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2013 Pension Data Added to CT Sunlight

EAST HARTFORD – The retired state employee with the largest pension benefit in 2013 was former Professor John Veiga, who received $283,273 according to new data compiled by the Yankee Institute for Public Policy for its online transparency database CTSunlight.org.

Veiga has had the largest pension benefit in the state since 2009.

Retiree Last Position Last Agency

2013 Pension Benefit

Veiga, John Professor UConn

$283,273

Blechner, Jack UConn Health Center

$278,342

Henken, Eleanor UConn Health Center

$246,900

Blanchette, Edward Corrections

$232,325

Hartley, Harry Professor UConn

$216,944

Judd, Richard Central Connecticut State University

$213,544

Sigman, Eugene UConn Health Center

$210,483

Dibenedetto, Anthony Professor UConn

$209,702

Raye, John UConn Health Center

$205,612

Cutler, Leslie UConn Health Center

$203,276

The entire list of state employees and calendar year 2013 pension amounts is available at CTSunlight.org.

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