Thomas Nadolny

Fairfield Realtor and lifelong resident Thomas Nadolny has joined the Fairfield office of Prudential Connecticut Realty.

“We’re thrilled to extend a warm welcome to Tom,” said Fairfield Office Leader Melissa Riley. “Tom has an intimate understanding of the Fairfield community, having been born here and having attended the Fairfield school system. That kind of in-depth knowledge is invaluable for homebuyers and sellers, and will serve him well in his career.”

Nadolny, a certified public accountant, served as controller of a Stamford corporation for over 20 years. Following that, he began providing financial planning services as an independent consultant. Now, as a Realtor, Nadolny says his services nicely dovetail to benefit his customers.

Nadolny’s clients are buyers and sellers from throughout Fairfield County, though his core business remains in Fairfield.

Nadolny is a member of the Greater Fairfield County Board of Realtors, Connecticut Board of Realtors and National Association of Realtors. He also belongs to the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Nadolny earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Central Connecticut University. He resides in Fairfield with his wife and their two children.

Prudential Connecticut Realty maintains 63 sales offices throughout Connecticut. Its more than 1,800 sales executives have generated more than $6 billion in sales. The company offers a complete line of real estate and home services including relocation services, mortgages, move-in services, personal lines insurance and commercial services.

CBRB Supports Shelter

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Cares Foundation has made a $50,000 charitable contribution to My Sisters’ Place, a shelter for homeless women and children.

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Cares Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage of Connecticut and Westchester County, N.Y.

My Sisters’ Place started its first homeless shelter on Capen Street in Hartford in 1982. Today, it has three facilities providing numerous programs and services. During a typical year, My Sisters’ Place will serve over 600 women and children by providing housing, food and other basic needs.

“For years, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Cares Foundation has provided unprecedented financial support for the homeless women and children who call My Sisters’ Place home,” said Diane Paige-Blondet, executive director of My Sisters’ Place. “Their most recent donation will allow our organization to complete a special project for the children at My Sisters’ Place.”

“Our sales associates, managers and staff are committed to the communities that we serve,” said Peggy Doepper, president and chief operating officer of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. “Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is honored to play a part in helping women in need to restore their hope for the future. My Sisters’ Place is an extraordinary organization and we are proud to continue to support their important work.”

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s corporate offices in Connecticut/Westchester, N.Y., are located at 51-53 Kenosia Ave. in Danbury. CBRB’s Connecticut/ Westchester operations maintain approximately 2,400 sales associates at more than 55 offices across Connecticut and Westchester County.

My Sisters’ Place has been a safe haven for those who are suddenly forced into the streets due to domestic violence, eviction, unemployment or mental illness. Through guidance and empowerment, the organization helps those who have slipped into homelessness transition to a future of self-reliance and permanent, safe housing.