The effort to bring purpose-built homes for Weston’s seniors comes from a partnership between two Westonites with a shared vision to respect all generations in our town, and a personal goal to have great relations between their own parents and their school-age children.
Jess DiPasquale has been a fixture in town for 23 years. He currently is well-known for his service to the town as a Police Commissioner, where he is responsible for helping to maintain Weston’s high quality of life. As a member of the Weston Kiwanis, Weston Historical Society, and many other town organizations, Jess has put a premium on service to the community he calls home. He is CEO of the Alliance Group, a Westport-based Telecommunications company. Jess and his wife, Andrea have five children who have all attended Weston Schools with three children still in the School system. Jess plans to retire in Weston when all of the children are finished with School.
Joseph Lipton has worked on hundreds of successful real estate projects, bringing value to owners while respecting the current neighbors. These developments have ranged in size from NYC high-rise office buildings in Midtown, to luxury residential enclaves on the coast of Maine. Joe lives in Weston his wife, Florencia, two young sons, and his mother-in-law.
Both Jess and Joe are “active adults” themselves, as they are both over 55 years old. They believe, wholeheartedly, that valuing our eldest generation is the key to a dynamic community with a rich history and a strong future.