Brian McDonnell, of Torrington, won $30,000 on the 30X Cash ticket offered at Lucky Star in Torrington. (Photo: Ct Lottery Photo)

February was a lucky month for several Connecticut residents playing state Lottery games,

Towards the top of their email list was Gabriela Macquarrie, of Stamford, who won $200,000 on the $200,000 Silver ticket offered at Stop & Shop in Stamford.

There have been also two Trumbull residents who won $100,000 each and the other who won $99,403.

This is the full list of players who’ve recently won $10,000 or more:

The lucky winners

Paul Tuscano, of Cheshire: $100,000 on the Powerball ticket offered at Sunshine Convenience Store in Cheshire.

Rosa Dejesus, of Torrington: $100,000 on the $100,000 Cashword ticket offered at Lucky Star in Torrington.

Daniel Kline, of Trumbull: $100,000 on the Casino Royale ticket offered at Greenwich Sunoco in Greenwich.

Michael Mastroni, of Trumbull: $100,000 on the Premiere Play ticket offered at Stop & Shop in Shelton.

John White-colored, of Shelton: $100,000 on the Cash 5 ticket offered at Captains Food Mart in Bridgeport.

James McDonald, of Fairfield: $100,000 on the Cash 5 ticket offered at Cumberland Farms in Fairfield.

James Migliore, of Trumbull: $99,403 on the Cash 5 ticket offered at Trumbull Food Mart in Trumbull.

More lucky winners

Natalie Degreenia Woodward, of Middletown: $10,000 on the 10X Cash ticket offered at East Primary Street Irving.

Beatriz Rodriguez, of Bridgeport: $30,000 on the 30X Cash ticket offered at Bridgeport Minimart.

Thomas Amann Junior., of Milford: $10,000 on the $5,000,000 Ultimate ticket offered at Krauszers Super Market in West Haven.

Glorianna Restrepo, of Norwalk: $10,000 on the 30X Cash ticket offered at Brookfield Sunoco in Brookfield.

James Dellisola, of East Haven: $10,002 on the Keno ticket offered at Krauszer‘s in New Haven.

Valerie Master Trusty, of Milford: $30,000 on the 30X Cash ticket offered at Stop & Shop in Milford.

Deowantie Chandrika, of Stamford: $30,000 on the 30X Cash ticket offered at Shippan Candies in Stamford.

Robert Dorin, of Fairfield: $20,000 on the 20X Cash ticket offered at Connecticut Avenue Service Station in Norwalk.

Naftaly Shlomo, of Fairfield: $10,000 on the 30X Cash ticket offered at Pam’s Mall in Bridgeport.

Charles Miers, of Norwalk: $20,000 on the 20X Cash ticket offered at Glens Variety Plus in Norwalk.

John McDonnell, of Torrington: $30,000 on the 30X Cash ticket offered at Lucky Star of Torrington.

Nadja Wallace, of Torrington: $20,000 on the 20X Cash ticket offered at Cost Chopper in Torrington.

Claudia Lengthy, of Redding: $20,000 on the 20X Cash ticket offered at Sam’s Food in Bethel.

Valon Pacuku, of Wallingford: $20,000 on the 20X Cash ticket offered at Pramukh Foodmart in Wallingford.

William Elmore, of Bridgeport: $25,000 on the $250,000 Cashword ticket offered at Fairfield Market in Bridgeport.

Katherine Frazier Fillmore, of Middletown: $50,000 on the Powerball ticket offered at Hnz Petro Plus in Middletown.

Jennifer Morales, of Stamford: $10,000 on the 10X Cash ticket offered at Cove Variety in Stamford.

Howard Elkin, of Bethel: $10,000 on the 20X Cash ticket offered at J & R Shelter Rock Road in Danbury.

Mark Ceperley, of New Milford: $50,000 on the Super Cashword ticket offered at Snz Enterprises in New Milford.

