Looking Ahead to 2021

2020 will be remembered as an awful year. The COVID-19 pandemic has killed almost 300 thousand people. That’s more than the populations of Hartford and New Haven combined. Many coronavirus survivors still suffer from the virus. Thousands of people lost jobs and some businesses shut down forever. With a vaccine on the way, there are some bright spots and reason to be optimistic for 2021.

Seasons Magazine reached out to me to write a column on the year in review and I looked for the positive.

There are six regional editions of Seasons across Connecticut and you’ll be able to read my column in them when they arrive in your mailbox. Here’s the link to it and a few pictures on page 40.

Click to access 20-Seasons-WH-Winter-80pgs-web.pdf

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  1. Dennis you are amazing… One of the true hearts of Connecticut!!! An example we can all learn from… Denise is shining through you… Her love and friendship are lifting and working through you…


  2. Dennis congratulations what an honor. It’s been a very difficult year for you and Denise’s family. I keep you all in my prayers daily.

    The Andriulli Family


  3. I read your article, and you have good enthusiasm about the state,as do I, but I think you also need to realize CT’s major problems as a hostile business climate with business packing up and leaving. For example Pratt & Whitney announced they’re building a million square foot facility in North Carolina and hiring 800 workers. It shows how uncompetitive CT has become, compared to when I was growing up and people stayed and worked in CT.


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