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Thomas Funesti

Senior Director, Mass Retail - Key Accounts

Lionel LLC

HQ Phone:  (412) 366-7060

Email: t***@***.com

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Lionel LLC

600 Rochester Rd.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,15237

United States

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Mid Atlantic Wholesaler Advisory Board

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Tom Funesti, C & S


www.northjersey.com

Thomas Funesti, 42, an advertising account manager at The New York Times, was sworn in this week, along with board President Marie Muller-Noonan and Brian Hallowell, who ran for re-election unopposed.
Funesti was among the eight residents who applied to fill the open seat on the seven-member board after trustee John Cortazzo died in March. Funesti said that a large part of the value of the town was based on the quality of the education at the schools and he wanted to ensure that that continued. "I want to be a part of the process," said Funesti, who has one son who attended the district schools, another in the first grade and a daughter who will start kindergarten in the fall. "I want to make sure that Montvale school system maintains its status as being one of the better school districts in Bergen County and in the state. At the end of the day, I want to be part of the process and be involved." Muller-Noonan said in an e-mail that the board chose Funesti because of his "parental perspective, his involvement with the community and the results of his interview." Funesti, a borough athletic coach for about a decade, said he plans to run for reelection when the one-year term expires next April. "I am extremely excited to be a part of the board," he said. Thomas Funesti, 42, an advertising account manager at The New York Times, was sworn in this week, along with board President Marie Muller-Noonan and Brian Hallowell, who ran for re-election unopposed. Funesti was among the eight residents who applied to fill the open seat on the seven-member board after trustee John Cortazzo died in March. Funesti said that a large part of the value of the town was based on the quality of the education at the schools and he wanted to ensure that that continued. "I want to be a part of the process," said Funesti, who has one son who attended the district schools, another in the first grade and a daughter who will start kindergarten in the fall. "I want to make sure that Montvale school system maintains its status as being one of the better school districts in Bergen County and in the state. At the end of the day, I want to be part of the process and be involved." Muller-Noonan said in an e-mail that the board chose Funesti because of his "parental perspective, his involvement with the community and the results of his interview." Funesti, a borough athletic coach for about a decade, said he plans to run for reelection when the one-year term expires next April. "I am extremely excited to be a part of the board," he said.


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Tom Funesti, Regional Sales Director, The New York Times, Lake Success, NY


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