Board of Directors
Susan Regan, Chairman
Christopher Weber, DVM - Salmon Brook Veterinary Hospital
Richard McGeary, Co Founder & Chief Business Development Officer, ChiefofStaff.com
Emil Dotta, Blacksmith III Fairer Services
Mark Roderick, Roderick Construction, LLC
David Howlett, MD - East Granby Family Practice
Robert Krug, MD, President and Medical Director of Mount Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital
Chair and Director of the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine's Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine and Center for
U.S. Veterans Rehabilitation at Quinnipiac University.
Major Christopher Miller, Commandant, 1st Company Governor's Horse Guard
John Bennett, Jr. - Horse Unit Supervisor, University of Connecticut
Senator John A. Kissel (R) CT-7 Chief Deputy Minority Leader
Representative Bill Simanski (R) CT-062
Gregory F. DeManche, Esquire - DeManche McChristian, LLC Attorneys at Law
Kenneth Endres, DDS - Salmon Brook Dental
Paige McCullough-Casciano, CTRS, Mount Sinai Hospital and Rehabilitation Hospital
Irfan Munawar, MD - Chief of Behavioral Health, ST. Francis Hospital and Medical Center
Arthur H. House - Chief Cyber-security Officer, State of CT
Tegan Blackburn, Esquire
Foxfield F.A.R.M. Welcomes its Board Members
“What a terrific and inspiring example of community-minded people working to make a positive impact in the lives of our vets,” State Senator John Kissel (R) said. “The Regans, through this foundation, are simply saying ‘thank you’ to the men and women who have made such tremendous sacrifices to protect our freedom. I commend the Regans on their work and I am honored to be a Foxfield F.A.R.M. board member. Many Veterans will see an improved quality of life thanks to the therapy offered right here in Granby.”
“I will be spreading the word about Foxfield F.A.R.M. to my fellow legislators at the State Capitol,” said Sen. Kissel. “We are always looking for best practices in supporting Veterans and this is a great story to tell. The therapy provided by Foxfield F.A.R.M. is innovative, and I think policymakers at all levels of government can learn from it.”
Foxfield F.A.R.M. Corporation is in partnership with Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Mount Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital and The Frank Netter School of Medicine Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine at Quinnipiac University with regard to their respective medical and research work with PTSD patients. In addition, the First Company Governor's Horse Guard is a collaborative supporter via volunteers and the provision of an optional extended equestrian experience should any Veteran wish to ride or join the oldest mounted troop in the United States.
Caption: L-R Back Row: Kenneth Endres, DDS; Tim McCarthy, CPA; Gregory F. DeManche, Esquire; Christopher Weber, DVM
L-R Front Row: Paige McCullough-Casciano, CTRS (Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist), Mount Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital; Representative Bill Simanski (R) CT062; Bill Regan, Vice President, Foxfield F.A.R.M. Corporation; “Tita” ; Susan Regan, President & Founder, Foxfield F.A.R.M. Corporation and Senator John A. Kissel (R) ST07.
Missing from the photo: Robert Krug, MD; Mark Roderick; David Howlett, MD; John Bennett, Jr.; Sarah St. Germain, Emil Dotta and Major Christopher Miller.