Michael Cozza joins Northfield as a Vice President in the Commercial Lending division. Prior to joining Northfield Bank, Michael worked at J.P. Morgan, Morgan Stanley, First Union and Nomura Securities in their commercial mortgage backed securities group in various roles from underwriting to originating commercial real estate loans. Mr. Cozza lives in Randolph, New Jersey with his wife Melissa and their three children.
Michael Malloy joins Northfield Bank as Vice President and Director of Financial Reporting. Mr. Malloy was formerly an audit manager with the international accounting and auditing firm KPMG LLP. He resides in Brick, New Jersey with his wife Rebecca.
Maureen DeAngelo has joined Northfield as a Vice President. Ms. DeAngelo will manage Northfield’s Grasmere branch located which will be located at 1158 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, New York. Prior to joining Northfield, Ms. DeAngelo was a Vice President and Community Banking Manager for Staten Island Bank & Trust. She lives in the West Brighton section of Staten Island, NY with her husband and two children.
Equity Valuation Associates
Equity Valuation Associates announced that their appraisers met the criteria established by the New York State Department of Transportation and were invited to sit for the Consultant Examination to Accredit Real Estate Appraisers. Josephine LaMattina, Rebecca Pytosh, Mary Mavrogianis and Henry Salmon took the test and recently received notice that all successfully passed. Although the primary purpose of the examination was to accredit appraisers for condemnation appraisal and consulting work, the appraisal knowledge tested was applicable to the variety of appraisal assignments that Equity Valuation Associates perform on a regular basis.
EVA, located on Victory Blvd. has a 25-year history of utilizing the most qualified professionals to serve the appraisal and consulting needs of its clients.
Staten Island Yankees
Staten Island Yankees President Joe Ricciutti was presented with the Executive of the Year award from Ballpark Digest at a pre-game ceremony at the Richmond County Bank Ballpark.
Each year Ballpark Digest honors noteworthy accomplishments in the baseball world. Ricciutti, a lifelong Staten Islander, was recognized for turning around the Staten Island Yankees over the last two seasons. Since being named President in 2007, he’s completely revamped the front office, increased attendance via mini-plans and promotions, and restructured sponsorships.
Under his leadership, the team went from only 1 sellout in all the years the ballpark was open before 2007 to 5 sellouts in 2007, 17 sellouts in 2008 and an impressive 25 sellouts in 2009. They currently hold the #2 position in the New York Penn League in both Total Attendance and Average Attendance.
Ricciutti has also overseen enhancements to Richmond County Bank Ballpark, including an outfield LED video wall and a newly upgraded LED video scoreboard. He has grown the staff to 25 full-time staff members, up from 12 in 2006.