Cetacean Society International Annual Meeting

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 354 Colt Hwy Farmington CT 06032  See map

Cetacean Society Annual Membership Meeting January 28, 2013


CSI’s Annual Meeting will be held on Monday, January 28, 2013

Time: 7:00 PM

Location: Stonewell Restaurant, 354 Colt Highway, Farmington, CT thestonewell.com

 (860) 677.8855


Cetacean Society International is an all-volunteer, non-profit conservation, education and research organization working on behalf of cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) and their marine environment.  Founded locally as the Connecticut Cetacean Society in 1974, CSI took to the international scene in 1986 and emerged a global leader in cetacean advocacy, with contacts in over 20 countries today!      


All members and friends of CSI are welcome and encouraged to attend, to learn about CSI’s activities in 2012 and help us plan for 2013. In addition to the fun part of the evening, we will elect CSI’s Officers and Directors for 2013. Nominations are listed below, and will be taken from the floor.












President: William W. Rossiter, Redding, CT

Vice-President: Brent Hall, Cheshire, CT

Secretary: Jessica L. Dickens, Hartford, CT

Treasurer: Barbara Kilpatrick, West Hartford, CT




Deborah Adams, New Richmond, OH

Brian Benito, Suffield, CT

Rachel DeCavage, Southington, CT

Paul J. DiGangi, East Hartford, MA

David Kaplan Esq., West Hartford, CT

Paul Knapp Jr., Lake Wales, FL

A. Daniel Knaub, Mechanicsburg, PA

Gary Pontelandolfo, Winsted, CT

Heather Rockwell, Marstons Mills, MA

Christopher Rombauer, Mechanicsburg, PA  

Leesa Sklover-Filgate, PhD, Fairfield, CT

Patricia Sullivan, East Hartford, CT

George A. Upton, Glastonbury, CT

Taffy L. Williams, Tuckahoe, NY




Lea Brown, Bridgeport, CT

Stephen Chelminski, Antrim, NH

Brian Chmielecki, Taftville, CT

Martha Fitzgerald, Hartford, CT

Ralph Formica, Cromwell, CT

Beth Larson, Provincetown, MA

Jeffrey Mills, Maynard, MA

Jean Rioux, East Hartford, CT

Steve Roys, Winsted, CT



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