June 29, 2017

Chris Eucalitto

May 11, 2017

Chris Eucalitto came to O&G later in his life where he worked most recently as a foreman on road projects. He was a jack of all trades and a natural at building and repairing things. […]

Bart Muldoon

May 11, 2017

Bart Muldoon was a senior mixer driver working out of Stamford who refused to retire when others would have packed it in. His employment was non-linear and unconventional. In 1962 he began working with the […]

Retired

May 11, 2017

You could call JIM MIKLOS a man of steady habits. Before he joined O&G he worked for his father and uncles at City Block in Torrington where they produced concrete and lightweight block. For the last […]

Jared Smith

December 28, 2016

For 44 years Jared Smith has done what, for most, would be unpleasant business. He was hired by O&G in 2001, moving from another contractor, to collect bad debts for O&G. Nine years later Jared […]

Paul Patch

December 28, 2016

Paul Patch has always been a steady man. He worked for 36 dependable, productive years at the Main Office, and he’s approaching the first months of his retirement with the same pleased, steady, forward-looking air. […]

Tom Hunter

December 28, 2016

Teaching and safety are intertwined for Safety Manager Tom Hunter, and not just on the job. Tom directed his life-long love of fishing and hunting, for instance, into instructing for ConnDEEP, introducing new hunters to […]

Tom Palmieri

April 1, 2016

TOM PALMIERI worked for O&G his entire adult life, except for the one month with another contractor who was building bridges alongside O&G on Route 84 in Waterbury in 1978. The day their contract was completed and Tom found himself without a job he […]

Ralph Gath

April 1, 2016

Nearly 40 years ago RALPH GATH hauled his first load of concrete out of O&G’s Waterbury plant, freshly hired by Bob Oneglia as a 24-year-old mixer driver. After a number of years on the road he was asked if he’d like to operate […]

Frank Downey

January 1, 2016

Few people get the kind of send-off that awaited FRANK DOWNEY when he walked into his retirement party on December 5th. If the size of a party is any indicator, Frank was a very popular […]

Kenneth Ryan, 91

January 1, 2016

Quietly expert and patriotic Many will not remember Kenny Ryan,  who retired in 1987 after working faithfully for O&G for 30 years, the last eight of which were spent as an estimator for the Building […]

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