Weston’s Citizen of the Year honored at ceremony

Stephan Grozinger, center, is presented with a plaque as Weston's Citizen of the Year by Police Commissioner Jess DiPasquale, left, and acting Police Chief Matt Brodacki. — Margaret Wirtenberg photo

Stephan Grozinger, center, is presented with a plaque as Weston’s Citizen of the Year by Police Commissioner Jess DiPasquale, left, and acting Police Chief Matt Brodacki. — Margaret Wirtenberg photo

Weston Volunteer firefighter Stephan Grozinger, was honored as Weston’s Citizen of the Year at  a ceremony at Weston Town Hall on Friday, June 9.

An attorney by trade, Grozinger has a strong record of community service in Weston. He has been a member of the fire department for the past 18 years. He served on Weston’s Planning and Zoning Commission for nine years,  and is currently a member of the board of directors of the Aspetuck Land Trust.

Working pro bono, Grozinger helped several local groups get their 501(c)(3) non-profit designations, including the Weston Food Pantry, Weston Football League, Lachat Town Farm, and Friends of the Weston Senior Center.

He is also the author of the recently published book Faith on a Stone Foundation: Free Will, Morality and the God of Abraham.

Stephan Grozinger with wife Claire Ingram and their daughter, Zoë. — Margaret Wirtenberg photo

Stephan Grozinger with wife Claire Ingram and their daughter, Zoë. — Margaret Wirtenberg photo

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