New Canaan resident honored for service
Published 12:00 am, Thursday, December 10, 2015
Dominican Sisters Family Health Service, Inc., a leading visiting nurse service providing home health care, honored New Canaan resident Anthony Domino, Jr. with the 2015 Mother Mary Walsh Award during its 2015 Hope Gala fundraiser at the Trump National Golf Club in Briarcliff Manor, N.Y., on Nov. 13.
The Mother Mary Walsh Award was established in honor of Mary Walsh, foundress of the Dominican Sisters of the Sick Poor.
Domino was chosen for the award because he fit the criteria of: reaching out to serve his community, demonstrating leadership and living out strong family values. The award is designed to recognize citizens who have contributed significantly to helping those in need.
“This year’s gala was our most successful fundraiser to date,” said Mary Zagajeski, President/CEO of Dominican Sisters Family Health Service. “Mr. Domino has done wonderful things to support our community and we were happy to acknowledge him for his philanthropic contributions.”
Domino is the managing director of Associated Benefit Consultants, LLC, based in Rye Brook, N.Y., a company that provides pension, profit sharing, deferred compensation, employee benefits, as well as financial and estate planning for their clients.
A chartered financial consultant and certified advisor in philanthropy, Domino is a graduate of Brown University and earned his master’s degree in Financial Services from the American College in Bryn Mawr, Penn. He lectures nationwide and has appeared on national radio and television programs discussing employee benefits and estate planning as well as an occasional columnist for the Westchester and Fairfield County Business Journals.
He is currently serving on the executive committee as immediate past president for the Association of Advanced Life Underwriting and effective January, he will be joining the board of trustees of The American College. He recently completed two terms as chairman of the board of trustees of Regis High School in New York City and is a director of Malta House in Norwalk.
For more information about Dominican Sisters Family Health Service, visit www.dsfhs.org.