Congratulations to our very own Jeremy Patterson! He was honored in Stamford, CT this week and received the Keys to the City from Mayor David Martin and Michael Handler, the city’s Director of Administration. Jeremy received a mounted key to the city as thank you for his hard work and counsel to the city during the complicated moving and reconstruction process over the last six months.
Jeremy was thanked for his work by Historical Society chairman Pam Coleman and Stamford Historical Society president and executive director Thomas Zoubek.
Jeremy assisted in the move of the historic Hoyt-Barnum house, Stamford’s oldest building which was built in 1699. It was moved to its new location next to the Stamford Historical Society and will finally open for the first time since it was relocated in November.
Thanks Jeremy for your awesome work and congratulations on this amazing accomplishment. Check out the article featured in the Stamford Advocate.