Thomas Willdigg, retired leader of the union representing Nassau County...

Thomas Willdigg, retired leader of the union representing Nassau County police detectives, has been named to the advisory board of VotRite, a Mineola-based company that leases electronic voting equipment. Willdigg is a Massapequa resident. Credit: VotRite

BOARDS / ASSOCIATIONS

Thomas Willdigg, retired leader of the union representing Nassau County police detectives, has been named to the advisory board of VotRite, a Mineola-based company that leases electronic voting equipment. Willdigg is a Massapequa resident.

Patricia Pryor-Bonica has joined the board of Mommas House, a Wantagh-based residential program for homeless young mothers and children. The Bayville resident is president of Pryor Personnel Agency in Hicksville and has been involved with both Family and Children's Association and the Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence.

FINANCE

Corey I. Stein, a financial adviser and member of The Annunziato Maniscalco & Stein Group at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in Jericho, has been appointed first vice president and senior investment management consultant. He lives in Roslyn Heights.

Elliott Lavietes has joined Sanders Thaler & Associates in Jericho as its tax director. He comes from Citrin Cooperman in Manhattan where he was a tax partner. Lavietes is a Bellmore resident.

HEALTH CARE

Dr. Lina Obeid has been appointed dean for research and professor of medicine at Stony Brook School of Medicine. Obeid, a physician-scientist and biomedical researcher, most recently served as Boyle professor of medicine in the division of geriatrics and professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at the Medical University of South Carolina. She lives in East Setauket.

NONPROFIT

Mary Timmons has been named executive director of the Townwide Fund of Huntington, a fundraising group that distributes grants to charities within Huntington. The Huntington resident was previously the marketing manager for Pauli of Vienna, a Florida-based distributor of skin care products.

TECHNOLOGY

Gregory McCastle has been named president, Cablevision media sales at Cablevision Systems Corporation in Bethpage. Before joining Cablevision, he was senior vice president, AT&T Services and a member of the senior leadership team for AT&T Advertising Solutions organization. He was also head of AT&T Adworks. McCastle is a Larchmont resident.

April A. Hernandez has joined Delta Computer Group in Farmingdale as a marketing assistant. She was previously a paralegal at the Bayport law office of Bruce P. Vetri. She lives in Sound Beach.

LAW

Dennis J. Brady of Searingtown, James P. Gilroy of Pleasantville, Edward K. Kitt of Manhasset, and Gary A. Marshall Jr. of Massapequa have joined the Garden City office of Goldberg Segalla. Brady joins as a partner. He was a founder and managing partner of MacKay, Wrynn & Brady in Douglaston.

Gilroy is a trial attorney, and Kitt has a long history dealing with labor law and malpractice claims. Both join as special counsel.

Marshall, who represents clients in general litigation matters, joins as an associate. Gilroy, Kitt and Marshall were previously lawyers at MacKay, Wrynn & Brady.

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