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Bob Heffernan retires

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The executive director of Connecticut Green Industries is retiring after 24 years of service.

| October 3, 2013

Bob HeffernanBob Heffernan, executive director of Connecticut Green Industries, will retire this fall after 24 years of service.

Bob and his husband Allen Zeiner will start a new life together as owners of the White Horse Inn, a 25-room bed-and-breakfast at the entrance to the Sugarbush Mt. Ellen ski area in Fayston-Waitsfield, Vermont.

The Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association, Connecticut Florists Association, and Connecticut Greenhouse Growers Association will conduct searches to name his replacement.
 

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