
David J. Kelly
Teresa McTague
Gail Newman
Stephen Villanti
John J. Votto, DO
Marie Wright, PhD
Allen Zolty
Manes & Motions
Therapeutic Riding Center, Inc.
Board of Directors, 2010-2011
William Higgins, Chairman
Elizabeth Avery, Vice Chair
David Crandall
Charlene M. Faselle
Brendan Kennedy
Brent Leveille
James Massi, MD
Laura Lacey-Napoletano
Marion Sgroi-Varano
Sarah Tanner
Steven G. Beck, MD
Chief of Physiatry Medicine
David Crandall, FACHE
President & CEO, Administration
Donald Cyr
Vice President, Facilities &
Hospitality Support
Felicia DeDominicis
Senior Vice President,
Legal Affairs,
Chief Legal Officer
& Corporate Compliance Officer
Victoria Golab
Vice President, Quality/Patient
Safety Officer
Jason Jakubowski
Vice President, Government
Relations
Sheila Hogan
Vice President of Institutional
Advancement & Executive
Director
Stanislaw Jankowski
Vice President & Chief
Information Officer
Lisa Newton, MSN, RN, BC
Vice President, Patient Care
Services & Chief Nursing Officer
IN-HOUSE MEDICAL STAFF
HOSPITAL FOR SPECIAL CARE
Brenda A. Nurse, MD, FACP,
FIDSA
Chief of Infectious Disease &
Director of Medical Education
John Pelegano, MD
Chief of Pediatrics
Lynn Ricci, MA
Senior Vice President,
Administration
Jinsy Andrews, MD
Director of Clinical Research and
Clinical Trials
Steven G. Beck, MD*
Chief of Physiatry Medicine
Steven Brown, PsyD
Neuropsychology
Paul Scalise, MD, FCCP*
Senior Vice President of
Medical Affairs, Chief of
Pulmonary & Internal Medicine
Timothy Belliveau, PhD
Neuropsychology
Subramani Seetharama, MD
Director of Spinal Cord Injury
Program
Paul Scalise, MD, FCCP
Senior Vice President of
Medical Affairs
Jennifer Cromer, PhD
Neuropsychology
Thomas Soltis, MD*
Chief of Geriatrics
John Stanwood, PhD
Chief of Psychology
John DelValle, MD
Internal Medicine
John Stanwood, PhD*
Chief of Psychology
Kevin Felice, DO*
Chief of Neuromuscular
Medicine
Roger Thrall, PhD
Director of Research
Judith A. Trzcinski, M Ed, MS
Vice President, Human
Resources
John J. Votto, DO, FCCP
President & CEO, Clinical
Affairs
Laurie Whelan
Senior Vice President Finance,
Chief Financial Officer and
Treasurer
Marcy Goldstein, MD, FCCP
Pulmonology
John J. Votto, DO, FCCP
President and CEO/Clinical
Affairs
Dennis Johnston, PhD
Director of Neuropsychology
Charles Whitaker, MD
Neuromuscular Medicine
David Monti, MD
Physiatry Medicine
Brenda A. Nurse, MD, FACP,
FIDSA*
Chief of Infectious Disease &
Epidemiology & Director of
Medical Education
John Pelegano, MD*
Chief of Pediatrics
Joann Dinda
Physical Therapy
Practice Leader
Employee of the Month
August 2010
Peter Ryiz, DDS, MAGD*
Chief of Dentistry
William Pesce, DO
Physiatry Medicine
Steven R. Prunk, MD, FCCP
Associate Chief of Pulmonary
Medicine
Dennis Rosati, MD
Director of Traumatic Brain
Injury Programs
* Denotes Chief of Service
Sharon Yoon, MD
Internal Medicine
Marilyn Agosto
Certified Nurses
Assistant
Employee of the Month
October 2010
Corporators
Dr. Mervet Abou-El Kair
Ms. Mary Jean Agostini
Mrs. Barbara Andrews
Mr. Raymond S. Andrews, Jr.
Ms. Doris Armstrong
Mr. J. Danford Anthony, Jr.
Mrs. Elizabeth Avery
Dr. John V. Banta
Mrs. Jane Banta
Mr. Carlyle Barnes
Dr. Eugene Baten
Charles Bauer, Esq.
Dr. Steven G. Beck
Mr. Bradley Benn
Sister Deborah Blados
Dr. Jack Blechner
Barbara B. Blechner, JD
Mrs. Rita F. Bonczek
Mrs. Grace Bonola
Mr. Charles Boos
Mr. Allen Botwinick
Mr. Todd Bower
Mr. John Byrnes
Dr. Robert Carangelo
Ms. Cheryl Carlson
Mr. Edward Carrier
Mr. Michael Carrier
Mrs. Sally Carrier
Mr. William Carroll
Mr. Howard Carver
Dr. John Cavo
Ms. Judith A. Chace
Diane R. Chace, Esq.
Ms. Manon-Lu Christ
Ms. Leslie C. Clark
The Honorable Walter Clebowicz
Mrs. Connie Collins
Mr. Brendan T. Conry
Miss Helen P. Cooke, II
Mr. David Crandall
Mr. Don H. Creed
Mr. Paul D’Addabbo
†Deceased
Mrs. Claire Dalidowitz
Mr. David Davison
Mrs. Franca DeDominicis
Mr. Enzo DeDominicis
Mrs. Marguerite Denuzze
Dr. Thomas Devers
Mrs. Geraldine Devers
Mr. John Dillaway
Dr. Terrence K. Donahue
Mr. William F. Dowling
Mrs. Ann Downes
Mr. John E. Downes, III
Mr. John E. Downes, Sr.
Mr. John Doyle
Mrs. Norma B. Dworski
William V. Dworski, Esq.
Mr. Robert Ellis
Mr. Norman E.W. Erickson
Dr. David Fearon
Mr. Richard Feitel
Carl R. Ficks, Jr., Esq.
Mrs. Susan Fisher
Dr. Robert Fisher
Mr. Terry Fletcher
Dr. Kristina Fletcher
Mr. Robert Forrester
Dr. Richard H. Fortinsky
Dr. Benjamin Foster, Jr.
Patricia Friedle, Esq.
Mr. Howard A. Fromson
Mrs. Sandra Fromson
Mrs. Elizabeth K. Fumiatti
Mr. Marcel Gamache
Michael Genovesi, MD, MBA
Mr. Charles Glendon
Mrs. Elizabeth Godbout
Mr. Michael Gorzoch
Mrs. Marion Gossling†
Mrs. Helen Gray
Ms. Rita E. Grygus
Mr. Michael J. Guida
Dr. Marie Gustin
Mr. Peter Hansen
Mr. Joseph Harper, Jr.
Dr. Joseph A. Harrison
Mr. William Higgins
Mr. Joseph S. Hinchcliffe
Mr. Fred Hollfelder
Dr. Stephen W. Horowitz
Mr. Gregory B. Howey
Ms. Gail Hughes
Mr. Daniel Hurley
Dr. Katherine C. Ill
Mr. Jason Jakubowski
Mr. Jonathan Johnson
The Honorable Nancy Johnson
Dr. Richard Judd
Ms. Elizabeth T. Kalinowski
Mr. Roger Karabin
Mr. David J. Kelly
Mr. Brendan Kennedy
Mr. Robert Kenney
Mr. David King
John King, Esq.
Mrs. Rose Mary Kiniry-Luddy
Mrs. Laurel Klepacki
Mr. Peter Knaus
Ms. Tracy Kralik
Ms. Sonja L Larkin
Ms. Donna Lasher
Mr. Brent Leveille
Mr. Ira Levin
Mr. William Lichtenfels
Mr. James Little
Mrs. Rita Lombardo
Mr. Worth Loomis
Mr. Thomas Luddy
Mr. John Madigan
Mr. James Mahoney
Ms. Lauren Manafort
Mr. Paul Manafort, Sr.
Dr. Julian Mandell
Mr. Paul Mandell
Ms. Wanda Marchionni
Dr. James Massi
Mrs. A. Cynthia Matthews
Dr. Gerald McAuliffe
Mr. Kevin McCabe
Mr. William McCue
Mrs. Melanie I. McCue
Mark McGuire, Esq.
Mr. James McNair
Mr. John Medvec
Ms. Marlene Michaud
Mr. William Millerick
Mr. Richard Moore
Ms. Jeannette Moretti
Mr. Dean Morgan
Mr. James Mulcahy
Mrs. Mary Murphy
James Murphy, Esq.
The Honorable William Murray
Mrs. Laura Napoletano
Mr. Anthony Newman
Mrs. Gail Newman
Mr. David Newton
Dr. Brenda Nurse
Ms. Victoria Odesina
Mrs. Charlotte Ohanesian
Mr. John Parda
Ms. Rita Parisi
Mr. Samuel N. Paul
Ms. Maria Pietrantuono
Dr. Stephen Pillsbury
Dr. Krystyna P. Piotrowska
Sister Mary Mark Pizzotti, DM
Mrs. Georgianne Pollowitz
Ms. Maria Poole
Mr. James L. Purdy
Ms. Susan Rathgeber
Pamela Reynolds, Esq.
Dr. James Rhinesmith
Mr. Antonio Rodriguez
Mr. Thomas Rogan
Mrs. Catharine Rogers
Dr. Peter Rosa
Dr. Dennis Rosati
Mr. Robert Rosol
Ms. Anne Ruwet
Mr. Donald Sagarino
Dr. Donald Samson
Dr. Archie B. Savage, Jr.
Dr. Paul Scalise
Mr. William Schuch
Ms. Meaghan M. Sengle
Mr. Clarence Silvia
Mr. Harry Sitilides
Mr. Kenneth Slater
Chester S. Sledzik, Esq.
