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Connecticut State Assembly Honors GOPIO Founder Dr. Thomas Abraham

Press Release
02/12/2015

Connecticut State Assembly honored Dr. Thomas Abraham, Founder President of the Global Organization of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO).  The official citation, signed by Connecticut Assembly Speaker Brendan Sharkey and Secretary of State Denise Merrill, says Dr. Abraham is being recognized for his dedicated service in helping the South Asian Indian community in becoming the strength of America. The citation was presented on February 7th evening at the Indian Republic Day Celebration organized by Milan Cultural Association held at Connecticut Legislative Assembly building in Hartford. CT. State Assembly was represented by  Assemblymen Dr. Prasad Srinivasan, Mark Tweedie and Russ Morin. An honor plaque was also presented to Dr. Abraham by Milan which was also recognized by CT State Assembly for its service to the community and society at large.

Photo: GOPIO Founder Dr. Thomas Abraham is being honored at the Connecticut State Assembly.

From L. to R. Ct. State Representative Mark Tweedie, Dr. Thomas Abraham, Bala Thiru, Rep. Dr. Prasad Srinivasan, Rep. Russ Morin and Milan President Suresh Sharma



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