Suffolk Federal’s President & CEO Ralph D. Spencer, Jr., was recently honored by the Ward Melville Heritage Organization at its annual Jewels and Jeans benefit dinner. The Ward Melville Heritage Organization works to protect and preserve historical environmental properties in the Three Village community, while providing educational outreach programs to both children and adults.
“For the past several years, Suffolk Federal has been honored to be a part of this organization’s endeavor by providing matching grants in support of its educational programs, repairs of historic properties and the organizations Young at Heart program,” said Ralph D. Spencer, Jr., President & CEO of Suffolk Federal. “As a not-for-profit organization, the credit union is built on the philosophy of ‘people helping people’. While focusing on our member’s needs, we work towards sustainable development of our neighboring communities. We are proud to be part of the Ward Melville Heritage Organization and commend their work of preserving our heritage and surrounding natural resource properties.”
Spencer was joined by other distinguished honorees including Brian Kilmeade of Fox & Friends and New York Times Bestselling author; Dr. Lisa Strano-Paul, Professor of Medicine and Assistant Dean for Clinical Education at Stony Brook School of Medicine; and Dr. David B. Paul of Long Island Anesthesia Physicians, LLP.
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Pictured left to right: Charles Napoli, Trustee, WMHO; Dr. Richard Rugen, Chairperson, Board of Trustees, WMHO; Honoree Dr. Lisa Strano Paul, Professor of Medicine and Assistant Dean for Clinical Education at Stony Brook School of Medicine; Honoree Dr. David Strano Paul, Long Island Anesthesia Physicians, LLP; Theena Spencer; Honoree, Ralph D. Spencer Jr., President & CEO, Suffolk Federal; Mary Van Tuyl, Trustee, WMHO; and Gloria D. Rocchio, President, WMHO