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  • Snapshot: Meg Reilly

    Occupation: I’m the Central Office secretary for the Board of Education.

    Family: My husband is Patrick. Our son, Sean, is a freshman at Eastern State University, and our daughter, Katie, is a junior at Newtown High School.

    Pets: I have two cats, Lucy and Ethel. They’re siblings that we adopted from friends, and are half-Siamese.

  • Snapshot: Diane Leaman

    Occupation: I work at Dental Associates in Danbury, in the billing and insurance department. It’s a great place to work. Everyone is so friendly there.

    Family: I have three daughters. Kim is 39 and in California, Kathy is 36 and lives in Southbury with my granddaughter, Nokomis, 17, and my daughter Chelsea is 30, and lives in Brookfield with her fiancé, Rob.

    Pets: We used to have a dog and cat, but I don’t have any pets now.

  • Snapshot: Missy Gregson

    Occupation: Most recently, I became a bus driver for All-Star Transportation. It’s fun and it’s crazy. I’m a registered yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance, since 2008. I’ve been sharing my yoga practice mostly through Newtown Continuing Education. I also am a licensed real estate person, working as a referral agent.

    Family: My husband, Bob, and I have been married for 19 years. We have three boys. Scott is 17, Jack is 12, and Rory is 10 years old.

  • Snapshot: Andy DeWolfe

    Occupation: I am a senior at Newtown High School, and looking at Naugatuck Community College for their automotive technician studies. I work part-time at LeReine’s Cuisine, and I work for LRM contractors in the winter, shoveling.

    Family: My mother is Judi and my father is Mark. I have an older sister. Her name is Ali. She’s 19 and goes to the Culinary Institute of America. I get free food out of it, so that’s good.

  • Snapshot: Carla Barzetti

    Occupation: My businesses are Brilliant Soul, for energy healing, and All Calm Down, for guided healing meditation. I’ll be starting guided healing meditation Friday, December 5, at 9:30 am, at the Resiliency Center on South Main Street, and then on every first Friday. I’ve been an energy healer for a little over 13 years. I get to hear what keeps people from being blissfully happy, and do energy healing on multiple planes of existence. I also teach reiki classes, at my home.

  • Snapshot: Dr Laura Huling

    Occupation: I’m a pediatric dentist at Dental Associates in Newtown. I’ve been there about four months now. I graduated from the UConn School of Dental Medicine in 2012, and completed my pediatric dentistry training at Children’s Medical Center in Hartford in July 2014.

  • Snapshot: Julie Hunter

    Occupation: I am the circulation supervisor at CH Booth Library. I ensure the efficiency of circulation. I’m the “go to” person for account issues and that kind of thing. I have my master’s in library and information science.

    Family: My parents and siblings live in Idaho now. I live with a really good friend and her husband in Danbury.

    Pets: I have a cat, Sir Frederick. He is about 7 years old.

  • Snapshot: Kate Sheehan

    Occupation: I’m the head of technical services and systems librarian at C.H. Booth Library.

    Family: My husband is Gary. We’ve been married for seven years. We have a son, Adrian, who is 2 years old.

    Pets: We have a dog named Cooper. He is an elderly Collie, 12½ years old. And we have some fish.

  • Snapshot: Carolyn Signorelli

    Occupation: I’m an assistant attorney general with the Child Protection Office in Hartford.

    Family: I’m married to Doug Homberg. I have three daughters. Sarah Stofko, 18, is a sophomore at Hunter College in the City. Tess Stofko is a senior at Newtown High School, and is 17 years old. Jordan Stofko is 14, and she is a freshman at Newtown High School.

    Pets: We have our dog, Zak. He is a Labrador/Chow mix. He is an adorable dog.

  • Snapshot: Geraldine Carley

    Occupation: I recently retired after 35 years as a teacher/librarian, primarily in schools in Danbury and Ridgefield.

    Family: My husband, Ross Carley, is very active in town. Our son, Christopher, teachers chemistry at Newtown High School and is assistant band leader there. Our daughter, Lindsay Knauf, lives here in Newtown with her husband, Ed. They have two children. Holden is 3 years old, and we have a brandie-new one, Oliver, born September 2.