Annual Wheeler Hands & Hearts Event Honors Six Individuals and Organizations for Their Generosity, Commitment
Wheeler honored six individuals and local organizations last night for their outstanding commitment to the organization’s mission, including The Honorable Whitt Betts (R-78), Cathryn Addy, Ph.D., president of Tunxis Community College; OneDigital Health and Benefits, O’Shea Getz, P.C., Gnazzo’s Food Center and The Country Club of Farmington.
Wheeler’s Hands & Hearts event honors individuals, families, corporations and foundations for their outstanding support of Wheeler’s mission to provide equitable access to innovative care that improves health, recovery and growth at all stages of life. More than 40 philanthropists have been recognized by Wheeler since the inception of this event seven years ago.
From left, Susan Walkama, LCSW, president and chief executive officer, Wheeler; The Honorable Whit Betts (R-78); Tim Connors, consultant, and Dawn Seften, senior advisor, OneDigital Health and Benefits; Rich Getz, partner, O’Shea Getz, P.C.; Karl Krapek and Jeremy Vitkauskas, general manager, The Country Club of Farmington; Cathryn Addy, Ph.D., president, Tunxis Community College; and Ken Gnazzo, president, Gnazzo’s Food Center.