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Recently, Trustees of the Patchogue-Medford were recognized or are soon to be recognized for their contributions to the community and children of our community. These volunteers serve in a number of positions that have a major, positive impact on many lives, and are true role models for future generations.

Kathy Daly, Hall of Fame Trustee since 2020, has been a life long educator and community volunteer. She taught in the Bayport-Blue Point School District and was a positive influence on those students who were blessed to have Kathy as a teacher. Kathy has been an active member of the Pilot Club of Patchogue, volunteers her time at a local soup kitchen, and now devotes much time to the Patchogue-Medford Hall of Fame in her capacity as a Trustee, serving on the Fundraising and Scholarship Committees and working very closely with the Induction Dinner Reception Committee. Kathy has been a key component of the Hall of Fame team since joining. She was recently recognized by The Angels of Long Island and the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce, being selected as the 2023 Power in Heels in Patchogue, as an outstanding woman from our

Dr. George Ciresi, co-founder and owner of Professional Care Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, has served as a Trustee to the Hall of Fame from its inception. George and his partner Jim Blair, have supported numerous projects and groups, while providing the best physical and occupational care anywhere to their patients. Beneficiaries of George’s generosity include Gigi’s Playhouse, Patchogue-Medford High School Athletic Department, Stick it to Cancer Floor Hockey Tournament, held at Patchogue-Medford High School, to name a few. As an original Trustee from the inception of the Patchogue-Medford Hall of Fame, George has played an important role in the development and progression of the Hall of Fame project. He plays an important role as a member of the organization’s Internal Audit Committee. In June, George is being honored for his contributions to the community by the Patchogue Family YMCA at their annual Golf Classic which helps to provide summer camp experiences for needy children.

Marc Negrin, known to many as “Coach” currently serves the Hall of Fame as Assistant to the President as well as Chairperson of the Sports Selection Committee. A man of many hats, Marc is the Vice-President of the Patchogue- Medford School District Board of Education. One can easily see that Marc is definitely someone who takes leadership seriously. He currently works for Eastern Suffolk BOCES as a teacher assistant. “Coach” is more well known for being a founding member of the Patchogue-Medford Raider Youth Football, Cheerleading and Lacrosse organization and part time coach for the football program. His devotion to children is second to none. This coming April, Marc will be recognized by the National Football Foundation, an organization that promotes amateur football and honors those individuals who serve the game. With over 120 chapters nationally, in 47 states and with 14,000 members, Marc has been singled out as recipient of the prestigious 2022 Norman D. Carter Official of the Year Award, for his commitment, professionalism and love of the

We at the Patchogue-Medford Hall of Fame are very proud of our teammates and congratulate them for their service and dedication to those they serve.