Two Huntington residents have been promoted by the Army National Guard.
Maj. Gen. Ray Shields, the adjutant general for the State of New York, announced the promotion of Israel Mahadeo of Huntington Station to the rank of sergeant major. He is assigned to the Headquarters and Special troops Battalion, 396th Sustainment Brigade.
Richard Reilly of Huntington, assigned to the Headquarters and Support Company, 42nd Division Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, has been promoted to major.
AHRC Board of Directors
Carrie McDermott Goldman of Dix Hills has joined the board of directors of AHRC Nassau in Brookville.
She serves as associate professor in the School of Education and Human Services, coordinator of Graduate and Post-Graduate Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages & Bilingual Programs, director of Bilingual and TESOL Grants at Molloy College in Rockville Centre.
Heart of Community Award
Family Service League recently received an award for its work for the Long Island community. The Jaspan Schlesinger Heart of Community Awards are being distributed as part of the law firm’s 75th anniversary celebration donating to 75 local non-for-profits. From L to R: Karen Boorshtein, President and CEO, Family Service League, Laura Granelli Gerde, Jaspan Schlesinger LLP, Chair-Elect Family Service League.
Top Ranked at Daniel Gale Sotheby’s
Huntington resident Pamela Doyle took first place as production leader in the Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty rankings. Chief Executive Officer Deirdre O’Connell named top producers at virtual companywide meeting, addressing an audience of more than 1,000 real estate advisors, management and staff.
She first achieved the top spot in 2019 and last year placed third in the company. Doyle also was ranked second in the Unit Leader category in 2021.
Working out of the company’s Cold Spring Harbor office, Doyle is a longtime member of the Gold Circle of Excellence.