I have been a public servant (volunteer) in Suffield since my arrival almost 40 years ago. I began volunteering as a member of Child & Family Services (now Second Chance Shop), served on the Auxiliary of Suffield Little League, was the first president of Suffield recreation soccer, was a founding member of Suffield Travel Soccer and served as Spaulding School PTO President while overseeing the construction of the first playscape. My three sons were educated in the Suffield Public School system and after their school completion, I turned my energy to other arenas. I have been the Treasurer/Business Manger for The Suffield Observer for more than 10 years as well as an active member of the Suffield Democratic Town Committee.
I have served as an alternate on the Zoning & Planning Commission since January 2014 and have attended each meeting. During those meetings, I’ve listened to residents concerns regarding several controversial issues and believe my vote has reflected those concerns. While on the Zoning & Planning Commission, I’ve participated in State-sponsored all-day workshops which have enhanced my knowledge of land use.
I would like to serve on the Zoning & Planning Commission for a 4-year full member position, and ask for your vote. I pledge to listen to your concerns regarding issues that directly impact your quality of life.
Join us on Thursday, April 5th from 7- 9pm at the Suffield High School auditorium to meet with the Democratic candidates for Governor. ... Read more »
Thanks to picture perfect weather we had a great turnout of Democratic candidates and lots of conversations with town voters at Suffield on the Green! Cartoonist Rick Stromoski was busy drawing inspired caricatures for kids from 5 to 15. We all saw lots of friends and met new people in Suff... Read more »
Suffield Democrats held a Summer Bash party on August 25th with almost all Democratic candidates for the November election present. We had perfect weather, a gorgeous old barn setting, fine food and music from "Rust" to keep everyone in motion. Congressman Joe Courtney was able to stop in for ... Read more »