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News Dec 10, 2013 - 4:47:17 PM


Webster Bank Helps Fund Victory Gardens Veteran Housing

By Webster Bank





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Ms. Dara Kovel, Connecticut Housing Finance Authority; Ms. Christine Traczyk, Farmington Bank; Mr. Gerald Culliton, US Department of Veterans Affairs and VA Connecticut Healthcare System (front); Mayor Stephen Woods, Town of Newington (back); Ms. Susan Elliott, Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston; The Honorable Richard Blumenthal, Senator, United States Senate; Ms. Robin Gallagher, Webster Bank; The Honorable Nancy Wyman, Lieutenant Governor, State of Connecticut; Ms. Evonne Klein, Connecticut Department of Housing; Ms. Loni Willey, Women’s Institute; Ms. Mollye Wolahan, Women’s Institute. (contributed photo)
NEWINGTON, CT - Webster Bank, a leading regional bank serving businesses and consumers from metro New York to Boston, Mass., is pleased to be a partner in the Victory Gardens housing for Veterans. The public-private partnership helps fight homelessness among our Hometown Heroes.

We are pleased to share the attached photo from the ribbon cutting ceremony that took place on Friday, December 6. In the center of the photo is Robin Gallagher, senior vice president, Commercial Real Estate Lending at Webster Bank who spoke at the event in support of our Veterans.




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