Mr. Robert Slifka
Ms. Janeace Slifka
Dr. Humberto Solano
Mr. Raymond Spurgas
Mr. Michael Stanton
Dr. John Stanwood
Ms. Marion Sgroi-Varano
Ms. Donna M. Stout
Mr. John Suisman
Mr. Walter Sullivan
William Sweeney, Esq.
Ms. Sarah Tanner
Mr. Laurence Tanner
Dr. Roger Thrall
Mr. Michael Timura
Mrs. Florence Timura
Mrs. Linda Tomasso
Mr. John E. Turpin
Janet Connolly
Certified Therapeutic
Recreation Specialist,
Sports & Community
Programs Manager
Employee of the Month
February 2010
Mr. Stephen Varga
Mr. Juan Verdu
Mr. Stephen Villanti
Mr. Michael Votto
Dr. John J. Votto, DO
Mr. Daniel F. Wantek
Mr. William J. Watson
Dr. Kevin Watson
Mr. James J. Watson
Christian M. Watson, Esq.
William J. Watson, III, Esq.
Mark D. Watson, MD
James A. Watson, MD
Mrs. Virginia Way
William Weber, Esq.
Mr. Allen Weintraub
Marie A. Wright, PhD
Mary Jane Williams, PhD, RN
Dr. Rafael Wurzel
Mr. Richard Zesk
Mr. Allen Zolty
The Hope Campaign
$500,000+
Lynn and Jim Ricci
Robert Earll McConnell Foundation
Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Scalise
Thomas and Susan Soltis
Howard and Carmen Sosin
$250,000+
Hospital for Special Care Auxiliary James J. Watson
Laurie A. Whelan
Maria Pietrantuono
Sharon S. Yoon, MD
Maureen E. Cremer
Lorraine A. Cullen
Bonny Dahlgren
Karrie Demers
Linda DiDonato
Connie C. Dills
JoAnn Dukeley
Attorney William V. and
Mrs. Norma B. Dworski
$100,000+
$5,000+
Richard and Lauralane Feitel
American Savings Foundation
Doris M. Armstrong
Amy Frey, Michael Schuster,
Gregory and Barbara Howey
Hap and Betty Barnes
Gabriel & Schuyler Frey Schuster
Donald and Gretchen Cyr
Maria D. Gallo
$50,000+
The Gatland Family
Aldo DeDominicis Foundation, Inc. Felicia DeDominicis and Gary
Flynn
Gibbs Wire & Steel Company, Inc.
Community Foundation of Greater
Drs.
Kevin
Felice
and
Nora
Lee
Edward and Victoria Golab
New Britain
Lyle and Pam Feye
Drs. Marcy and Adam Goldstein
David and Sharon Crandall
Joseph and Marilyn Harper
Rita Ellen Grygus
The Downes Family
Pamela Held
Italian American War Veterans of Drs. Martin and Katherine Ill
Stanislaw and Nina Jankowski
Jason and Sarah Jakubowski
the US, Inc.
Walter and Teresa McTague
Nadine Johnson
The McCue Mortgage Company
Anthony and Gail Newman
Kathi and John Karp
Joy and Angelo Tomasso, Jr.
Paul and Lisa Newton
Mr. and Mrs. David King
John and Brenda Votto
Kenneth and Brenda A. NurseMr. Edward Krewalk
Hampton
$20,000+
Linda LaCasse
Peter Webster Painters, Inc.
Steve and Terri Larson and Family
Sally and Ted Carrier
Steven and Alice Prunk
Yannira and Jorge Laviola
Helen P. Cooke, II
Ms. Sitalakshmi L. Rajachandran Andre Leathers
David, Helen and Marian
Drs. Lavanya and Mani Seetharama John M. Letizia, Esq.
Woodward Fund
John and Debbie Stanwood
Downes Construction Company,
Santina Longo
Dr. and Mrs. Roger Thrall
LLC
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lorimer
Dr. and Mrs. Kevin W. Watson
Mr. Rudy Ertl
James and Debra Mahoney
Charles and Allison Whitaker
Howard A. Fromson Foundation,
Michelle and Rick Milczanowski
Elizabeth G. H. Yannello
Inc.
Ms. Kimberly A. Miles
Okay Industries, Inc.
Susan Mitchell
$1,000+
Peridot Foundation, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Mogielnicki
Anonymous
Semac Electrical Company, Inc.
Eneida Moreno
Jeffrey Axt
The Fund for Greater Hartford
Deborah A. Muenchow
Dr. and Mrs. John V. Banta
Webster Bank, NA
Linda A. Mulford
Ms. Cheryl Bartlett
Linda Needham
$10,000+
John and Carolyn Bean
Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Dr. and Mrs. Steven G. Beck
Raymond and Barbara Andrews
O’Shaughnessy
Dottie Bezanson, RN
Barnes Group Foundation, Inc.
Urszula and Stefan Pazdzior
Dawn Blackwell
BlumShapiro
John and Nancy Pelegano
Michael J. Blessing
Rita and Rich Bonczek
People For Prague
Janet B. Bowen
Charles W. Boos
Dr. William and Mrs. Karin Pesce
Raina Brouillet
Geraldine M. Devers
Georgianne and David Pollowitz
Steven and Mary Brown
Terrence K. Donahue, MD
Susan B. Richman, RN, MSN
Eastern Bag and Paper Company Joseph and Elyse Carroll
Robert W. Rosso
Diane R. Chace, Esq.
Carl and Carol Ficks
Archie B. Savage, Jr, PhD
Jennifer Chapin
Victor and Elizabeth Fumiatti
Lily and Jeff Schleppy
Sheila Hogan and Noel Harrington Leslie C. Clark
Gina and William Schuch
Mrs. Katharine Coggshall
Donna C. Lasher
Thomas J. and Maryann Serra
Elizabeth Cooley
Sarah and Samuel Paul
Maximilian E. & Marion O.
Hoffman Foundation, Inc.
The “Hope Campaign” is
the first capital campaign
initiative undertaken by
Hospital for Special Care
in nearly 20 years. The
campaign will increase by
four times the size of the
Outpatient Center to serve
more adults and children on
an ambulatory basis. Among
the clinics to be featured are
spinal cord and brain injury,
neuromuscular disease (ALS
and muscular dystrophy),
physiatry, autism, primary
care for chronic patients and
augmentive communication.
For information on the
campaign, please call Sheila
Hogan at 860.832.6215.
Edythe Sussman
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tokarz
Lynn A. Trask
Judith A. Trzcinski, MEd, MS
Bill and Mary Turley
Joseph and Christine Ulatowski
Stephen and Kim Villanti
Michael J. Vitelli
Daniel F. Wantek
James A. Watson, MD
Mark D. Watson, MD
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Watson
Kim Winter
$500+
Allied Restoration Corporation
Mary Jo Archambault
Howard and Susan Carver
Sarah Castellani
Chandler Architectural Products,
Inc.
James Chiodo
Phyllis A. Chojnowski
Janet Connolly
Roy and Beth Cooper
Susan Coscia
Del Conte, Hyde, Annello &
Schuch, PC
Robert and Mary Ann Ferone
Jeanne Fort
Karen Gackstatter, RN
Marlene Geissler
Michael P. Greaney
Sandra Holzman
David J. Kelly
Karen Lemons Scudder
Frank Maglio
Maximiliano Martinez
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGowan
Walt McManus
Zofia Pawlak
Jaclyn M. Pezzulo
Cheryl Rowe
Paul and Annette Salina
Julio Soto
Dorothy Sowinski
Cheryl A. Williams
Suzanne Wojtowicz
Allen and Laurie Zolty
$250+
A & A Drywall & Acoustics, Inc.
Mary Bhulai-Rowland, RN
Chaplain Karen L. Bixby
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Bocompani, III
Wanda Boria
Anthony A. Bowan
Kenneth J. Carifa, Esq.
Monica Charlam
Marilyn Cronin
Rita Di Mauro
Joann Dinda
Cathie and Patrick Feeney
Linda Firmani
Janice Haesche
Candace Holmes
Per-Erik Johansson
Dennis Johnston, PhD
Erin Kennedy
Tara LaCroix
Karen A. Larson
Erlinda Mendaros
Victoria O. Odesina
Paul and Michelle Peruccio
Jose V. Santiago
Kathleen and Anthony Scavetta
Katherine M. Simonsen
Mr. and Mrs. LaMarr Walton
Mrs. Bernice Zymula
$100+
Joe and Barbara Alfano
Larry Blackwell
Mr. and Mrs. Martin and Lee-Ann
Boatwright
Todd D. Bower
Virginia E. Bray
Linda S. Glovna
Dr. and Mrs. John F. Goodwin
Michael and Dana Hintz
Cheryl Johnson
Georgios Karambinas
Halina Kurczewska
Janina Lagosz
William McGinn
Ms. Darixay McGraw
Janina Orzechowska
JoAnn Page
Sylvia Puzio
Lyn Robinson
Daniel Rodriguez
Ellen Suprynowicz
Maribel Tirado
Marlene A. Trask
Ronald Ustach
Karen Wisniewski
Our Annual Fund Donors April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2011
LEADERSHIP CIRCLE
($2,500+ )
Hospital for Special Care
Foundation is a not-forprofit organization that
raises charitable funds
for the benefit of Hospital
for Special Care, HSC
Community Services, Inc.
and other not-for-profit
members of the “Special
Care Community.”
Foundation gifts come
from a variety of sources,
including annual gifts,
major gifts, bequests and
other planned giving,
capital campaign funding,
public and private grants
and fundraising events.
Your generosity allows
the Foundation to make a
meaningful difference in the
lives of those we serve, and
to further our mission of
“rebuilding lives.”
All Waste, Inc.
The ALS Association, Connecticut
Chapter
Ambulance Service of
Manchester, LLC
American Savings Foundation
Raymond and Barbara Andrews
Anonymous
Auto Donation Depot, Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. John V. Banta
Berlin Lions Club
J. Walton Bissell Foundation, Inc.
BlumShapiro
Charles W. Boos
Janet B. Bowen
Eleanor Bradley†
Mr. Sheldon Bustow
C.M. Smith Agency, Inc.
