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The Bridge Honors Reid and Riege at Annual Meeting

Board member Mary Kay Curtiss was also honored for her service to The Bridge.

honored Reid and Riege, P.C. with its 7th annual Bridge Business Award at its annual meeting at the on June 12. The law firm was founded in 1950. Headquartered in Hartford, with additional offices located around the state, Reid and Riege offers a full array of legal services. 

A partnership between the Bridge and Reid and Riege began in 2000 when it became a sponsor of the Bridge’s annual gala, now called the Children’s Charity Ball. Since 2002, it has not only steadily increased its sponsorship level of the gala, but has filled a table of enthusiastic supporters. To date, Reid and Reige has contributed $48,330 to the Bridge.

“Most of the Bridge’s work,” said Margaret Hann, “is centered on building and maintaining relationships with our donors, clients, staff, volunteers and the communities we serve. Like the Bridge, Reid and Reige also places a high value on building relationships and advocating for its clients. The Bridge is fortunate to be among those people with whom Reid and Reige has a long term relationship.”

Attorney Tuck Miller accepted the award on behalf of Reid and Reige. Bridge Executive Director Margaret Hann, said, “Tuck has been a long time supporter of the Bridge and has been my "go to" person for advice on numerous occasions. His wisdom and guidance has been invaluable to me. Tuck and his wife Ki were featured in our 2010 Annual Report. They have been actively involved for many years. According to Tuck, “The Bridge is a resource that needs to exist so the question really is not whether to become involved, but how.”

Guests at the dinner celebrated the Bridge and its accomplishments. Mary Kay Curtiss, Bridge board member since 2003 and board president for the past two years, was honored for her long and committed service to The Bridge.

Submitted by The Bridge Family Center

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