The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce has elected three new officers.
James Skidmore of Patchogue, general manager of Toast Coffeehouse in Patchogue and owner/co-founder of Fathom Clothing in Patchogue, has been elected president.
Tiffany Rivera of Medford, general manager of Roast Coffee & Tea Trading Co. in Patchogue, has been elected corresponding secretary.
Alicia DeMonte of Deer Park, account executive and media specialist at Newsday in Melville, has been elected recording secretary.
Helmut Schuler of Garden City, retired president of RBS Plastics Co. in Mount Vernon, has been elected to the board of directors of RotaCare in Uniondale, which facilitates free primary health care to the most marginalized on Long Island.
Marian Conway of Lindenhurst, executive director of the New York Community Bank Foundation, formerly the Roslyn Savings Foundation, has been named chair of the Empire State College Foundation Board.