Cardiopulmonary Corporation
Carmody & Torrance, LLP
ChimeNet, Inc.
Community Chest of New Britain
and Berlin, Inc.
Community Foundation of Greater
New Britain
Connecticut Alliance for Long
Term Care
Helen P. Cooke, II
David and Sharon Crandall
CVS Caremark
Donald and Gretchen Cyr
Felicia DeDominicis, Esq. and
Gary Flynn
Delta Dental of New Jersey
Foundation, Inc.
Geraldine M. Devers
Disney Worldwide Services, Inc.
Terrence K. Donahue, MD
Downes Construction Company,
LLC
The Downes Family
Attorney William V. and Mrs.
Norma B. Dworski
Dr. Anna L. Eckersley-Johnson
Estate of Betty Pacey
Estate of Mary Carrozza
Carol and Carl Ficks
Fisher Foundation, Inc.
Victor and Elizabeth Fumiatti
John Gilbert
Mrs. Marion R. Gossling†
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Gossling
Greater Hartford Jaycees
Foundation
Hartford Foundation for Public
Giving
William J. Higgins
Sheila Hogan and Noel
Harrington
Estate of Charles D. Hoskin
Hospital for Special Care
Auxiliary
Gregory and Barbara Howey
Hudson Seating & Mobility
Kaestle Boos Associates, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Kaman†
Joseph and Anne Krar
LEGO Children’s Fund
Levindale Hebrew Geriatric
Center and Hospital
Lincoln Financial Group
James Mahoney
Brenda Hanson
Certified Nurses Assistant
Employee of the Month
December 2010
Manafort Family Foundation, Inc.
Mason, Inc.
Dr. James Massi
Paul A. and Maria T. Messier
Norman and Phyllis Newhall
Newman’s Own Foundation
Okay Industries, Inc.
Sarah and Samuel Paul
Dr. William and Mrs. Karin Pesce
Petit Family Foundation
Maria Pietrantuono
Jane Potkin
Pratt & Whitney
Lynn and Jim Ricci
Robinson & Cole
Ronald McDonald Charities of
CT & Western MA
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Rotary Club of New Britain Berlin, Inc.
SEI Investments
Ms. Nina M. Serafino
Elizabeth Smith
Starlight Starbright Children’s
Foundation, NY, NJ, CT
State of Connecticut Department
of Social Services
TD Bank Charitable Foundation
The Tolland Fund
Michael and Florence Timura
Joy and Angelo Tomasso, Jr.
United Jewish Foundation of
Metropolitan Detroit
United Way of Central and
Northeastern Connecticut
John and Brenda Votto
James J. Watson
Webster Bank, NA
Laurie A. Whelan
Willis of CT, LLC
Dr. Marie Wright
FOUNDERS
ASSOCIATION
($1,000+)
Aetna Life & Casualty
Christopher J. and Barbara Aiudi
Allscripts
John and Emma Amodio
Stephen J. Anderson
Anonymous
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of CT
Charles and Lee Ann Arcangelo
Elizabeth K. Avery
David and Jane Axelby
Bradlee A. Benn
Mr. Robert S. Bocwinski
Rita and Rich Bonczek
Thomas Bugliari
Mrs. Rebecca Caldwell
Mr. Frank Carlozzi
CenConn Services Incorporated
Central Connecticut Rehabilitation
Medical Group
Diane R. Chace, Esq.
Leslie C. Clark
Judge Walter A. Clebowicz
Connecticut General Life
Insurance Company
Dr. Robert W. Cornell†
William R. Davis, Esq.
Ami A. Desai
Connie C. Dills
Distinctive Directories, LLC
Eastern Rehabilitation Network
Norman E.W. and Barbara J.
Erickson
Scott and Kim Fanning
Laurence P. Fleming
Howard and Sandra Fromson
Mrs. Mary B. Gaffney
Neil Garland
Dr. Michael G. Genovesi
Charles Wayne Gibbs
Linda S. Glovna
Rita Ellen Grygus
Halloran & Sage, LLP
Brenda Hanson
Joanne Havelevitch
Pamela Held
Nicole J. Herbst
Mr. Fred M. Hollfelder
Kathleen Hopko
Thomas and Raquel Hutton
Iatric Systems, Inc.
Earl Iffland
Jackson Lewis, LLP
Stanislaw and Nina Jankowski
Jorden Burt, LLP
Ms. Pamela Kalisz
David and Lisa King
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Larson
Donna C. Lasher
Yannira and Jorge Laviola
Law Office of Kevin C. Ferry, LLC
Nancy LeRoy
Ira and Barbara Levin
Lucy Maher-Liska
Janet Manyak
Joanne U. Marshall
The McCue Mortgage Company
McDonald Family Trust
Our Annual Fund Donors April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2011
Founders Association (continued)
Ms. Linda Mulford
National Junior Wheelchair
Athletes’ Fund
New England Home Care
Anthony and Gail Newman
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Newton
Kenneth and Brenda A. NurseHampton
Olga Sipolin Children’s Fund
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Phillips
Georgianne and David Pollowitz
Steven and Alice Prunk
RBC Capital Markets
Gerard and Diane Roy
Sabre, Inc.
Sam Schmidt Paralysis
Foundation
Susan M. Sanders
Ms. Nina Santini
Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Scalise
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schaller, Jr.
Lily Ann Schleppy
Drs. Lavanya and Mani
Seetharama
Marion Sgroi-Varano
Ruth B. Shine
Thomas and Susan Soltis
Stanley Seniors Charitable
Foundation, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Stanton
John and Debbie Stanwood
Suburban Office Furniture
Tom and Ann Sweeney
The Swindells Charitable
Foundation
June Taraschuk
Kimberly Brunnock
Occupational Therapist
Employee of the Month
June 2010
Dr. and Mrs. Roger Thrall
Lori Tripp
Joseph and Christine Ulatowski
Universal Stamp & Coin, LLC
The VF Foundation
Jack and Betsy Waller
Dr. and Mrs. Kevin W. Watson
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Watson
In Honor of Dr. and Mrs.
William J. Watson
William and Alice Mortensen
Foundation
Suzanne Wojtowicz
Workers’ Compensation Trust
Robert and Ann Yolles
Sharon S. Yoon, MD
Allen and Laurie Zolty
PRESIDENTS COUNCIL
($500+)
ABCO Wholesale Distributors,
LLC
Mervet M. Abou-ElKair, MD
Advocates Law Firm, LLC
Gloria Amenta
Peter Antonelli and Carol Malicki
Stephen and Marie Aparo
Jeffrey Axt
Ms. Diane Barillaro
Hap and Betty Barnes
Cheryl Bartlett
Nicole Bassett
Stephanie Beck
Timothy Belliveau, PhD
Dr. and Mrs. Abraham Bernstein
Chaplain Karen L. Bixby
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Bocompani, III
Michael Boutot
Raina Brouillet
Steven and Mary Brown
Nancy Brush
Mr. and Mrs. William Burns
Antone B. Capitao, PhD
Joseph and Elyse Carroll
Sarah Castellani
Matthew Catalano
Allison Cayon
CCSU Foundation, Inc.
Judith A. Chace
Ms. Manon-Lu Christ
Civitan Club of Middletown, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Clarke
Janet Connolly
Kristin Connors
Roy and Beth Cooper
Ms. Deborah Cunningham
Virginia W. Cushing
Dawn Cyr
Robert and Sheila Daniels
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Dehm
Diclemente Mocadlo & Associates
Gary F. Dornbush
JoAnn Dukeley
Eastern Bag and Paper Company
Joseph R. Ertl
Mr. Rudy Ertl
Essex Capital Advisors, LLC
Charlene M. Faselle
Richard and Lauralane Feitel
Finn Dixon & Herling, LLP
Amy Frey, Michael Schuster,
Gabriel & Schuyler Frey
Schuster
Maria D. Gallo
Susan Gordon Gates
Janet S. Gochberg
Edward and Victoria Golab
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Gorneault
Charles and Eileen Gotta
Cheryl Grace
Donald and Susan Grayson
Janice Haesche
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Harrison
Richard Hart
Hartford Urology Group, PC
Kevin and Amy Hickey
Ms. Dana Hintz
Ms. Alice Hubbell
Ronald Jablonski
Jason and Sarah Jakubowski
John Watts Associates, Inc.
Mr. Harold Johndrow, Jr.
Cheryl Johnson
Dennis Johnston, PhD
Elizabeth T. Kalinowski
Kathi and John Karp
Kathleen and John Keyser
Mr. Anthony J. Labato
Linda LaCasse
Marilyn and Timothy Lagano
Ms. Shelley Lavigne
Lisa Lavoie
Mr. and Mrs. Elphege LeBrun
Karen Lemons Scudder
Letizia, Ambrose & Falls, PC
Brent and Nancy Leveille
Robin Levitt
Laurie Lister
LTC Construction Company, Inc.
Maura T. Majeski
Dr. Julian and Mrs. Lucille
Mandell
Mrs. Janina Masternak
Bob and Jacqueline Maxon
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald V. McAuliffe
Ms. Kathryn A. McBreen
Ms. Janice McClutchy
William and Melanie McCue
William McGinn
Red and Anne McKinney
Walter McManus
Ms. Erlinda Mendaros
Ms. Kimberly A. Miles
Susan Mitchell
Elizabeth Molumphy
Ms. Sandra Monagas
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Morach
Kathy and Jon Morgan
Deborah A. Muenchow
Robert A. Mugford
James R. Murphy, Esq.
John and Mary Murphy
John and Ann Murray
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Napoletano
National Spinal Cord Injury
Association, CT Chapter
Linda Needham
Mr. and Mrs. Norman
O’Shaughnessy
Sandi Pelkey
Phoenix Foundation
Donna Reinholdt
Ride-Away Handicap Equipment
Corp.
