15th Annual Honorable John P. Maloney CPA Golf Tournament Raises Funds for Community Partners in Action, Honors Longtime Supporter

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Funds to support programs, services that help those affected by the criminal justice system

Community Partners in Action’s (CPA) 15th Annual Honorable John P. Maloney CPA Golf Tournament raised funds for the Hartford nonprofit which helps individuals affected by the criminal justice system.

For more than 15 years, Mr. Rosenthal has been actively involved with Community Partners in Action. He has served as CPA’s counsel and has a long history of volunteering on the organization’s golf tournament committee.

Community Partners in Action (CPA), a nonprofit organization committed to building community by providing services that promote accountability, dignity and restoration for people affected by the criminal justice system, recently held its 15th Annual Honorable John P. Maloney CPA Golf Tournament, which raised funds to support the Hartford nonprofit and recognized longtime supporter, Ed Rosenthal.

Named for Judge John P. Maloney, a longtime friend of Community Partners in Action who served as Chair of the Board of Directors and volunteered in numerous capacities from 1964 until his passing in November 2003, the tournament included a shotgun format with opportunities to win cash and other prizes, as well as raffles, silent auction and live auction. Tournament winners, include:

  •     1st Place – Men’s: Todd Mirmina, Kevin Murphy, James Gmiendl and Todd Ryecki
  •     1st Place – Women’s: Carole Oat, Lisa Lavoie, MJ Laliberte and Dawn Lantiere
  •     1st Place – Mixed: Brewster Perkins, Dee Bailey, Joe Regan and Pete Gillin

As part of the Tournament, Community Partners in Action paid tribute to the 2012 Honorable John P. Maloney Hall of Fame Inductee, Ed Rosenthal, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Carling Technologies.

“The Honorable John P. Maloney was a champion of Community Partners in Action and its work to reduce recidivism. During his years of service, his generosity and commitment were guiding forces within the organization,” said Maureen Price-Boreland, Executive Director for Community Partners in Action. “Ed Rosenthal exemplifies that spirit and commitment to the organization and we are honored to have him as part of our community.”

For more than 15 years, Mr. Rosenthal has been actively involved with Community Partners in Action. He has served as CPA’s counsel and has a long history of volunteering on the organization’s golf tournament committee.

“I am grateful for this award and know there are many others who work with CPA and are equally deserving,” Rosenthal said. “CPA does great work and has outstanding leadership. The organization has one of the most active Board of Directors I have ever encountered and I am happy to support their mission.”

Funds raised from the Tournament will support Community Partners in Action’s programs, which include a wide range of offerings for adolescents and adults, all of which help clients to develop transferrable skills and work towards a successful re-entry into society.

The 15th Annual Honorable John P. Maloney CPA Golf Tournament was chaired by Kevin Grenham, Future Benefits, Inc. and Amy Horowitz, Esq., Law Offices of Amy J. Horowitz. The Title Sponsor was Carling Technologies.

“We are grateful to the players, sponsors and volunteers for their continued support of our mission,” Price-Boreland said. “The Tournament is a celebration of Community Partners in Action’s impact and we look forward to next year’s event.”

To learn more about or to support Community Partners in Action, visit http://www.cpa-ct.org.

About Community Partners in Action
Established in 1875, Community Partners in Action (CPA) is a nonprofit organization committed to building community by providing services that promote accountability, dignity and restoration for people affected by the criminal justice system. For more than 135 years, CPA has offered a wide range of programs for adolescents and adults, helping clients to develop transferrable skills and work towards a successful re-entry into society. To learn more about Community Partners in Action, visit http://www.cpa-ct.org.

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