October 19, 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 […]

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 […]

Lester Klimaszewski, 73

January 1, 2016

Looked sharp at all times On a construction site not many men could wear the abundance of cologne and jewelry Lester Klimaszewski did and pull it off. He was a natty dresser, fond of buying […]

Dennis Carey, 58

January 1, 2016

Exemplary at work, colorful after hours You could sum up the Dennis Carey we knew as a man who worked hard at his hard job and at least as hard after hours. His humor was […]

John Jenkins

October 1, 2015

JOHN JENKINS had the demeanor and rugged looks of a man cut from the same bedrock he worked with every day. He oversaw operations at Quarry 2 in Southbury for 34 years, coaxing maximum production […]

Don Drost

October 1, 2015

For ten years DON DROST was the foreman of O&G’s equipment painting facility at South Main. He mastered the uncommon ability to produce superior finished work at the relentless pace the company required, never sacrificing […]