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Dedicated to Our Community

Attorneys Ahlberg and Glad are dedicated to serving the community.  Ahlberg & Glad LLC embraces community service and the important social impact we can make. Our staff share their talents, skills and resources to improve the communities where our clients live and work.

Kurt M. Ahlberg

Service has been a hallmark of Attorney Ahlberg's career.  

He has previously served as an Assistant Town Attorney for the town of Stratford where he helped protect residential neighborhoods from overdevelopment, worked to preserve Roosevelt Forest and the McKinney Wildlife Refuge in the Great Meadows, and remove tolls from the Merritt Parkway.   He also served as a Fact Finder/Arbitrator in the Bridgeport Superior Court and as a member of the Local Panel of the Statewide Grievance Committee for Judicial District of Ansonia/Milford.  Kurt served as the Judge of Probate of the Town of Stratford from 2014-2018.

Kurt has also been involved with numerous community groups including the Stratford Police Activities League, Stratford Red Cross, Stratford YMCA, youth sports coaching with Little League and Sterling House Community Center, as a lector at St. Mark Church and as the Stratford Representative to the Greater Bridgeport Regional Planning Agency. ​

In 2021 Kurt was presented with the Lighthouse award in recognition of his volunteer service to the community.

Carl A. Glad

Attorney Glad is an active supporter of the community and tries to make a positive social impact each day.  Carl recently finished six years on the Sterling House Community Center Board of Directors, the last three as Chair.  He is currently the Chair of the Town of Stratford Commission on Aging and is a member of the Southwestern Connecticut Agency on Aging Board of Directors.  Carl also coaches youth basketball and youth lacrosse and is member of the St. Mark School Father's Club.  You can find him scaling buildings, jumping into the frozen Long Island Sound and running mud runs in support of non-profits throughout the area.

In 2022 Carl was named the Sterling House Community Center Mary Hardy Award recipient in recognition of his service to Sterling House.  In 2021 he was presented with the Stratford Partnership for Youth and Families Making Extraordinary Differences and Leading Stratford award for his work in the community.

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