‘Air’ replacement: Redding resident donates new computer to RHS student

Ridgefield resident Christopher Lanzarone was able to replace his stolen laptop last week thanks to the generous help of Redding resident John Sand. 

When Sand heard about Lanzarone’s brand-new MacBook Air was stolen from Ridgefield High School earlier in the year, he offered to cover the cost of a new laptop computer as well as a full license to Office 2016 for Mac.

"It’s just part of our commitment to give back to our local communities," said Sand, owner of Connecticut Computer Associates and a member of the Georgetown Volunteer Fire Department.