Huntington Hospital has added six new board members.
Joining the board are Sal Ferro, Patricia Galteri, Peter Klein, Frank Marzano, Norman St. George and Matthew Daidola.
Ferro, president and chief executive officer of Alure Home Improvements, was co-chair of the hospital’s Golf Classic in 2019 alongside Kris Amplo. In 2017, Ferro created the Ferro Foundation, which focuses on helping Long Island students, seniors and veterans.
Galteri is the chair of the wills, trusts and estates department at Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. She is also a member of the Northwell Health gift planning advisory committee.
Klein is the managing director/partner of Klein Wealth Management at HighTower Advisors. He was named the best philanthropist on Long Island in 2017 by Bethpage Federal Credit Union.
Marzano, founder and managing principal of GM Advisory Group, and his siblings provided a donation that created the Joanne Marzano Center for Minimally-Invasive Gynecologic Surgery at Huntington Hospital in honor of their mother.
St. George is a Supreme Court justice for the 10th Judicial District, which serves Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Additionally, Matthew Daidola is the new co-president of the Huntington Hospital Auxiliary and has just joined the hospital’s board. He is an attorney who will be studying at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine this fall.
“On behalf of myself and the rest of Huntington Hospital’s administration, we greatly appreciate these members of our community making this commitment to join our board and be there to help keep Huntington on the cutting edge of health care,” said Dr. Nick Fitterman, executive director of Huntington Hospital. “We are fortunate to have the expertise of these professionals as we can continue to best serve members of our community.”