From left: Westfield Police Officer Ricardo Johnson, Rose O’Hare of the Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity, REDCOM Design & Construction LLC President Gregory J. Redington, Police Chief Christopher Battiloro, Officer Tiffany Kenny, Police Chaplain Keith Gibbons and Michael Ghabrial, REDCOM’s manager of maintenance and small projects, participate in the church’s annual food drive. — Courtesy: REDCOM
By Joshua Burd
Executives and employees of REDCOM Design & Construction took part last week in a food drive in the firm’s hometown of Westfield, helping to raise $2,500 in donations.
The design-build construction company raised both monetary and food donations for the Catholic Church of the Holy Trinity. Those in attendance included REDCOM President Gregory J. Redington and Michael Ghabrial, the firm’s manager of maintenance and small projects, along with Westfield Police Chief Christopher Battiloro, Father Anthony Randazzo, Deacon Keith Gibbons and Deacon Tom Pluta of Holy Trinity.
REDCOM raised the funds through employee donations and a two-to-one corporate match, the firm said. According to a news release, the first day of the food drive included the setup of Holy Trinity’s food sorting tables and a collection organized by the Westfield Police Department in Westfield High School’s parking lot.
The following day, volunteers sorted the food in Holy Trinity’s auditorium, the news release said. It was the second of three food drives that Holy Trinity organizes for the local community.