Charles and Cynthia Riordan
Ms. Leida Roman
Rushford Center
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ruta
Peter P. Ryiz, DDS, MAGD
Saint Francis Hospital and
Medical Center
Kimberly Santoro
Archie B. Savage, Jr, PhD
Jerry and Marlene Scharr
Colin Schlank
Gina and William Schuch
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Seeley
Joseph C. and Marie M. Serra
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Sidlik
Robert and Janeace Slifka
Melissa E. Sokolik
Ms. Dorothy Sowinski
Spring Brook Ice and Fuel
Service, Inc.
Ms. Tanya H. Steers
The Honorable and Mrs. Timothy
Stewart
Robert and Lilyan Stone
Mr. Teddy Sznaj
Mr. Bruce G. Taylor
Jeanne Thomas
Ms. Hollis Thrower
Tobii Assistive Technology, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tokarz
Cherina Shivers
Certified Nurses Assistant
Employee of the Month
March 2010
Our Annual Fund Donors April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2011
Presidents Council (continued)
Total Laundry Collaborative
Ms. Linda Trigilio
Tri-Star Industries, Inc.
Judith A. Trzcinski, MEd, MS
Bill and Mary Turley
Cheryl Vehs
The Vein Center at Grove Hill
Medical Center, PC
Charles and Allison Whitaker
Kimberly J. Wishart
Christine Witham
Mr. James Wrobel
Youth Tennis Foundation of New
England
Robert and Susan Yudkin
Yolanta Zaba
BENEFACTORS GUILD
($250+)
A&A Office Systems, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Abrahamian
AFLAC
Robert P. Amenta
Ms. Janice Anderson
Margaret L. Anderson-Murphy
Dr. and Mrs. John W. Andreoli, Jr.
Jane and Anthony Angelillo
Anonymous
Patricia S. Avitable
Paula E. Bacolini
Bank of America
John and Carolyn Bean
Dr. Joseph Belkin
Louise P. Belkin
Katherine Benson
Berlin Polish Political Club, Inc.
Dawn Blackwell
Mr. and Mrs. Martin and Lee-Ann
Boatwright
Genevieve Bogdanski
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Bonola
Ms. Marie M. Bouchard
Ms. Carol A. Bowen
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Bowen
Brendan J. Kennedy & Associates
Ms. Elizabeth Briganti
Roderick and Sara Brown
Kimberly Brunnock
Christopher and Teresa Bukowski
Joseph and Nancy Cabanas
Ms. Kim E. Campbell
Mr. Wilbur Cannon
Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Carabetta
Ms. Francine H. Carrier
Michael and Rita Carrier
Dr. John Cavo, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Chieka
Mrs. Katherine Coggshall
Ms. Margaret Collins
Connecticut Equine Clinic
Elizabeth Cooley
Roy Cooper
Susan Coscia
Ms. Jane Coyle
Maureen E. Cremer
Ms. Marlene Crespo
Lorraine A. Cullen
Karen Cuneo
Edward Curley
Ms. Anna Cyr
Margaret Dahlberg
Bonny Dahlgren
Marguerite W. DeDapper
Nicole Bassett
Pharmacist
Employee of the Month
December 2009
Enzo and Franca DeDominicis
Del Conte, Hyde, Annello &
Schuch, PC
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Demaida
Karrie Demers
Mary Jane Descoteaux
Joann Dinda
Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Diters
Mr. David Donoghue
Donovan Slone & Guthrie, Inc.
Donwell Company, Inc.
Richard and Michele Dreiss
Marjorie A. Eller
Emerging Health Information
Technology
William and Bonnie Evans
Frank and Peggy Facciolo
Farrell Funeral Home
Mr. and Mrs. William Farrell, Jr.
Ms. Catherine Feeney
Philip and Shirley Ferraro
Jeanne Fort
Raymond Franko
Richard J. Fredericks
Attorney Patricia J. Friedle
Karen Gackstatter, RN
Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Gajewski
Elaine B. Gale
Verna Galka
James Gardiner
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Garro
Patrick J. Garvey
Ginger M. Glovna
Drs. Marcy and Adam Goldstein
Andrew and Lois Golian
Thomas and Heather Grant
Michael P. Greaney
Miriam Greenberg
Grove Hill Medical Center
Dr. Prashant Grover
Renee C. Guilmette
Karen and Jason Gworek
Dyon Harris
Heirloom Restaurant Group, LLC
Stephen and Mary Hellman
Hill-Rom Company
Loretta Holcomb
Mr. Gary W. Hults
Joanne M. Humen
Daniel A. Hurley, III
Drs. Martin and Katherine Ill
Thomas and Ella James
John P. Jarosz
Dr. Richard and Mrs. Nancy Judd
Ms. Bozena Jurczewski
Ms. Valerie Kane
Ellen M. Kates
Judith and Robert Kelley
David J. Kelly
Brendan J. Kennedy
Mr. and Mrs. John C. King
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Klaneski
Wanda Klecha
Robert and Janet Knaus
Judith Kostrzewa
Ms. Florence Kragiel
Pamela LaBarre†
JoAnn LaFlamme
Ms. Maryann Lagocki
Susan Lapico
Steve and Terri Larson and Family
Cynthia G. Lee
Diana Lee
Virginia Lentini
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Loiacono
Santina Longo
Erin Looby
Rick and Nicole Lugli
Patricia and Francis Maerz
Frank Maglio
Richard Mains and Elizabeth
Eipper
May Majocha
Mark Maglio Design
Ms. Nelly Marquez
Maximiliano Martinez
Ms. Alla Mauer
Barbara Maule
Ms. Darixay McGraw
Julie McMahon
Walter and Teresa McTague
Kelly Mercer, RN
Middletown Police Benefit
Association
Middletown Police Union
Cheryl Mittica
Ronald and Lynn Mocadlo
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Mogielnicki
Richard and Jadwiga Moore
Michelle M. Moss
Julie A. Nelson
Wanda W. Newman
Albert G. Nieman
Laurie Nolan
North East Expos, Inc.
JoAnn Page
John F. and Carol J. Parda
Paul E. Smith Insurance, LLC
Stefan and Urszula Pazdzior
Madeline V. Pazzani
Rauliberto Perez
Richard G. Perreault
Paul and Michelle Peruccio
Ms. Patricia Perugini
Phil and Shirley Pessina
Peter Webster Painters, Inc.
Sandra Petrone
Ms. Susan Pina
Robin Pisecki
Michael and Diane Pohorylo
John and Marie Quattrocchi
Sarah Ranno
Clifford and Gail Reglinski
Reid & Riege Foundation
Dr. and Mrs. Allan B. Reiskin
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey E. Reut
Mr. Jorge L. Rivera
Mrs. Catharine M. Rogers
Rogin Nassau, LLC Attorneys at
Law
Robert W. Rosso
Ms. Liduvina Salgado
Paul and Annette Salina
Angelo and Tina Sapia
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Scheer
Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Schreiner
Willard C. Schulte
Ms. Lorraine Semnoski
Robin and Tom Sharp
Patricia Sheehan
Daniel R. Simao
Elaine Simms-Walton
Katherine M. Simonsen
The Simsbury Bank
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Sirop
Samuel Smith
Dr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Smith
Mr. Julio Soto
Donna and Samuel Stout
Stroudwater Capital, LLC
Ellen Suprynowicz
Edythe Sussman
T. Frank and Jane Sweeney
Takeform Architectural Graphics
Ms. Sandra Lee Taricani
Russell and Janice Tew
Our Annual Fund Donors April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2011
Benefactors Guild (continued)
The Real Estate Exchange
George Thomas
Maribel Tirado
Tomasso Brothers, Inc.
Nancy Tomasso and Family
Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Truscinski
Ronald Ustach
Linda Van Beveren
Stephen and Mary Ann Varga
Carolyn Viveiros
Christine Vogt
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Wagoner
Christian M. Watson, Esq.
Mark D. Watson, MD
Mr. William J. Watson, Jr., Esq.
G. Ingrid Wedman
Ms. Jeanette White
Margaret P. White
Dr. and Mrs. John J. Widlak
Michelle Wilcox
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Wilson
Kim Winter
Anne Wojskowicz
Woman’s Club of New Britain
Ann Yacovino
Elizabeth Yannello
Mr. Joseph E. Zakrzewski
Bruno Zavarella and Jerrilyn Tufts
Alexander and Adrienne
Ziemkiewicz
Diane and Richard Zito
Deborah Zyrkowski
CENTURY CLUB
($100+)
4Biz Group, LLC
Abbott Laboratories
William and Agnes Ackerman
Acme Monaco Corporation
Bradford and Susan Adley
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Robert
Adzima
Lisa D. Aglieco
Jacqueline Aguilar
Ms. Kara E. Albee
Robert Alexander
Ms. Vivian Almario
David Amenta
Ms. Tina Andersen
Evelyn R. Anderson
Stephen J. Anderson
Ross and Lorraine Andrew
Barbara Andrews
Araya Chiropractic Wellness
Center
Arch Chemicals, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Archacki,
Sr.
Doris M. Armstrong
Edwin and Virginia Atkins
Auto-Heaven, LLC
Automotive Connection, LLC
Barnes Group Foundation, Inc.
Anne Bartosewicz-Mele
Sheila Basquil
Judith Baston
Ms. Kerry-Ann Batson
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Beaulieu
Peter and Nancy Berdon
Jeffrey C. Bergren
Mary Bhulai-Rowland
John Bigley
Ms. Eileen Bilodeau
James E. Blum
Jody and Christy Blumberg
Bobil, Inc.
Walter J. Boland
Ellen Bompane
Jane Booker
Wes and Kimberly Bookstaver
Rebecca Borello
Ms. Wanda Boria
Anthony A. Bowan
Todd D. Bower
Michael and Jacqueline Boyle
Reuben and Arvett Bradford
Andrea F. Brandl
Andrew and Carol Breault
Bristol Public Schools - Northeast
School
Harry P. Broom, Jr.
