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Long Island hires and promotions: Gail DiGiacomo, Suffolk Federal

Gail DiGiacomo, of Bohemia, is the new branch

Gail DiGiacomo, of Bohemia, is the new branch manager at Suffolk Federal Credit Union in Commack. Photo Credit: Suffolk Federal Credit Union

BANKING

Suffolk Federal Credit Union announces two new promotions.

Gail DiGiacomo, of Bohemia, has been promoted to branch manager at the Commack office. She was assistant branch manager in the West Babylon office.

Megan Diehl, of Patchogue, has been promoted to assistant branch manager at the Medford office. She was a senior financial services representative there.

Diane Duel, of Oceanside, has been appointed vice president of the banking division and branch manager at Astoria Bank in Greenvale. She was vice president of retail banking and business development at Hanover Community Bank in Garden City Park.

ASSOCIATIONS

The Long Island Builders Institute in Islandia, a residential trade association, has elected board officers for 2016.

Grant Havasy, of Huntington, president of Blue & Gold Corp. in Riverhead, has been elected vice president.

Sal Ferro, of Huntington, president of Alure Home Improvements in Hempstead, has been elected treasurer.

Peter Florey, of Huntington, principal of D & F Development in Hempstead, has been elected secretary.

John Ratto, of Huntington, president of J. Ratto Landscaping in Riverhead, has been elected associate vice president.

CORRECTION: Diane Duel has been appointed vice president of the banking division and branch manager at Astoria Bank in Greenvale. The community was incorrect in previous versions of this story.

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