GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich Police Department swore in five new officers at Greenwich Town Hall in front of officials and the new officers' family and friends on Monday.
Daniel J. Corcoran, Matthew A. Costella, Frank R. Eisenach-Fedak, Andrew A. Greco and Casey R. Hutchings were sworn in by First Selectman and Police Commissioner Peter Tesei.
Greco, a Riverside resident, is UConn graduate with a degree in political science and psychology. Before becoming a police officer, he worked in commercial realty as a director of sales. Before that, he was the owner/operator of his own company that provided property maintenance to full landscape projects that included planting.
He was responsible for all aspects of the business including client interaction and the company accounting. He is active with the Cos Cob Fire Police Patrol and has recently passed Fire I and Hazmat Operations.
Hutchings, a Ridgefield resident, graduated from Fordham University with a degree in economics. Before becoming a police officer, he worked as an equity trader for AMR Capital in Manhattan. He resigned from his position to be a stay-at-home dad to his newborn son, now 2 years old.
Eisenach-Fedak, a Trumbull resident, graduated from Iona College with a degree in education. Before becoming a police officer, he worked as a teacher in the Bronx teaching seventh-grade religion as well as physical education to kids in kindergarten through eighth grade.
Costella, a Bethel Resident, graduated from Western Connecticut State University with a degree in accounting. Before becoming a police officer, he worked as a Relocation Accounting Analyst in Danbury.
Corcoran, a Canton resident, graduated from Central Connecticut State University with a degree in criminal justice / geographical information science. Before becoming a police officer, he worked as a Public Safety Supervisor for the IPC International Corporation in Farmington, providing public safety, medical assistance and other types of service to mall patrons.
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