BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- Bronxville resident Ronald J. Sylvestri, who is senior vice president and regional manager of Hudson Valley Bank and chairman of Friends of Saint Dominic's Golf Tournament, helped attract area golfers to raise $352,965 for Saint Dominic's Home.
One hundred and ninety seven area golfers, businesses and supporters of Friends of Saint Dominic's raised $352,695 at the nonprofit's 22nd annual Golf Tourney on Monday, Aug. 4 at the Edgewood Country Club in River Vale, N.J. The funds raised in the tournament are used to help Blauvelt-based nonprofit Saint Dominic's Home provide human services and programs to nearly 1,800 individuals, many of whom are children, and families of all backgrounds that are developmentally disabled, socially disadvantaged and/or vocationally challenged in the Lower Hudson Valley and New York City.
The 22nd anniversary golf tournament committee members included Jon Lewis, Judy Kydon, executive director, Saint Dominic’s Home; Sister Margaret Flood, president, Friends of Saint Dominic’s; Carlo Valente, principal, Jonathan Metal & Glass; Richard J. Warren, Esq., principal, Warren & Warren P.C.; Tourney Vice Chair John T. White Jr., SVP, Structure Tone, Inc.; David T. Meberg, president and CEO, Consolidated Carpet; Tourney Chairman Ronald J. Sylvestri, SVP/regional manager, Hudson Valley Bank and Robert Nardella, Sr. managing director - Valuation & Advisory, Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.
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