Donald Brown†
Joyce and Harold Buckingham
Irene L. Buden
Bud’s Cafe
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery R. Buell
Charles and Kristen Bullock
Owen and Diana Burby
John and Diane Burg
Mrs. Eileen Buys
Dr. and Mrs. Peter D. Byeff
Mr. Gary Byrnes and Ms. Patricia
Godomski
John and Marla Byrnes
Joseph and Marie Cabanas
Philip Cacciola
Keith Campagna
Catherine L. Cannon
Cantora Records
Joseph and Deborah Capone
Michael and Ronna Capozzi
Robert Carangelo, MD
Emma and Cosmo Carlone
Joan M. Carpenter
Richard and Patricia Carpenter
Catherine M. Carter
The Casola Family
Constance Castillo
Marianne Cavalieri
Fred A. Cazel
Helen G. Chaloux
Jennifer Chant
Wilbur and Carole Charette
Monica Charlam
Robert and Irene Chesek
James Chiodo
William Cholawa
Kim Cifone
Gregory Cimmino
David C. Clark
James and Sandra Clark
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Clark
Thomas Clinch
Madeline and Keith Coakley
Colby Direct Delivery
Robert and Dorothy Cole
Robert and Joyce Condron
Connecticut Gastroenterology
Consultants, PC
Marie L. Connors
William J. Controvillas, Sr.
Sharon Cormier and Arnold
Fessenden, Jr.
Holly W. Cornell
Amanda D. Costello
Marilyn Cronin
Edward and Mary Ellen
Cunningham
CYM Youth Group
Edward and Susan Dabkowski
Marc D’Agostino
Victoria Dagostino
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Dahill, Jr.
Claire K. Dalidowitz
Laleigh Damiani
Ms. Jean Daniel
Eric Daniels
Mark and Bianca Daniels
The DeBlois Family
Sylvia Ann Debo
Ms. Shirley A. Deloy
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Denuzze
Deborah DeVivo
Mrs. Rita Di Mauro
Redo and Diane DiGregorio
Virginia DiLoreto-Zizzamia
Maria DiMeo and Family
Ms. Jeanette Domuraki
Ms. Patricia R. Dorsey
Jed Drake
Robert Drewry
Irene A. DuBois
Mr. and Mrs. Rene DuBois
Joseph and Jacqueline Dugas
Ekris Cable Company, Inc.
Elkinson & Sloves
Normand and Nancy Emond
John G. Errico
Esico-Triton
Kristen Falls
Ann Marie S. Faucher
Dr. and Mrs. David S. Fearon
Nancy A. Federkiewicz
Drs. Kevin Felice and Nora Lee
Patricia Y. Fennessy
Mr. Richard Ferland
Robert and Mary Ann Ferone
Linda Firmani
Dr. John Fitzsimmons
Joyce Formeister
Richard and Trudianne Formica
Vincent and Joan Forte
Mr. John Frazer
Ellen Frederick
Raymond and Janice Frick
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Friedman
Linda Frigon and Joseph
Kulowiec
Michael N. Fulco, PhD
Joseph and Monica Fusaro
Wendy Papallo
Assistant Child Care Teacher
Employee of the Month
July 2010
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gagliardi
Dr. and Mr. Pamela B. Gallagher
Mr. and Mrs. Neil W. Garbatini
Mark and Kathleen Garlasco
Robert and Leonette Gaulzetti
Jeffrey A. Gebrian
Marlene Geissler
Judith M. Gentile
Donatantonio and Dolores Gerardi
Mr. Paul Gianaris
Sophie B. Gianninoto†
Mrs. Florence W. Gillette
William D. Gombatz
Steven and Tina Gomes
Henry and Kimberly Gonder
Mrs. Jennie H. Gorra
The Green Machine Inc.
Marie S. Gustin, PhD
Ms. Margaret Hackney
Mr. Richard Hadden
Our Annual Fund Donors April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2011
Century Club (continued)
Marion and Michael Halloran
Clifford Hamilton
Mr. Peter V. Hansen
Susan Hansen
Archie and Norma Harris
Roland S. Harris, Jr.
Hartford Veterinary Hospital
Diane G. Hay
Virginia Hehl
Robert W. Heleniak, Sr.
Heroes Grill & Bar
Susan W. Hight
Solomon and Shirley Hirsch
Kenneth and Virginia Hofford
Maureen F. Hollfelder
Catherine C. Holmes
Michael Hostetter, Sr.
Howard and McMillan
Douglas and Sharyn Howell
Mr. and Mrs. Kimball Hunt
Jacob Hunter
Illiano’s Ristorante & Pizzeria
Institutional Investment
Consulting
Irving Levine Automotive
Distributors, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. George Iskra
IT Event
Gladys and Rudy Itzek
Cheryl Jackson
Barry G. Jacobs, MD
Eric and Barbara Jacobson
Steven and Jacqueline Jacoby
Jay Sons Screw Machine
Products, Inc.
Robert E. Jean
David and Lynn Johnson
Mrs. Nancy L. Johnson
Beverly D. Jones
Tracey Kamenash
Kimberly Kann
Roger and Elaine Karabin
Georgios Karambinas
Valarie K. Karp
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Kasprzyk
Jeffrey and Lori Kastner
Marie and John Kean
The Keeney Manufacturing Co.
Ms. Kathleen Kelley
Wendy S. Kellner, MD
James J. Kelly
Jane C. Kennedy
Helen Kenney
Charles and Janet Kepner
Ms. Ornella Kilduff
Beverly A. Kingsley
Brian Kingsley
Christopher and Maureen Kiniry
Krystyna Kirej
Kiwanis Club of New Britain
Donald and Laurel Klepacki
Kenneth and Anne Klopfer
Peter and Jane Knaus
Ann Parmelee
Registered Respiratory
Therapist
Employee of the Month
September 2010
Roger and Susan Knox
Christine Knudsen
Helen C. Koenig
Kenneth and Penny Kollmeyer
Kosiba Farrier Services, Inc.
Stan J. Kosloski
Ms. Christie Kowalczyk
Chester E. Kowalski, DMD
Kozak and Salina, LLC
Edward and Janet Kozlowski
Mrs. Marilyn C. Kraczkowsky
Mrs. Grazyna Kudela
Stella E. Kulagowski
Tara LaCroix
Barbara E. Lanier
Janis R. Latham
Ms. Pamela Lavery
Ms. Mary Lawlor
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Lawrence
Anthony and Mary Lazzaro
Andre Leathers
Adrien and Rita LeClerc
William and Cynthia Lee
Mrs. Rosanne Leigh and Family
John M. Letizia, Esq.
George and Anne Leveille
William C. Lichtenfels
Dona O. Lind
Guy and Shari Lindsay
Brenda M. Lister
Ann Logan
Ralph and Henrietta Lopriore
Dora S. Loutrel†
Frank and Maureen Lowe
Ms. Diana Luciano
Gloria Ludwig
Christine K. Lundy
Donna Lyles
David F. Machell, MD
Magdefrau, Renner &
Ciaffaglione, LLC
Roger and Judith Mahieu
Frederick and Kathryn Mahoney
Mr. Paul J. Manafort, Sr.
David and Cyndi Mardis
Mr. Jeffrey P. Margentino
Charlene Martin
Paul and Elinor Martinook
Jacquelyn Mascolo
Mr. Andrew Maslanicz
Mrs. Margaret Matthews†
Patricia Maule
Jane P. Maxwell
Mary-Elizabeth Mazurosky
Meghan McCaffrey
Teresa McDonald
Mr. and Mrs. Donald McEnaney
Ronald and Priscilla McKay
Michael and Valerie McKeever
Adam McLaughlin
Mary McQuillan
Mr. Loel Meckel
John G. Medvec, Jr.
John E. Melecsinsky
Elaine and David Mello
Mrs. Vincent Mercadante, Sr.
Mercy High School
Harry and Mary Meyer
Richard and Regina Mildrum
Douglas and Susan Miller
Elmer and Joanne Miller
Rebecca S. Miller
Mr. Richard W. Miller
Richard Millerick
Milliman, Inc.
Monsignor Bojnowski Manor, Inc.
Moore, O’Brien, Jacques & Yelenak
Dean Morgan
Ms. Stacy Morgan-Lohman
William A. Morse†
Robert and Catherine Mosey
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Muirhead
Charles and Mary Mullaney
David and Judith Mullany
Fred Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Murphy, Jr.
Irena D. Murray
Natalie and Don Muscaro
Caroline M. Nadeau
National Italian American
Foundation
Robert J. Negri
Eugene and Natalie Neri
New Britain Dental Society
New Britain Police Union
Novena F. Newman
Mary Lynn Newport
Thomas R. Nielson
Barry A. Nitzberg
Martin and Pamela Noreika
Susan A. Norkus
Katie Joly
Certified Therapeutic
Recreation Specialist
Employee of the Month
January 2010
North Mianus Bulldogs Inc.
Northeast Utilities
Robert and Molly Nottage
Raelynn Nowak
Maria Nunes
Nutmeg Pastel Artist Guild
John and Carol O’Connell
Victoria O. Odesina
Dr. Jacob and Mrs. Charlotte
Ohanesian
L.R. and Dorothy O’Hearon
Mr. and Mrs. John O’Reilly
The Orr Family
Jeanne R. Ota
Cecile Ouellett
Padula Institute of Vision
Rehabilitation, LLC
Jay Page and Linda Freeman
Domenic Papa
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F.
Pappalardo
Ms. Rita Parisi
Thomas and Julia Parker
Ms. Ann Parmalee
Mrs. Helen Parzyck
Meagan Paskov
Ms. Zofia Pawlak
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pegolo
James and Geraldine Pelegano
John and Nancy Pelegano
Allan R. Penda
Pattie Peoples
Perkins Travel Corp.
