Suffolk Federal Re-Elects Board Members

Suffolk Federal Credit Union has re-elected PHIL F.T. BAUCCIO and FRANK C. TROTTA to its Board of Directors.

Picture of Phil Bauccio Phil F.T. Bauccio, Secretary, of East Islip, is the former Executive Director of the Suffolk County Risk Management & Benefits Division and Founder of Phil Bauccio Consultants & Associates, providing consulting services in management, risk management, and governmental administration. Along with his more than 30 years experience in risk management and government, Bauccio also served an as Adjunct Professor of Business at Dowling College for 40 years. While at Dowling, he also served on the School of Business Dean’s Advisory Board and numerous other committees.

 

Over the years, Bauccio has been a member of several organizations including the Long Island Facility Managers Association; Risk & Insurance Management Society (Founder and Past President); New York Claim’s Association, Inc.; Nassau Claims Association, Inc. and more. Bauccio earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from St. Bonaventure University and his MBA from C.W. Post College, and is a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. He served in the U.S. Army, Army National Guard (42nd Infantry Division), and the U.S. Army Reserves from 1970-1994, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel.

 

 

Picture of Frank TrottaFrank C. Trotta, Vice Chairman, of Bellport, is the owner of two niche publications, 50 Plus LifeStyles and Fire News. 50 Plus LifeStyles is an award winning publication serving baby boomers and seniors on Long Island and New York City since 1975. Fire News serves Fire, Rescue and EMS departments and their members through six editions covering eight geographic areas. They include Long Island, NY State, New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. He is also a principal in a family owned local real estate development company.

 

Trotta served as an elected official of the Village of Bellport for 31 years, including 27 years as Bellport’s longest serving Mayor. Additionally, he has served as the Chairman of the Board of Zoning Appeals for the Town of Brookhaven, Director of the Suffolk County Office of the Aging, Trustee of Suffolk County Community College and was appointed by the governor to serve on the Stony Brook University Council. He currently serves as the Chaplain of the Bellport Fire department. Trotta has been involved with local organizations including the LI Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, Foster Grandparents of Suffolk County and the American Red Cross. He is a graduate of Valley Forge Military Academy and received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Long Island University as well as a Masters degree in Public Administration.

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