3 Mar 2014
Dr. Seth Lapuk, Connecticut
I was raised in a family committed to volunteerism. The American Heart Association has given me a home to continue this tradition. I have been a member of the North Central Connecticut Board of The American Heart Association for 4...
3 Sep 2013
Karen Christensen, Connecticut
I am a volunteer with the American Heart Association and a true believer in its mission. I have participated as a Team Captain for the Heart Walk in West Haven, am looking to expand my activity in the “You’re the Cure”...
9 Jul 2013
Meig Walz Newcomb, Connecticut
Meig Walz Newcomb, of Madison, lost her husband Chris on January 20, 2012 to Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Meig had decided that she wanted to bring awareness to the importance of knowing CPR and signs of a heart attack. She also...
6 Jun 2013
Bruce Hoffman, Connecticut
Working as a volunteer advocate for the American Heart Association has become a real passion of mine. I wear many hats in my professional life and I see firsthand the importance of AHA’s advocacy agenda. I am also a volunteer...
17 Sep 2012
Len Wallace, Connecticut
I was born in 1982 with a rare congenital heart defect known as an endocardial cushion defect with a hypoplastic left ventricle. In laymen’s terms, I was born with a weakened left ventricle which would take a pulmonary banding in...