I’m a native to Bloomfield. My family was here before the Revolutionary War. Some of my ancestors attended OSA but I grew up attending the Congregational Church. I was introduced to OSA by my wife and have been attending regularly for many years. I have served as Junior Warden and as a Vestry person. I also serve as a chalicist and lay reader. I am retired from the State of Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection where I raised fish for the hatcheries for distribution into the streams and rivers. I am also a Free Mason. I love to hunt and fish. I find OSA to be a caring and accepting community and am very happy to call it my spiritual home.