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  • Snapshot: Dan Krauss

    Occupation: I’m a banker with People’s United Bank. I’m a reserve manager, so I cover the offices in Monroe, Newtown, and Southbury.

    Family: I’ve been married for 15 years to Betsy. We have two kids. Rachel is 8 years old. She is a third grader at Sandy Hook Elementary School. We have a son who was stillborn, three years ago, named Andrew. We miss him tremendously.

  • Snapshot: Barb Sibley

    Occupation: I’m president of Sibley Smart Copy, LLC, a content marketing firm. I do all kinds of copyediting and am a content generator for many companies. It is pretty much anything and everything that can be written for content web or print marketing purposes.

    Family: I’ve been married to Rob for almost 17 years. We have three children. Daniel is 10 years old, and we have twins, Stephen and Brian, who are 6 years old.

  • Snapshot: Karyn Holden

    Occupation: I work for Prudential Financial in Shelton as a technical product manager. I’ve been there for 16 years.

    Family: I’ve been married to John for 13 years. I met him on a blind date, 19 years ago. We have two children. Matthew is 7 and Allison is 5 years old. Allison was Newtown’s First Baby in 2009.

  • Snapshot: Bill McCarthy

    Occupation: I am the CFO at Newtown Savings Bank, and this summer will make 15 years I’ve been doing this. I take care of anything financial — budgeting, reporting, profitability reporting, and a lot of other things.

    Family: My wife Margaret and I have been married for 18 years. We have a son, Tim, who is 12, and a daughter, Ally, who is 9 years old.

  • Snapshot: Nancy Belanger

    Occupation: I’m retired from Cartus Relocation in Danbury, after 25 years, a great company to work for.

    Family: I’ve been married to Eddie for 46 years. We have two children. Susan is married to Chris Quirk, and they live in Newtown. Jeff is married to Megan and they live in Bellingham, Mass. We have two fabulous grandchildren. Henri is 4 years old, and Sophie is 6 years old. My brother, Bob Chamberland, also lives in Sandy Hook.

  • Snapshot: Russ Moore

    Occupation: I am the owner of Extreme Fitness Martial Arts in Plaza South, and an instructor in kickboxing and karate there.

    Family: I’m married to Cindy. We have six children, Christian is 16; Hailee is 14; Alex is 9; Jessie is 6; Julian is 4; and Jagger is 2 years old.

    Pets: We have one dog. It’s a Tibetan terrier, a little, tiny, hairy thing named Biscuit. Biscuit is 2 years old.

  • Snapshot: Jim Chillington

    Occupation: I am a roofing contractor, and when I can get away, I like to get out and do some oil painting. I do a lot of landscapes and local scenes. I traded some contracting for art classes at Silvermine a few years ago, but I’m pretty much self-taught. I do a lot of painting with my palette knife.

    Family: I’m married to Elyce. We have two kids. Tori, our daughter, is 14, and James Jr is 13. Both are on the Honor Roll, which is great.

  • Snapshot: Dr Meri Rosco

    Occupation: I’m an evidence-based chiropractor specializing in nutrition, sports medicine, and muscular anomalies. I even treat cellulite. Everything I do, there’s research to back it up. What I do is massage, a lot of muscle lengthening, and tension reducing techniques, rather than adjustments. My office is in the old Victorian house on the corner of The Boulevard. I work part-time at Extreme Fitness Martial Arts in Plaza South, too.

  • Snapshot: Lynda Weber

    Occupation: I am the owner and instructor of Yoga Dimensions in Newtown. I’ve been an instructor for over ten years, and we’ll have been at our South Main Street location for ten years in April 2014.

    Family: I have two boys. Jamie is a sophomore at Salve Regina University in Newport, R.I., and P.J. is an associate editor at a publishing company in New York.

    Pets: No pets, right now.

  • Snapshot: Jen Reilly

    Occupation: I’m a teacher, but right now I’m taking time off to be with my kids. Most recently, I was teaching fifth grade at St Rose School. I’ve taught just about every elementary grade over the years, at various schools.