Daniel Arsenault, aid to former Gov. Malloy, dies at 31

Conn. (WTNH) — The assist to former Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy passed away Christmas Eve.

Daniel Arsenault, 31, of Hartford, served as the Assistant to the chief of body of workers of the office of the Governor beneath the Malloy administration.

He assumed the position of Public guidance Officer and the Legislative classes manager for the Connecticut branch of Housing. In these roles, he helped additional initiatives to help supply economical housing alternate options for residents within the state.

Arsenault turned into on the Board of directors for hands On Hartford, a social service non-earnings that served the capital city’s challenged residents with food, housing, and health.

Most lately, Arsenault worked as a lobbyist at O’Neill and associates.

He died peacefully on Christmas Eve after an accident.