GADC celebrates 35th anniversary in style

Susan Bevan posed with Anthony F. Daddino, whose work for GADC was honored at the celebration.

Susan Bevan posed with Anthony F. Daddino, whose work for GADC was honored at the celebration.

Greenwich Adult Day Care River House (GADC) celebrated its 35th anniversary last September alongiside 220 guests at a black tie gala at Indian Harbor Yacht Club.

The event also served as an opportunity to honor Anthony Daddino for his nine years of service on the organization’s board of directors and for his integral role in the Campaign for GADC’s future. Guests enjoyed food and drink, bid on a live auction lead by Simon Teakle and danced the night away to music from The Bob Hardwick Sound. GADC said that credit for the event had to go to co-chairs Kath Burgweger, Alice Melly, Anne Niemeth and Caralyn Stevens.

The event was underwritten by Edith J. and Roy B. Simpson, Anne M. and Charles F. Niemeth, Carlson and Carlson, Inc., Wells Fargo Private Bank, Gale and Bob Lawrence and Steven A. and Alexandra M. Cohen Foundation.

GADC was formed to provide individualized care for the growing senior population in Greenwich as well as counseling for their caregivers. Its programs have grown from modest beginnings to become essential to many families in the Greenwich and Stamford communities.

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