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LI people on the move, July 30, 2012

Christopher J. Kutner has been elected first vice

Christopher J. Kutner has been elected first vice president of the Farmingdale College Foundation. The Rockville Centre resident has been a board member since 2009. He is a partner at the law firm of Farrell Fritz in Uniondale. Credit: Handout


Dr. Barry K. Douglas has joined the board of directors of The Maurer Foundation, a Hauppauge-based breast health education nonprofit. The Oyster Bay Cove resident is a physician with the Long Island Plastic Surgical Group, which has offices throughout Long Island and New York City.

Two new board members have been elected to The Farmingdale College Foundation. Robert C. Godfrey will serve as president. The Glen Cove resident has been a member of the foundation board since 2006. He is senior vice president at CB Richard Ellis, a commercial real estate firm with offices in Woodbury. Christopher J. Kutner will serve as first vice president. The Rockville Centre resident has been a board member since 2009. He is a partner at the law firm of Farrell Fritz in Uniondale.

Winthrop-University Hospital in Mineola has named three Garden City residents to its board of directors. Michelle Clark is head of United States consumer-retail specialty sales at Morgan Stanley. Sheila Jones Heslin is founder of SMJ Interiors, an interior design firm in Garden City. Mary Beth C. Tully is a member of the hospital's board of regents, and the boards of the Garden City Central Property Owners' Association, the United Hospital Fund and Palladia, Inc., a nonprofit, multiservice substance-abuse agency.


Joseph Aloi, of Coram, has joined Ringo, a vendor management system in Melville, as business development manager. Aloi held a similar post at VisionIT in Manhattan.


Robert J. DeMelfi has joined LPL Financial in Port Jefferson as a wealth management adviser. The Shirley resident previously was a financial adviser for Capital One Financial Advisors in Port Jefferson Station.


Gilbert S. Brindley has been named director of marketing at H2M, an architecture and engineering firm in Melville. The Coram resident previously was a principal and president of Benjamin Brindley & Sons -- an engineering and construction services firm that serves the insurance industry.


The Portledge School in Locust Valley has announced two new hires.

Simon Owen-Williams is the head of school. The Locust Valley resident previously was head of school at the Carlisle School in Martinsville, Va., for eight years. Vincent P. Torti is director of advancement. The Point Lookout resident previously was director of development for the Church of Saint Dominic in Oyster Bay.


Nicole Cosides, of Lynbrook, has been named creative director for HJMT Public Relations in Melville. Cosides was graphic designer and art director at NEXTGen Advertising in Ronkonkoma.

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