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O'Sullivan Award - Kevin Moffett

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The ODTC established this annual award to commemorate the O’Sullivan family’s legacy of public service. It's given in recognition of an Orange resident who demonstrates outstanding community service through their involvement in local, state, and/or national government.

2019

Kevin Moffett

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Kevin Moffett graduated from Hamden High School -1964 where he played football for 3 years and hockey for 2 years. Kevin attended Quinnipiac College then entered the Army Reserve serving six years as a medic in the 340th General Hospital Unit. 

Kevin graduated from The University of New Haven with a degree in Business Administration.
He was employed for many years as a Senior Buyer for the Yale University Facilities Dept.

In the Town of Orange, Kevin served as a member of the Parks and Recreation Commission, was a Town Constable, and a Member of the Board of Finance. A longtime member of the Orange Democratic Town Committee, Kevin has served on the Nominating Committee and always lends a helping hand to all of the events and elections. He was involved in town youth programs serving as a baseball and basketball coach. He also served as a director of the Orange Little League and as President of the Orange Babe Ruth League for nine years. 

Kevin served as a Lecturer and Eucharistic minister at Holy Infant Church in Orange. As a member of the NHFOA, he officiated seven state playoff game including the 1993 State final between Putnam High and Trinity Catholic of Stamford. Kevin was a director of NHFOA Former President of the NHFOA and Secretary of the organization. 

Kevin is a member of the EAIFO College football organization having served as Vice President of the organization. He had the privilege to have worked four NCAA playoff games including the 2003 national quarter-finals. He is also a Member of the Board #10 basketball board, CT Women’s Lacrosse Officials Board and the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame, and the New Haven Gridiron Club. 

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