Wilton's Oldest Service Club


Relationship Between Hearing and Memory is Topic for Kiwanis Luncheon Wednesday, March 29


David Ogilvy, owner of AA Hearing Aid Center in Stamford, will talk Saturday on the relationship betwen hearing and memory.   Mr. Ogilvy has been helping people hear better for over 20 years!.

David grew up in Westport and is the youngest of nine. He also has a twin brother. He graduated from Ithaca College in upstate New York with a BS in Accounting and went on to obtain a CPA also in New York. He practiced with Price Waterhouse & Co. in Syracuse, New York.

Starting in the Hearing industry in 1995, David attended several Audiology courses at Northeastern University in Massachusetts. Training was enhanced under the tutelage of his father and brother, Peter, an Audiologist. David is a member of the International Hearing Society and became Board Certified in 1999.

Since 1996 many generations of Digital Hearing Instruments have been produced. David has continued to stay current with the latest in Digital Hearing Instrument Technology and utilizes Live Speech verification techniques to fine tune hearing instruments to their maximum potential for each patient.

Founded in 1951, Wilton Kiwanis is the Town's oldest Service Club.  Further information is available by contacting Bud Taylor at 203-354-0208.