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Petit, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pettengill
Janet P. Phelan
William and Carolyn Phillips
Patricia A. Pickering
Thomas P. Piekara
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pires
Barbara and Robert Podstawski
Anna and Bohdan Pokora
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Policastro
Maria M. Poole
Mrs. Florinda Portal
Our Annual Fund Donors April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2011
Century Club (continued)
Ms. Katrina Prevo
Progressive Insurance Foundation
Kenneth J. Provost
Henryka Przybyla
Sylvia Puzio
R.D. Clark & Sons, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Reindl, Jr.
George and Dorothy Reule
Rhoda and David Chase Family
Foundation, Inc.
Thomas B. Richardson, Jr.
Ms. Phyllis C. Riddick
Arthur and Ilene Rindfleisch
Mrs. Nancy Ringrose
Charles and Elizabeth Rival
Donna and Robert Roberts
Daniel Rodriguez
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Roman
Thomas G. Ronalter
Rebecca Rosario
Christine B. Rose
Harold and Jane Rosen
Philip and Lois Rosen
Dr. Michael Roth and
Ms. Kari Weil
Rubenstein Supply Company
Christopher Rupp
Frances V. Russell
Peter and Elizabeth Russell
Salmon Brook Veterinary Hospital
Louis and Dorothy Salvio
Bozena Samsel
Gloria Sanders
Mr. Salvatore P. Santacroce
Ms. Lubelia Santiago
Stacey S. Sarlo
Thomas J. and Jude J. Satalino
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Seiler
Mr. John T. Scanlon
Kathleen and Anthony Scavetta
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schaller, Sr.
Marvin and Barbara Schancupp
Richard Scheuch
Ms. Shirley Schienman
Michael E. Schroeder
Lester and Pauline Schulte
Anthony Scierka
Leroy and Audrey Seaton
Sharon Selinga-Rewenko
Meaghan M. Sengle
Mrs. Donna L. Seremet
Gene and Janice Sessamen
Mr. Benjamin Sevitch
Anne T. Shafer
Nanette and Phillip Shafer
Farid F. Shafik, MD
Jannie B. Shapiro
Richard and Gitte Shea
Thomas and Diane Sheard
Y.L. Shih
Donald P. Simek
P.H. Simmons
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Sinsigalli, Jr.
Sisters - Manor Convent
Hyla and Harry Sklar
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Slusz
Mary Smyth
Mrs. Kathleen Soares
Derrick and Dorothy Solla
Karen L. Spencer
Gerri and George Springer
Donald A. Stanavage
Rhoda N. Steinberg
Jerome and Geraldine Stien
Reverend Janet L. Stoddard
Story Brothers, Inc.
Kenneth C. and Doris H. Streeter
Mr. John Suisman
Violet S. Sukhu
Randy Sultini
Karen Summit
Richard and Maureen Sylvester
Jacalyn Szarkowicz-Nair
Chester and Helen Talalaj
Larry and Jan Tanner
Judge Lois Tanzer and Dr. Jason
Tanzer
Corinne E. Tawa
Ms. Kathy Taylor
Charles and Carol Terry
The Bank of New York Mellon
Robert L. Theriault
Ms. Joanne Thibault
Philip and Joan Thomas
Concetta Jennie Thrall†
Robert W. Thureson, Jr.
Mr. Gary Timura
Marlene Trask
Jacquelyne Trieber
Trust Company of Connecticut
Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Turner
Tyler Equipment Corporation
UBS
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Valenti
Joanne B. Vannuccini
Raymond and Susan Venberg
Victory Energy Solutions
Stephen and Kim Villanti
Doug and Sylvia Virgilio
Michael and Anne Vitelli
Zoanne Vollono
Mark and Kimberly Walker
Steve Walsh
Barbara Waskowitz
Ken and Linda Wasserman
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Weinberg
Gwen and Lindsley Wellman
James F. Wellman
Erin A. Wells
Thomas and Geraldine Wells
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Welsh
Arthur and Jane Weston
Whelen Engineering Company,
Inc.
Homer and Leslie White
Mary K. White
Whittlesey & Hadley, PC
Mary Beth Willmore
John and Susan Willson
Ann H. Wilmer
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wojcicki
Jerald and Ann Marie
Wojsnarowicz
Mrs. Helen D. Wrobel
Rafael S. and Lois Gitlin Wurzel
Ms. Catherine M. Wynne
Jennifer Yates
Willard and Delores Yeats
Mrs. Jean P. Young
Christine Zahniser
Ms. Doris Zakrzewski
Lyle and Marcia Zuckerman
GIFTS IN HONOR
The following individuals were
recognized through a “gift in
honor.” We celebrate their unique
relationship with Hospital for
Special Care.
April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2011
Charlotte Alofsin
John Amodio
Steven Anderson
Raymond and Barbara Andrews
Bruce Barlow
Robert Borello
Janet B. Bowen
Mary Bristol
Edythe M. Brushie
Adella O. Bryant
Peter Brzezicki
Thomas Bugliari
Emma Carlone
Our children, Benjamin and
Andrew Carroll
Donald Chaffee
Marilyn M. Cronin
Geraldine M. Devers
Lynne Dixon
William Dowling
Archie and Kim Fanning
Rosa Fazzino
Dr. Kevin Felice
Carl R. Ficks
Amy L. Frey
Matthew Gaudio
Mark Gaulzetti
Marlene Geissler
The Gianninoto Family
Marry, Adam, Alyssa and
Rebekah Goldstein
The Engineering Department, Employees of the Month, October 2009
At top, from left: Linda Mulford, Martin (Marty) Thibault, Giovanni Zappulla, Marian Rewa, Stefan Pazdzior, Delmer (Del) Cyr, Marlene
Geissler, Daniel (Dan) Wantek, Richard (Rick) Fredericks, Richard (Rich) Potter, and James (Jim) Chiodo.
Seated, from left: Kevin Cyr, Dante (Dan) Marino, Tecle Woldemariam, William (Bill) Burns, Mark Siedsma and William (Bill) McGinn.
Our Annual Fund Donors April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2011
Gifts in Honor (continued)
Mark Guimond
Janet Hall
Scott Hartung
William J. Higgins
Gregory B. Howey
HSC Therapeutic Recreation Staff
David Hults
Dr. Katherine Ill
Joan R. Jarosz
Larry and Loretta Johnson
Carl Joseph
Kathi J. Karp
Judith G. Kelley
Anne M. Kinder
Raymond Kinsella
Ladies in the Little Store
Family of Terri and Steve Larson
Lux and Forgette Families
Edward Maccio
Michael D. Maccio
Amy Mandell
Dr. Julian and Mrs. Lucille
Mandell
Michelle Misiti
Todd Mona
William Moss
Joseph Murphy
Gail T. Newman
Maria Nunes
Kathy Owens
Daniel Perreault
Richard Pullen
William Rastelli
Arthur W. Rindfleisch
Charles C. Riordan
John Riordan
Donald A. Rissmiller
Colleen Rock
Mary Scharf
Gabriel and Schuyler Frey
Schuster
Nateasa Scott
Christopher P. Serra
Randy Sultini
Mark Tartaglia
David Taylor
Emily Taylor
The Thumbs Up Foundation
Ann Urbanowicz
Victor I. Urbanowicz
Julius Wachtel
William J. Watson
Morris Wekar
Mary Ellen Welsh
Audrey White
Holly Wiezalis
Joann Wilson
Robert B. Wilson
Ann Yacovino
Ann S. Yolles
Stanley Zagurski
Allen Zolty
Robbin Yoerkie
Service Line Associate
Employee of the Month
September 2009
GIFTS IN MEMORY
The following individuals were
recognized by memorial gifts.
