Myrelationship with the City of Milford goes back tothe founding of the Town in 1639.... more
Myrelationship with the City of Milford goes back tothe founding of the Town in 1639. A direct descendant of at least 15 founding families and four of the late comers (1640s), Milford's Martyr Steven Stow, a Connecticut Governor (Treat) and second pastor of the First Church (Newton) whilemy Barnes lineage (from Vermont and Massachussetss until 1880) includes three passengers on the Mayflower (1... view profile
Richard P. Giarniero is a native of Stratford, Connecticut with an exceptional... more
Richard P. Giarniero is a native of Stratford, Connecticut with an exceptional educational and professional background. He studied International and Comparative Law at the University of Florence, Italy; literature and philosophy at the University of Manchester in England, and ancient theatre architecture in Rome. Receiving a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Communications from Sacred Hear... view profile
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