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Long Island hires and promotions: Derek Gussaroff, Bethpage Federal Credit Union

Derek Gussaroff of Huntington has been hired as

Derek Gussaroff of Huntington has been hired as a mortgage loan originator for outside sales at Bethpage Federal Credit Union in Bethpage. Photo Credit: Bethpage Federal Credit Union

LENDING

Derek Gussaroff of Huntington has been hired as a mortgage loan originator for outside sales at Bethpage Federal Credit Union in Bethpage. He was a mortgage loan originator with New Penn Financial in Melville.

Cindy Morico of Hauppauge has been hired as director of human resources at Franklin First Financial Ltd. in Melville. She was a human resources manager at EIHAB Human Services in Springfield Gardens, Queens.

BOARDS

Dr. George D. Yancopoulos of Yorktown Heights, chief scientific officer of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. and president of Regeneron Laboratories in Tarrytown, has been elected to the board of trustees at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in Cold Spring Harbor.

LAW

Abrams, Fensterman, Fensterman, Eisman, Formato, Ferrara & Wolf LLP of Lake Success has two new hires.

Robert Eagan of Seaford has joined the firm as a partner in the health care practice in Lake Success. He was a partner at Hoffman, Polland and Furman PLLC in Manhattan.

Jonathan Hoffman of Great Neck has joined as a partner in the health care practice in Lake Success. He was the managing partner at Hoffman, Polland and Furman PLLC in Manhattan.

CORRECTION: Cindy Morico, of Hauppauge, has been hired as director of human resources at Franklin First Financial Ltd. in Melville. Her name was misspelled in previous versions of this story.

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