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AHS Grad Named as Development Coordinator for National Nonprofit

11/21/12
Avon, CT (November 21, 2012)-- Kellie German Santiago of Plainville, CT, joined the Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS) Foundation in Avon as development coordinator. German Santiago, an Ansonia High School graduate, will undertake event planning, development and fundraising initiatives for the national nonprofit, located in Avon, CT.
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Riverton Resident Tapped To Lead National Nonprofit

11/19/12 , Hartford Courant
The Board of Directors of the Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS) Foundation unanimously approved the appointment of Marie Concklin-Malloy as its new executive director, effective Nov. 10. 

WHS Grad Named as Communications Coordinator for National Nonprofit

11/19/12

Avon, CT (November 16, 2012)-- The Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS) Foundation is thrilled to announce the appointment of Brenda J. Shepard as its new communications coordinator. Shepard will take over public relations, social media outreach and publications for the national nonprofit, located in Avon, CT.  

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CdLS Foundation Appoints Executive Director

11/16/12
Avon, CT (November 14, 2012)-- The Board of Directors of the Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS) Foundation unanimously approved the appointment of Marie Concklin-Malloy as its new executive director, effective November 10, 2012.
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Local Man Tackles Ironman Triathlon for CdLS Foundation

11/15/12 , Hartford Courant
Frank Mairano, of Collinsville, Conn., is no stranger to tough races. He has run 20 marathons and sees no sign of stopping anytime soon. 

Three Join Hartford Foundation Staff

11/14/12 , Hartford Courant
Jennyfer Holmes of New Britain has been named scholarship and donor services officer at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, the community foundation for the 29-town Greater Hartford region. Read full story >

CT Man Takes on Ironman Triathlon for Rare Genetic Syndrome

11/12/12
Collinsville, CT (November 9, 2012)-- Frank Mairano, of Collinsville, CT, is no stranger to tough races. He has run 20 marathons and sees no sign of stopping anytime soon. Mairano will swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles to honor the memory of his daughter, Lisa Marie, who had Cornelia de Lange Syndrome (CdLS), along with raising funds for the CdLS Foundation.
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