Hartford, CT East CMTA Branch

Welcome to our Branch

This CMTA branch serves the towns east of Hartford, CT, incorporating the Eastern Connecticut Health Network including Manchester, Glastonbury, East Hartford, Vernon, Rockville, Bolton, Hebron, Tolland, Coventry, East Windsor, South Windsor and Mansfield.

Hartford, CT East CMTA Branch
This CMTA branch serves the towns east of Hartford, CT, incorporating the Eastern Connecticut Health Network including Manchester, Glastonbury, East Hartford, Vernon, Rockville, Bolton, Hebron, Tolland, Coventry, East Windsor, South Windsor and Mansfield.

The Hartford, CT East CMTA Branch is for those who have Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease and their loved ones. We welcome you to join this vibrant group of active and caring individuals in your area to share resources, ideas, CMT-related information, and personal experiences and to, ultimately, build life-long friendships and support. Meetings will focus on CMT education, awareness, research updates, fundraising initiatives, advocacy, and current events and will include guest speakers. We love newcomers and hope you will join us at our next meeting!

71 Haynes St
Manchester
Connecticut
06040
Manchester Memorial Hospital, Conference Rm E
Roy Behlke

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Roy is a 75-year-old active senior who leads the Naples, FL CMTA Branch. In addition, he has started another CMTA branch in Hartford, CT. Roy was diagnosed with CMT1A at age 55 and currently wears AFOs, but can still play golf, the game he loves. He has been married to his wife Diana for 45 years and has a daughter and a son. Roy has a BS in Aero Engineering from U of Maryland and an MS from RPI. He worked for Pratt and Whitney Aircraft in CT for 45 years designing compressors for jet engines. He spends winters in Naples and summers in Manchester, CT. His hobbies are model railroading and spending time with his 4 grandchildren.
239-682-6785
Diane Lindsay

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Diane has a BS in computer science and worked as a computer software analyst before taking advantage of an early retirement in 2003. She was born with CMT but was not officially diagnosed until she was in her 50's. She knew something was wrong, but her doctors didn’t know about CMT, so she was diagnosed with a number of ailments from a big toe too short for balance to vertigo. Diane was born in a small town in Quebec and spoke only French until she came to the US at age 18. She’s happy to be supporting Roy with the Hartford Branch.
860-670-4417

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