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A Connecticut Law Blog - Part 2
Steven D. Eppler-Epstein, Executive Director of Connecticut Legal Services, Inc., in Middletown, received the Charles J. Parker Legal Services Award; the Honorable Alexandra Davis DiPentima, Chief Judge of the Connecticut Appellate Court, Hartford, received the Henry J. Naruk Judiciary Award; Thomas J. Groark, Jr., Day Pitney LLP, Hartford, received the Edward F. Hennessey Professionalism Award; and Alice A. Bruno, Deputy Chief Clerk for the New Haven Superior Court, received the John Eldred Shields Distinguished Professional Service Award.
New Haven County Bar Association :: NHCBA Executive Committee
Alice A. Bruno
"Alice was working at the state bar association.
Her hours were crushing. I was retired and bored. One day while driving through New Britain I turned to Alice and said, 'You know what I should do? Find a small spot where I can make soup and sandwiches Monday through Friday.'" Over the years, the space across from the courthouse has been occupied by several restaurants. But the city has yet to meet a duo with the energy of Chiovoloni and Bruno. In September, Bruno stepped down as executive director of the Connecticut Bar Association. She says she looks forward to working with her husband in a variety of roles. "If we have a mission," she says, "it's to make sure people downtown can get a quality meal during the middle of the day."
News - 2013-04 - Game Chnagers Day - Lauralton Hall
Other presenters were Alice A. Bruno, Executive Director: Connecticut Bar Association; Barbara Chesler, Senior Associate Athletic Director at Yale University; Sandi Kahn-Shelton, Author, Journalist; Deborah Kellogg-Van Orden, President: Society of Women Engineers; Tricia Lin, Director & Professor at Southern Connecticut State University and President, National Women's Studies Association 2012-2014; Suzanne Lyons, Associate Director of New Haven Promise; Laura Pirie, Principal at Pirie Associates Architects;Linda Spoonster Schwartz,Commissioner, Connecticut Department of Veterans' Affairs; Betty Sternberg, Professor Educational Leadership at Central Connecticut State University and Former Connecticut Commissioner of Education/Former Superintendent of Schools in Greenwich; and Janna Wagner, Co-Founder: All Our Kin and Chair, Ulysses S. Grant Foundation.
Alice A. Bruno, executive director of the Connecticut Bar Association; Barbara Chesler, senior associate athletic director at Yale University; Sandi Kahn-Shelton, author and journalist; Deborah Kellogg-Van Orden, president of the Society of Women Engineers; Tricia Lin, director and professor at Southern Connecticut State University; Suzanne Lyons, associate director of New Haven Promise; Laura Pirie, principal at Pirie Associates Architects; Linda Spoonster Schwartz, commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Veterans' Affairs; Betty Sternberg, professor of Educational Leadership at Central Connecticut State University, and Janna Wagner, co-founder of All Our Kin.