Suffolk Federal Re-Elects Board Members

Suffolk Federal Credit Union has re-elected Dr. Gary J. Lamm and Robert Schaefer to its Board of Directors.

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Dr. Gary J. Lamm of East Islip, Director, has joined the board with over 30 years of administrative and information systems experience in corporations, public education and at the university level. Dr. Lamm is presently the District Administrator of Technology (CTO) for Bay Shore Schools and has previously held positions including Director of Technology for the Comsewogue School District, Systems Analyst for Citibank Global Corporate Audit and Technical Analyst for Vitel International. He previously served as Adjunct Assistant Professor at Suffolk Community College, and presently serves as an Adjunct Professor at Stony Brook University, where he instructs graduate level courses on Information Technology, administration, and leadership for the past 18 years. Dr. Lamm holds a Master of Science in Technology Systems Management from Stony Brook University and a Doctor of Education from St. John’s University.

 

Robert Schaefer of Oakdale, Director, previously served the Commissioner of Aviation at Long Island MacArthur Airport. As Commissioner, Schaefer was responsible for the management and operation of Long Island MacArthur Airport and Bayport Aerodrome. Prior to his position as Commissioner, Schaefer has held positions including Chief of Staff to Suffolk County Legislator Thomas Barraga, Deputy Commissioner of Aviation and Director of Security at Long Island MacArthur Airport and multiple positions at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey at JFK Airport where he was in charge of special flights, and other duties at all Port Authority facilities. He formally served on the Executive Board of the Long Island Visitors and Convention Bureau. Schaefer is the recipient of the Gold WTC Medal from the Port Authority for actions taken on September 11th at Ground Zero. He has also received numerous awards from the U.S. Secret Service, U.S. State Department, and United Nations.

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