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Long Beach Historical Society
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The Long Beach Historical and Preservation Society
On hand to act as official ...
On hand to act as official witnesses to the event were George Trepp, director of the Long Beach Public Library, and Roberta Fiore, founder and life trustee of the Long Beach Historical and Preservation Society.
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l-r - Historical Society Corresponding Secretary Alan Greenberger, Historical Society Vice President Anita Okas, Historical Society Founder and Life Trustee Roberta Fiore, City Manager John Laffey, Historical Society President Carole Anne Geraci and Historical Society Trustee Karen Adamo.
...l-r - Historical Society Corresponding Secretary Alan Greenberger, Historical Society Vice President Anita Okas, Historical Society Founder and Life Trustee Roberta Fiore, City Manager John Laffey, Historical Society President Carole Anne Geraci and Historical Society Trustee Karen Adamo.
...City Historian Roberta Fiore
Roberta Fiore, a Long Beach ...
Roberta Fiore, a Long Beach historian and Historical Society co-founder, attended his early walking tours that she called the first of their kind. â€œFranklinâ€™s tours helped bring documentation of Long Beach history and art to the fore in the city,â€ she said. â€œWe owe a debt of gratitude to his tours.â€
Fiore went on to graduate ...
Fiore went on to graduate from Hofstra University, where he played free safety for the football team.
He arrived at Stony Brook in 2003 after serving as Assistant Director of Athletics at Dartmouth College and then as Senior Associate Director of Athletics at Princeton University.
, 45, inherited an NCAA Division III program that lacked many of the benchmarks of a successful athletic program, such as adequate facilities, a fundraising presence, a mascot, and a marching band.
The program had won one conference championship in its history and student athletes were averaging a 2.7 GPA.
has been credited as the driving force behind the growth of the university's athletic program and facilities expansion.
Stony Brook athletics, a Division I program, has won, under his
tenure, 19 conference championships in the last 6 years.
Its student athletes average a 3.0 GPA.
The university's upgraded facilities have hosted major events such as the 2006 and 2010 NCAA men's lacrosse quarterfinals and the 2011 women's lacrosse semifinals and final.
has negotiated television contracts and secured funding for close to $80 million in facility upgrades.