Clagnan's esteemed team of in-house artisans with extensive experience in designing and restoring stained glass art includes (from l.): Ray Clagnan, principal, Bob Johnson, Charles Morrison, USMC (Ret.), studio foreman, Dolores McGuire, partner, John Leddy, Frank Piedade, Chad Mesteller, and John Parise.
Dolores McGuire, Partner
Dolores' career covers a diverse range of industries, but she always found a way to incorporate creativity in the process. She spent 20 years on Wall Street as a Senior Executive, managing global projects. Her background also includes positions in insurance and as a partner in an advertising agency, where she designed marketing programs. Today, as a partner at Clagnan Stained Glass Studios, she oversees the company's operations. Dolores is proud to be a part of the growing number of today's MWBE businesses that are women- and minority-owned. Her love and appreciation of the finer things in life makes her transition into the world of stained glass design, renovation, and restoration a natural fit.
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Clagnan Stained Glass Studio, Inc.
phone: 732-256-9410 * fax: 732-256-9411
Raymond Clagnan, Principal
Surrounded by beauty and trained by remarkable stained glass artisans, Raymond apprenticed with his father, Bruno, from the time he was old enough to realize the importance of preserving stained glass windows. Learning from the finest talent, Raymond also studied the great masters of stained glass design from the Victorian era, especially Louis Comfort Tiffany, John Lafarge, and their contemporaries.
Graduating from Ramapo College, Raymond worked at several prominent studios before embarking on his own business that proudly bears his name. With more than 35 years' experience, Raymond is a hands-on principal, personally managing his studio's projects while providing leadership and mentorship to a new generation of artisans.
Among Raymond's many honors are receiving the Building Congress and Exchange Craftsmanship Award for the restoration and recreation of the Art Glass Domes of the Baltimore City Courthouse and for the fabrication and installation of stained glass windows at B'nai Israel Synagogue, Baltimore.