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Connecticut Key Human Services A Word from the President
On Wednesday June 8, 2011, Mark Ritter announced his retirement from Key Human Services, Inc. As many of you know, Mark moved to Connecticut in 1989 with his wife Sue and their three children. Since then, Mark has worked tirelessly to build an agency completely aligned with the Keystone Vision. Mark’s work has touched the lives of more than 3000 people in Connecticut alone. Key Human Services is an outstanding human service provider in the State of Connecticut as a result of Mark’s iconic influence.
I have worked for Mark since January 1997. I have learned so much from him during these years. I will treasure many memories and am eager to have Mark as an advisor and guide as we continue to pursue Key’s goals and dreams.
Mark will begin his next adventure with a trip to India as a reminiscence of his years in the Peace Corps. We all wish Mark a wonderful and exciting retirement. Mark and I appreciate your support during this time of transition. I look forward to working with everyone affiliated with Key and Keystone in my new role as Interim President and CEO.
Mary Beth O’Neill
President and CEO