Light a Fire 2012



Light a Fire Awards were held onThursday, November 29

Honorees featured in the November issue were celebrated at a special awards ceremony at Greenwich Academy hosted by:

James NaughtonJames Naughton, veteran Tony award
winning actor, director, and longtime
Weston resident to host this year’s
Light a Fire Awards.
 

 

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The 2012 Light a Fire honorees:

  • Outstanding Philanthropist — Brian Kriftcher
  • Lifetime Achievement Award — Bob and Suzanne Wright
  • Best Friend to Seniors — Doris McKee
  • Most Involved in the Arts — Ann Sheffer
  • Corporate Good Neighbor — Rich Granoff
  • Most Dedicated Committee Member — Karyn Ward
  • Best Friend to Children — Jack Kelley
  • Most Inspirational Role Model — Paul Green
  • Most Involved Couple — Joseph and Susan Garofoli
  • Outstanding Teen Volunteer — Jenny Cespedes

Sponsored by:

Wells Fargo Advisors
George N. Venizelos, AAMS
Managing Director - Investments

Tent Sponsor:

Abbey Tent & Party Rentals, Inc.


A portion of the proceeds donated to:

Fairfield County Community Foundation


Light a Fire 2011

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The 2011 Light a Fire Awards were sponsored by:

Wells Fargo Advisors
George N. Venizelos, AAMS
Managing Director - Investments 

Awards graciously provided by:
Lux Bond & Green

Fairfield County Community Foundation

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