O&G Industries, Connecticut’s largest privately-held construction company, held its fourth annual Retiree Picnic on July 15th at the Pavilion at La Bella Vista in Waterbury, CT. Over 175 retirees gathered for the 2017 event, tallying over 2,750 years of service to the company.
Among those honored was Tony Damiano who retired in December 2016, after 54 years with O&G. Damiano oversaw production for O&G’s network of quarries. At the event, Damiano was presented with an engraved stone handpicked from one of the quarries he oversaw. The inscription stated: “Tony Damiano: Our deepest respect and gratitude for 54 years of loyal dedication and innovation. The Oneglia Family”. The stone will be placed in a garden at his Thomaston home.
Photo Caption: O&G retiree Tony Damiano is pictured with Assistant Vice-President Kara Oneglia. Damiano was honored at O&G’s Retiree Picnic, stepping down in December after 54 years of service with the company.