April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2011
Sheila Adzima
Allan R. Albino
Ruth Anderson
Lisa Angelini
Elizabeth L. Archacki
Gaetana Attenello
Anne Audet
Raymond Augustine
Bernadine Axt
Elizabeth G. Ayer
Kaye Ayer
Michelle F. Barrows
James Battisto
Casey Beaupre
James S. Belanger
Margery Belkin
Suzette Benn
Leonard Bielert
Marian J. Biernacki
Henry C. Biskupiak
Nellie Bocwinski
Stanley Bocwinski
Gladys Boland
Ersilia S. Bonola
Joseph Bonola
Anthony Bosco
Harold F. Bosco
Frederick O. Bouffard
Bowan Family Members
William and Cecilia Bowen
George H. Bray
Virginia Bray
William J. Bray
Madeline Breihof
Katherine Brouillet
Chester Buccheri
Joyce Burgess
Nancy A. Caccavale
Debra Campagna
Annie B. Cannata
Carlo Carlozzi
John D. Castellani
Janina Charlam
Jeffrey Charnick
Charles Cipolla
Jean and Harold Clarke
Daswell Hugh Cohen
Mary M. Conant
William Condren
Henry L. Connor
Jane Conroy
Dr. Robert W. Cornell
Jane E. Cozzolino
Melvin Crowe
Florence Cunningham
John Cushing
Doris L. Dada
Ronald H. Dahlgren
Paul and Evelyn Dander
Maria D’Anna
William E. Decker
Joyce DeDapper
Arlene DelBiondo
Mark L. Delohery
Aline DesJardin
Jeng Detovdom
Hilda M. Dewhurst
W. Robert Diehl
Mustafa K. Diktas
Lynne Dixon
Elizabeth Donlon
Rachel Dorval
Ann C. Downes
Mary C. Drzata
Anna and Joseph Dukeley
Genevieve Dunbar
Bartholomew Dunn
Robert Dyer
Norma Ehle
Laurel Eisner
Steve Eza
Joseph Facciolo
Rosa Fazzino
Matthew J. Feye
Lori Fisher
Eugene J. Flematti
Eva Fossum
Axel Francischini
Marie Franko
Raymond Gagliardone
Mary P. Gamache
Mark Gaulzetti
Elizabeth Godbout
Eva F. Goldstein
Leone Gorneault
Sylvia Gottesmann
Shirley Gross
Norman Hardrick
Jared Hass
Kathleen Healy
Charlotte Horton
Eleanor C. Jersey
Beatrice Johnson
Elbert Johnson
Roger W. Johnson
Warner E. Johnson
Germaine Jurkiewicz
John S. Kakalik
Mark E. Karp
Maria Kilian
Edward Kirejczyk
Virginia C. Klaneski
William J. Klaneski
May H. Kloiber
Angeline A. Koboski
Helen Kwasnick
Carolyn-Jane Kydd
Pamela LaBarre
Francis Landrie
Lynne S. Landrie
Kenneth C. Landry
Norma Lantiere
Joseph Lawlor
Marion Lawrence
Robert C. Legat
Ronald Legnani
Elizabeth M. Lentini
Antoinette Lewkewich
Rene Liegeot
Louise Loicano
Barbara Lyhne
H. Roy Madeia
Dorice R. Madore
Agnes Mahoney
Andrew Maietta
Walter Martinsen
Kenneth Masek
Rocco J. Massaro
Jerri Massi
Jan Masternak
Margaret Matthews
Vincent Matthews
Alma McAuley
Kimberly Jean K. McCahill
Rebecca J. McCahill
Elizabeth McCool
William McDermott
Margaret McKeon
Helen Meagher
Vincent Mercadante
Joseph H. Messier
Lucy Miano
John Millerick
Alicia Morris
Dorothy Murphy
James A. Murphy
James R. Murphy
John and Natalie Murphy
Lillian L. Murphy
Anna Napierski
John Nardi
Malvina Nicholson
Nina Nieman
Kenneth Norkus
Ernest Ouellett
Mary Ouellette
Christine Pappalardo
Rose Parady
John and Helen Parda
Perry Pausig
Sandy Pawloski
Our Annual Fund Donors April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2011
Gifts in Memory (continued)
Margaret Perreault
William Perrelli
Michele and Lucia Pietrantuono
Wayne Pilz
Edward F. Polgroszek, Jr.
Angela Policastro
Louise Purgle
Nicholas R. Romano
Eugene M. Rosol
Lawrence Roy
Paul Sabino
Joan Santacroce
James Santiago
Harold Sarner
William and Kay Schilp
Patricia C. Schulte
Joey Selmecki
Edward J. Shappy
Mary M. Shimchick
Ann M. Silluzio
Donna Simao
Frank Skwar
Colleen F. Slattery
Linda E. Smith
Therese Smyth
Cecelia Steltner
Robert Stiliho
Mary (Pat) P. Sylvester
Thaddeus Szumski
Karen L. Taplin
Frank Terzak
Jacques Thibeault
Grace C. Toccalini
Daune Tomasiewicz
George A. Tomasso
William J. Tomasso
Concetta Torretta
Albee M. Trieber
Thomas P. Turchetta
Clara Unghire
Mary T. Vitelli
Frank Votto
Marjorie C. Wechsler
Mary Ellen Welsh
Roger Whitman
Michael Wierbicki
Maria Wlaziak
Stanley J. Wosczyna
Charles F. Woodward
Chester S. Wrobel
Alex J. Yusinas
Diane Zeiher
Robert Zimmer
Jadwiga and Stanislaw Zymula
CUMULATIVE GIVING
We gratefully honor the following
donors for their commitment
to life-time giving. Their
commitment to Hospital for
Special Care, their constancy of purpose, and their belief in
our mission of “rebuilding lives,”
is most remarkable and very much
revered. $100,000+
American Savings Foundation
Carmody & Torrance, LLP
Estate of Mary Carrozza
Community Foundation of Greater
New Britain
Helen P. Cooke, II
David and Sharon Crandall
The Downes Family
Downes Construction Company,
LLC
The Fund for Greater Hartford
The Hartford
William J. Higgins
Gregory and Barbara Howey
Estate of Walter H. Hunt
Kaestle Boos Associates, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Kaman†
The Kresge Foundation
Maximilian E. & Marion O.
Hoffman Foundation, Inc.
The McCue Mortgage Company
Estate of Betty Pacey
Robert Earll McConnell
Foundation
Maria Pietrantuono
Estate of Howard P. Rogers
Alix W. Stanley Charitable
Foundation
The Stanley Works
Michael and Florence Timura
Joy and Angelo Tomasso, Jr.
The Robert C. Vance Foundation,
Inc.
John and Brenda Votto
$50,000+
Aetna Life & Casualty
Aldo DeDominicis Foundation,
Inc.
American Savings Bank
Estate of Catherine Basarab
Estate of Samuel Birnbaum
J. Walton Bissell Foundation, Inc.
Mr. Allen Botwinick
Eleanor Bradley†
Sally and Ted Carrier
Connecticut Alliance
for Long Term Care
Geraldine M. Devers
Ernst & Young, LLP
Mrs. Stanley D. Fisher
Fisher Foundation, Inc.
Gaffney, Bennett & Associates
Harold & Rebecca H. Gross
Foundation
Drs. Martin and Katherine Ill
Italian American War Veterans of
the US, Inc.
Charles H. Kaman Charitable
Foundation, Inc.
Estate of Rose and Gustave Knopf
Loctite Corporation
Manafort Family Foundation, Inc.
Okay Industries, Inc.
R.C. Knox & Co., Inc.
Rotary Club of New Britain –
Berlin, Inc.
Estate of Eugenia Scally
Ms. Nina M. Serafino
State of Connecticut Department
of Social Services
Estate of Edwin Tauscher
The Tolland Fund
United Technologies Corp.
Webster Bank, NA
$25,000+
Advest Group, Inc.
All Waste, Inc.
Ambulance Service of
Manchester, LLC
Raymond and Barbara Andrews
Barnes Group, Inc.
The Beatrice Fox Auerbach
Foundation
Rita and Rich Bonczek
Janet B. Bowen
Mary Ann and Anthony Camilleri
Clinton S. Roberts Foundation,
Inc.
Coopers & Lybrand, LLP
Estate of Dr. Elizabeth
Cunningham
Donald and Gretchen Cyr
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. DiMugno
Terrence K. Donahue, MD
Attorney William V. and Mrs.
Norma B. Dworski
Mr. Rudy Ertl
Fleet Bank Victor and Elizabeth Fumiatti
Greater Hartford Jaycees
Foundation
Marie S. Gustin, PhD
Mrs. Caryll Hanbury
Hartford Foundation for Public
Giving
Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection
and Insurance Co.
The Helen M. Saunders Charitable
Foundation, Inc.
Heublein, Inc.
Estate of Charles D. Hoskin
Howard A. Fromson Foundation,
Inc.
Ira and Barbara Levin
Miles Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
The Marjorie Moore Foundation
Moore Medical Corporation
Nestle Purina Petcare Company
Nick Zabbara Memorial Golf
Tournament
Kenneth and Brenda A. NurseHampton
Peridot Foundation, Inc.
Dr. William and Mrs. Karin Pesce
Phoenix Home Life Mutual
Insurance Co.
Ronald McDonald Charities of
CT & Western MA
Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Scalise
SEI Investments
Thomas and Susan Soltis
Starlight Starbright Children’s
Foundation, NY, NJ, CT
Estate of Augusta Stipek
Travelers Foundation
Helen P.G. and John C. Vibberts
Fund
James J. Watson
Laurie A. Whelan
$10,000+
Mervet M. Abou-ElKair, MD
Acsys, Inc.
Aetna Foundation, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Ayers
Dr. and Mrs. John V. Banta
Hap and Betty Barnes
Barnes Group Foundation, Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. Steven Beck
Berlin Lions Club
BlumShapiro
Charles W. Boos
Mr. William J. Bray†
Raina Brouillet
Budney Overhaul & Repair, Ltd.
C.M. Smith Agency, Inc.
Coleman H. and Jo Champlin
Casey
Christopher and Dana Reeve
Foundation
CitiStreet Associates, LLC
Columbia Management Group
Connecticut Health Foundation
Connecticut Natural Gas Corp.
D & L Ventures/Weathervane
The Daisy’s Dream Foundation,
Inc.
David, Helen and Marian
Woodward Fund
Felicia DeDominicis and
Gary Flynn
Delta Dental of New Jersey
Foundation, Inc.
Disney Worldwide Services, Inc.
Eastern Bag and Paper Company
Dr. Anna L. Eckersley-Johnson
Estate of Richard G. Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Ellis
Ensworth Charitable Foundation
Farmington Savings Bank
Lyle and Pam Feye
Carl and Carol Ficks
Robert and Linda Forrester
Mr. and Mrs. C. Stewart Gentsch
John Gilbert
Godbout Family Foundations, Inc.
Edward and Victoria Golab
Mrs. Marion R. Gossling†
Helen B. Gray
Guida’s Milk & Ice Cream Co.
Marion and Michael Halloran
Halloran & Sage, LLP
Joseph and Marilyn Harper
Sheila Hogan and Noel
Harrington
Hospital for Special Care
Employees
Hudson Seating & Mobility
Insurance Associates, Inc.
Stanislaw and Nina Jankowski
Ms. Pamela Kalisz
Our Annual Fund Donors April 1, 2009 - March 31, 2011
Cumulative Giving (continued)
Stephen Kovach†
KPMG Peat Marwick
Donna C. Lasher
Yannira and Jorge Laviola
Letizia, Ambrose & Falls, PC
Lincoln Financial Group
Macchi Engineers
Manafort Brothers, Inc.
Dr. Julian and Mrs. Lucille
Mandell
Joanne U. Marshall
Dr. James Massi
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
McLaughlin
MidConn Bank
National Junior Wheelchair
Athletes’ Fund
Anthony and Gail Newman
Newman’s Own Foundation
Paul and Lisa Newton
Northeast Utilities
Papa’s Dodge, Inc.
