CATIC and CATIC Financial Announce Board Leadership Roles

November 19, 2019

CATIC and CATIC Financial announce that several attorneys were named to leadership roles within their respected boards.

“I am grateful to these board members for their past contributions, and look forward to continuing our collaboration on behalf of CATIC and CATIC Financial,” said Jim Czapiga, CATIC president and CEO.

Keith S. Shaw was appointed chairman of the CATIC Board. He has been a member of the board since 2001, and has served as chairman of the Governance Committee and the Claims Committee. His practice, in Rocky Hill, Conn., focuses on residential and commercial real estate transactions, foreclosures, business transactions, condominium collections, and estate planning.

Kenneth M. Gruder was appointed vice chair of the CATIC Board. He is a founding member of Goldman Gruder & Woods LLC, and the chairman of its Real Estate Law Practice Group. In his practice he handles all aspects of residential and commercial real estate law, including purchases, sales, foreclosures, eviction, short sales, and loan workouts.

Charles R. (Peter) Ebersol was appointed chairman of the CATIC Financial Board. His practice areas include real estate, planning and zoning, estate planning, wills, and probate. Ebersol previously served as chairman of the CATIC Board. He continues to serve as a member of that board.

Patricia Farrell was appointed vice chair of the CATIC Financial Board. She is an active member of the Connecticut Bar Association, having served as a member of the House of Delegates and the Board of Governors. Her practice, Farrell, Geenty, Sheeley, Boccalatte & Guarino, is located in Middletown, Conn. Farrell previously served as chair of the CATIC Board.


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