Frank T. MacInnis, chairman and CEO of Emcor Group, stands with Annie Jones, a resident at the Miss Laura M. Raymond Homes of Norwalk, Conn.

NORWALK, Conn. - Headquarters employees of Emcor Group Inc. devoted their annual summer outing to benefiting the Miss Laura M. Raymond Homes (MLRH), a 50-unit housing community for the elderly and disabled that provides housing for 60 elderly and disabled residents.

The company’s Norwalk-based employees undertook this initiative with a full day of activities including landscaping, socialization, and an old fashioned cookout for the residents of MLRH. Now a non-profit corporation that carries her name and that is funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Miss Laura Raymond was a life-long resident of Norwalk who dedicated her home and property to the care of the elderly and disabled.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for us to help those in our community,” said Frank MacInnis, chairman and CEO of Emcor, who participated in the day’s events.

“As a company that has built its reputation on being actively engaged on behalf of our clients, we are delighted to give back to a community that has always been exceedingly supportive of Emcor.”

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Publication date:10/13/2008