Sarah and Samuel Paul
John and Nancy Pelegano
Petit Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Phillips
Georgianne and David Pollowitz
Steven and Alice Prunk
Lynn and Jim Ricci
Robinson & Cole
Mrs. Catharine M. Rogers
Dr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Rosati
Kathleen M. Sauer
Savino, Sturrock and Sullivan,
Inc.
Dr. Lee Schuh
Drs. Lavanya and Mani
Seetharama
Semac Electrical Company, Inc.
Mrs. Loraine C. Shea
Sirois Printing Company, Inc.
Howard and Carmen Sosin
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Standish
John and Debbie Stanwood
Strovis/Sports Page
TD Bank Charitable Foundation
Dr. and Mrs. Roger Thrall
Tilcon, Inc.
John and Anne Tucker
Ms. Phyllis Waite
Walter and Julianne Sullivan
Foundation
Dr. and Mrs. Kevin W. Watson
Webster Bank, NA
Mr. Allen Weintraub
William and Alice Mortensen
Foundation
Willis of CT, LLC
Dr. Marie Wright
Sharon S. Yoon, MD
MATCHING GIFTS
Aetna Foundation, Inc.
Bank of America
Barnes Group Foundation, Inc.
Stanley Works World
Headquarters
CORPORATE AND
BUSINESS PARTNERS
Our corporate and business
partners serve as colleagues
and ambassadors in the regional
community, whether sponsoring
an event, making a critical annual
fund gift or giving to the current
capital campaign initiative, the
“Hope Campaign.” We salute
these companies for understanding
our mission of “rebuilding lives,”
and we cherish our long-term
relationship with each.
$20,000+
All Waste, Inc.
C.M. Smith Agency, Inc.
Connecticut Alliance for Long
Term Care
Downes Construction Company,
LLC
Hospital for Special Care
Auxiliary
Italian American War Veterans of
the US, Inc.
Kaestle Boos Associates, Inc.
Okay Industries, Inc.
Semac Electrical Company, Inc.
The McCue Mortgage Company
Webster Bank, NA
$10,000+
Ambulance Service of
Manchester, LLC
BlumShapiro
Carmody & Torrance, LLP
Eastern Bag and Paper Company
Lincoln Financial Group
SEI Investments
Willis of CT, LLC
$5,000+
Aetna Life & Casualty
Hudson Seating & Mobility
Peter Webster Painters, Inc.
Pratt & Whitney
RBC Capital Markets
Rotary Club of New Britain –
Berlin, Inc.
The ALS Association Connecticut
Chapter
$1,000+
ABCO Wholesale Distributors,
LLC
Achieve Financial Credit Union
Acsys, Inc.
Allscripts
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of CT
Auto Donation Depot, Inc.
Berlin Lions Club
Cardiopulmonary Corporation
Cashman & Katz Integrated
Communications
Central Connecticut Rehabilitation
Medical Group
ChimeNet, Inc.
Civitan Club of Middletown, Inc.
Connecticut General Life
Insurance Company
Creative Office Interiors
Disney Worldwide Services, Inc.
Distinctive Directories, LLC
Eastern Rehabilitation Network
Gibbs Wire & Steel Company, Inc.
Grove Hill Medical Center
Halloran & Sage, LLP
Iatric Systems, Inc.
Jackson Lewis, LLP
Jorden Burt, LLP
Law Office of Kevin C. Ferry,
LLC
Letizia, Ambrose & Falls, PC
Levindale Hebrew Geriatric
Center and Hospital
Mason, Inc.
Mohegan Sun
National Junior Wheelchair
Athletes’ Fund
New England Home Care
People For Prague
Robinson & Cole
Sabre, Inc.
Spartanburg Regional Healthcare
System
Suburban Office Furniture
The Hospital of Central
Connecticut
The Vein Center at Grove Hill
Medical Center, PC
Tomasso Brothers, Inc.
Trust Company of Connecticut
Universal Stamp & Coin, LLC
Workers’ Compensation Trust
Every effort has been made
to ensure the accuracy
and completeness of our
donor listings. Should the
information presented here
conflict with your records,
please call the Foundation
Office at (860) 832-6257.
†Deceased
Making a Gift
to Hospital for
Special Care
Making a personal gift to
Hospital for Special Care is an
act of selfless generosity. There
are many ways to make a taxdeductible gift to the Hospital
during one’s lifetime or after.
We encourage you to consult
with your attorney, accountant
or other financial advisor when
considering a gift that may
have substantial impact on your
finances or estate. Sheila Hogan,
Vice President of the Hospital
for Special Care Foundation, is
also available for a confidential
discussion at your convenience.
Please call 860.832.6215.
GIFTS OF CASH
An outright gift of cash goes to
work right away to help improve
the lives of those we serve.
GIFTS OF SECURITIES
When you donate appreciated
securities (stocks and bonds) to
the Hospital for Special Care
Foundation, Inc., you will be
allowed a charitable deduction
for the fair market value of the
stock; additionally, you may avoid
potential capital gains tax on any
appreciation in the value of stock.
Giving stock gifts to the Hospital
for Special Care Foundation, Inc.
can be done either by electronic
transfer, mail, or in person.
GIFTS MATCHED BY
CORPORATIONS
Many corporations match the
charitable gifts made by their
employees and board members
who serve charitable institutions.
To receive information about a
company’s matching gift program,
please contact your human
resources department.
GIFTS BY WILL OR ESTATE
PLANNING
A charitable bequest is a gift to
the Hospital for Special Care
Foundation, Inc., in your will or
estate plan. You may designate the
Foundation to receive a bequest
of a specific dollar amount, a
percentage of your estate, or
specific assets such as stock,
securities or real estate.
Should you choose to include a
bequest to the Foundation in your
will, ask your attorney to include
this suggested language:
“I give and bequeath to Hospital
for Special Care Foundation,
Inc., a non-profit 501(C)(3)
corporation, in New Britain,
Connecticut, (insert here a
percentage of the estate or an
amount in dollars) for its general
uses and purposes.”
GIFTS OF REAL ESTATE
Gifts of real estate, such as a
piece of land, a house, a farm
or commercial property are
considered for donation on a
case by case basis. In most cases,
the Foundation will sell the
property and use the proceeds
to benefit those we serve. The
appreciated value of the real estate
is not generally subject to federal
capital gains tax and a charitable
deduction may be claimed.
GIFTS OF PERSONAL
PROPERTY
Gifts of tangible personal
property, such as artwork, jewelry,
and antiques are considered on a
case by case basis.
Hospital for Special Care
is certified by: The Joint
Commission (TJC); the
American Association of
Cardiovascular and Pulmonary
Rehabilitation (AACVPR);*
and the Commission on
Accreditation of Rehabilitation
Facilities (CARF) for
Comprehensive Integrated
Inpatient Rehabilitation
Programs, Acquired Brain
Injury, Outpatient Medical
Rehabilitation and Spinal
Cord System of Care for
both Inpatient and Outpatient
Rehabilitation. HSC’s
Pulmonary Care Services are
recognized by the American
Association for Respiratory
Care (AARC) as a Quality
Respiratory Care Provider
under their Quality Respiratory
Care Recognition (QRCR)
program for Long-Term Acute
Care Hospitals (LTACH).
The Neuromuscular Center
is certified by the Muscular
Dystrophy Association (MDA)
for children and adults, and
by the Amyotrophic Lateral
Sclerosis Association (ALSA).
The EMG Lab at Hospital
for Special Care is pending
accreditation by the American
Association of Neuromuscular
and Electrodiagnostic Medicine
(AANEM). For more
information about EMG Lab
accreditation, contact the
AANEM at www.aanem.net.
*HSC’s accreditation by
AACVPR is for its outpatient
pulmonary rehabilitation
programs.
Financials
Consolidated Statement of Operations and Changes in Net Assets
audited
unaudited
Year Ended March 31
2010
2011
Net revenues from services to patients$115,732,027 $118,319,766
Other revenue
4,149,037 3,753,102
Total
119,881,064
122,072,868
Operating Expenses
Salaries, wages and employee benefits
82,428,667
84,636,509
Nonsalary
27,612,824
27,831,309
Interest
2,932,638
2,496,155
Depreciation
3,683,315
3,963,317
Bad Debts
843,959
1,284,614
Total
117,501,403
120,211,904
Income from operations
2,379,661
1,860,964
Investments
9,279,913
3,883,975
Loss on debt refinancing
0
(729,769)
Other nonoperating activity
422,818
210,318
Increase in unrestricted net assets
$12,082,392
$5,225,488
Consolidated Balance Sheet auditedunaudited
As of March 31
2010
2011
Cash and cash equivalents
$9,137,758
$9,407,408
Investment securities
35,854,770
40,161,522
Accounts receivable
21,904,352
20,637,621
Property, plant and equipment
50,331,261
53,022,585
Other assets
15,237,372
17,053,277
Total assets
$132,465,513
$140,282,413
Accounts Payable
$4,446,833
$3,245,508
Salaries, wages, payroll taxes, and amounts
withheld from employee compensation
8,660,068
6,781,443
Other 12,780,248
11,897,450
Long term debt
59,401,696
64,141,696
Total Liabilities
85,288,845
86,066,097
Unrestricted net assets
44,535,228
50,096,885
Temporarily and permanently restricted net assets
2,641,440
4,119,431
Total liabilities and net assets
$132,465,513
$140,282,413
2150 Corbin Avenue
New Britain, Connecticut 06053
860.223.2761
www.hfsc.org
Hospital for Special Care is certified by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation;
The Joint Commission and the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities for Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation Programs, Acquired-brain Injury,
Outpatient Medical Rehabilitation and Spinal Cord System of Care for both Inpatient and Outpatient Rehabilitation.