Robert Hughes, of Milford: $25,000 on the 25 Grand ticket offered at In N Out Marlyt in Milford.

Franco Chieffalo, of Norwalk: $10,000 on the 20X Cash ticket offered at Pressure Discount Tobacco in Norwalk.

Ahmad Bilal, of Waterbury: $23,332 on the Play 4 ticket offered at Shop Smart in Seymour.

Jose Cordero Jr., of Shelton: $10,000 on the 30X Cash ticket offered at Stew Leonard’s in Danbury.

Mauricio Alcantara, of Norwalk: $30,000 on the 30X Cash ticket offered at Woodward Liquor in Norwalk.

Robin Armstrong, of Naugatuck: $20,000 on the 20X Cash ticket offered at Thomaston Xtra Mart in Thomaston.

Albert McFadden Jr., of New Haven: $20,000 on the 20X Cash ticket offered at Stop & Shop in New Haven.

Jaime Caceres Caceres, of Stamford: $20,000 on the 20X Cash ticket offered at Shippan Candies in Stamford.

Faruk Kurak, of Middletown: $20,208 on the Play 4 ticket offered at Sunoco A Plus in Middletown.

Salwa Jaser, of West Haven: $10,000 on the 10X Cash ticket offered at Krauszers Super Market in West Haven.

Charles Alan Pendleton, of Chester: $77,777 on the Fireball 7s ticket offered at Zeb Convenience Store in Chester.

Frederick Furino, of North Haven: $20,000 on the 20X Cash ticket offered at J & H Food Mart in North Haven.

Meng Lou, of Bridgeport: $10,000 on the $100,000 Cashword ticket offered at Super Stop & Shop in Fairfield.

Daniel Lewis, of Stamford: $10,000 on the $5,000,000 Ultimate ticket offered at Crossroads Card And Gift in Norwalk.

Kevin Masotti, of Rocky Hill: $30,000 on the 30X Cash ticket offered at Stop & Shop in Cromwell.

Nicholas Khamarji Sr., of Easton: $55,555 on the Power 5s ticket offered at Daybreak Doughnuts in Bridgeport.

Charles Miers, of Norwalk: $20,000 on the 20X Cash ticket offered at Mobil in Norwalk.

Louisa Printz, of Naugatuck: $10,009 on the Keno ticket offered at E & M Park Fuels in Bridgeport.

Kensley Brown, of Bridgeport$10,000 on the 30X Cash ticket offered at Turind LLC in Bridgeport.

Michael Sekas, of Orange $10,000 on the 10X Cash ticket offered at Ohm Grocery Mart in Orange.

Milda Leonard, of Trumbull $10,000 on the $100,000 Cashword ticket offered at Trumbull Food Mart in Trumbull.

Merlene King, of Shelton $10,000 on the 10X Cash ticket offered at Stop & Shop in Shelton.

Michael Morcaldi, of North Haven $10,000 on the 30X Cash ticket offered at North Haven Petro in North Haven.

Dereck Nunes Neto, of New Britain: $13,020 on the Play 4 ticket offered at Winchester Xtra Mart in Winsted.

David Johnson Sr., of Stratford: $20,000 on the 20X Cash ticket offered at Alltown Nichols Ave in Trumbull.

Jesus Zotelo, of Norwalk: $59,375 on the Play 4 ticket offered at Norwalk News And Smokes in Norwalk.

The Connecticut Lottery publishes their list of prize winners of $10,000 or more on its site. Based on its rules: “Winners cannot remain anonymous. The CT Lottery will consider a winner’s name, city/town, and prize to be a matter of public record, unless of course the winner creates a valid protective order or Address Confidentiality Program authorization card.”

Some winners claim prizes utilizing their names, some winners come forward using other legal entities (i.e., trusts, business partnership) to claim their prizes – and also to better shield their identities. In certain instances, the lottery will promote the winner by using their legal entity’s name.

A version of this story originally appeared here.

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