Kevin Packingham has been appointed executive vice president of product management at Cablevision Systems Corp. in Bethpage. He previously served as chief product officer at Samsung Telecommunications America in Dallas and resides in Manhattan.


Kerri McGinnis of Westbury has joined PL Developments, a supplier of over-the-counter health remedies in Westbury, as senior account services specialist. She was allocation manager at G.H. Bass & Co. in Manhattan.


DeBlat & Garrett Real Estate in Oceanside has announced the hiring of two new agents.

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Natalie Balboa of Oceanside joins as an associate broker. She previously held a similar position at Baldwin Realty, also in Oceanside.

Jeffrey Sweeney of Babylon joins as a real estate salesman. He is newly licensed and earned his license at The American Real Estate School in Hauppauge.

Randell E. Beck of Westbury joins Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty in Carle Place as an associate broker. He was formerly a director of assessment management at Starret Corporation in Manhattan.

Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty has announced that three new agents have joined its Stony Brook office. All are from Virginia A. O'Dwyer Real Estate in Stony Brook, where they previously held similar positions.

Stephen Healy of Stony Brook joins as a real estate salesman.

Sean A. Riley of East Setauket joins as a real estate salesman.

Ann S. Strong of Setauket joins as an associate broker.


Michael A. Levy of Lattingtown has become a member of the mediator advisory committee of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. He is an attorney at Westerman Ball Ederer Miller & Sharfstein in Uniondale and founder and chief executive of CAMS, Comprehensive Arbitration & Mediation Services in Uniondale.

Josh H. Kardisch of East Meadow has joined the executive board of the Lawyers for Israel Society, an arm of the Jewish National Fund. He is a senior partner at the Garden City law firm Kardisch Law Group.

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Suffolk Federal Credit Union has announced two members have been re-elected to its board of directors.

Phil F.T. Bauccio of East Islip has been elected director. He is the president and founder of Phil Bauccio Consultants & Associates and an adjunct professor of business at Dowling College.

Edward J. Reilly of Blue Point has been elected secretary. He is a retired supervisor of the Suffolk County Water Authority and former chief of the Patchogue Fire Department.


Driven Local, a digital ad agency in Melville, has announced two promotions.

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Nick Gambacorta of Hauppauge has been promoted to SEM senior account analyst. He previously served as SEM account analyst.

Billy Mark of Smithtown has also been promoted to SEM senior account analyst. He previously served as SEM account analyst.

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