JOSEPH M. PASTORE III, LEANNE M. SHOFI and WILLIAM M. DAILEY recently announced the formation of Pastore Shofi & Dailey L.L.C., a law firm focused on securities and commercial litigation, which is now open with offices in Stamford and New York City. Pastore, Shofi and Dailey have worked together for nearly two decades, having met at Kelley Drye & Warren L.L.P.
WEBSTER BANK recently announced the following appointments.
Al Falco of Ellington was recently hired as a senior vice president and senior private banker serving the Greater Hartford region. Falco most recently served as senior vice president and private client manager in the Private Wealth Management Division at U.S. Trust, Bank of America. He has a Bachelor in Sociology degree from the University of Hartford.
Jordan Arovas of Orange was promoted to senior vice president and manager of specialty banking. Arovas joined Webster in 2005 as a vice president to help launch the legal financial services division. He has a Bachelor in Economics degree from the University of Connecticut and an MBA from Sacred Heart University.
CINDY ROSSI, of Cheshire, was recently honored by The Physician Assistant Education Association with its inaugural Clinical Education Award in Seattle. Rossi is clinical associate professor of physician assistant studies and a senior clinical coordinator in the School of Health Sciences at Quinnipiac University and was recognized for her dedication to students.