Dr. Frank Monteleone has been named Chief of the Division of Breast Services of Winthrop University Hospital
Fellow ILICA Board member Dr. Frank Monteleone has been named Chief of the Division of Breast Services of Winthrop University Hospital, Mineola, New York, which is a new multidisciplinary service within the Department of Surgery.
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano & Dr. Frank Monteleone
Widely published in international professional journals, Dr. Monteleone is known as one of the leading General and Breast Surgeons in the tri-state area. . Frank D. Monteleone, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.I.C.S., was born in Italy but completed his undergraduate education at Long Island University’s Brooklyn campus, before returning to Italy’s prestigious University of Padua to complete his Internship.
With more than 30 years of service to his patients and the Winthrop University Hospital he has become not only a highly respected surgeon, but a valued colleague and medical educator as well. He continues to dedicate his experience as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery at the State University of Stony Brook as well as being a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the International College Society of Breast Surgeons.
ILICA Celebrates New York City Fire Department’s Columbia Association’s 78th Anniversary Scholarship Dinner
Vincenzo Marra, Salvatore Cassano, Michele Siracusano, Susy Marra
The Columbia Association was established in 1934 by Fire Captain John Capillo of Engine 28 because of his concern about the serious losses of life from recent fires in tenement houses, and especially among Italian occupants. He formed a group of fire department members of Italian extraction who could understand and speak the Italian language. This group of men under the instruction of Captain Capillo adopted a set of simple rules, which would instruct these new immigrants on what to do in case of a fire, which in turn could save their lives.
The FAI… Italy’s National Trust
Journalist and author, Corrado Augias recently interviewed Vice President of the FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano) Marco Magnifico on his weekly Raitre television program, Le Storie Diario Italiano. Once again Italy’s ability to adequately protect and restore its artistic and cultural patrimony has come under fire.
The FAI founded in 1975 and modeled on England’s famous National Trust, was an idea conceived by Elena Croce, daughter of the great philosopher Benedetto Croce with the purpose of promoting a culture of respect for nature, art and the story of Italian traditions, which are patrimony of Italy’s identity. The National Trust of England which was founded well over one hundred years ago was created not only to save places of historic interest and natural beauty, but also to open them up to the public. The FAI follows the same example as a charitable foundation depending on volunteers as well as monetary donations from ordinary citizens, private industry and institutions in order to make their mission possible.
The Italian Language Inter-Cultural Alliance Readies for its 8th Annual ILICA C’E*
SAVE the DATE - October 25th 2012
ILICA’s staff met this week with Pier Sixty’s new Manager of Catering, Meredith Barsky to discuss details for their annual Gala Dinner and Cultural Event.
This year’s Gala celebration will take place on October 26th, 2012 at Pier Sixty One’s landmark property, The Lighthouse. Featuring spectacular water views of the Hudson River and downtown Manhattan all the way to the Statue of Liberty, the Lighthouse is always a wonderful venue for celebrating another successful year of ILICA initiatives.
Official ILICA CE* Invitations will be mailed out in September.
The Conference to be held on October 25th, celebrating contemporary authors from both Italy and the United States, will discuss and define Italians today (location to be decided).
This event is free and open to the public!
Please visit our web-site for continual updating of the event as well as Gala and Conference times and locations at www.ilicait.org
AETNA FORWARDING Has a New Address & a New Look
Michele Siracusano, Vice President and Co-founder of ILICA, is moving his very successful freight forwarding business to a new prestigious location in Valley Stream, Long Island. This newly acquired property, which hopes to open its doors by September, is currently undergoing a major overhaul to create a state-of-the-art warehouse. Not only does AETNA store and ship personal property and products for businesses, it also specializes in handling major artwork which it prepares for shipment to galleries and museums around the world. A separate area has been created in this new facility, with a specialized climate and humidity control system where these works of art will be catalogued and stored much like precious books in a library. An UL rated Class II security system is also being installed to provide the most up to date protection available in today’s market.