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The Freeport Baldwin Leader. (Freeport, N.Y.) 1987-current, October 12, 1989, Image 12

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u CO 0. 0\ ao Ov 01 Hi ffi O I Baldw in R e p u b lica n s t o h o n o r E ichenfield, M cGinity a n d S a n d row icz Tho Baldwin Republican Organisation hoa annoanced that Or. Stuart M. Giehen* (leldt John Sandrowics and Mary McGinity have been chosen 19d9 Men and Woman of the Year. They will be hon­ ored at a gala buffet recep­ tion to beheld at the Coral House in Baldwin at 7:30 p jn. on Tuesday, October 31. Bill Hodges will bo chair­ man of the aftair for the ninth >'ear. Tickets are priced at $40 per person and may bo purchaWd from any Republi­ can committeeman or by call­ ing Mr. McGarry, 535.2905 or Mr. Hodges, 379^300 during working hours. Any groups wishing to honor any or all of the honorees may also call to bo included in the program. Dr. Eichenfield and his family came to Baldwin in 1960 when he opened his pediatric medicine practice on Grand Avenue. He is a graduate of Brooklyn Tech (1948), Syracuse University (1951) and The Chicago Med-, ical School (1955). Dr. Eichenfield did hit internship Q < ROTARY CLUR OF FREEPORT CtVlC LEADERSHIP AWARD O F TH E MONTH Will Be Presented To CAROLYN TASSIE O F OPERATION PRIDE o n T h u r s d a y , O c to b e r 19th. For Reservations Cali 379-4303 • Michael CaputOi Jr. Freeport Rotary Wlskes To Thaak The FoQowliig Indlvldnals And Bartnatfos For Their Sapport Of This Comamnity Frograai Atlantic AM. Dell 17 Atlantic Ave. 37SC203 Atlantic Chemists 179 Atlantic Ave. 37S4676 Atlantic Hardware 187 Atlantic Avd. 62S0683 Robert J . Raynor Insurance American Agency. Inc. rt O cean/ 140 South 37^0600 Ave. CharOe Baldwin Friendly Auto Center 300 W. Merrick Rd. 378-9386 Bank of New York 25 S. Main St. 868-2300 peril Graphics 195 Hudson S t . N.Y.. N.Y 212-966-1450 Freeport Carvel Ewa Plaza 3784450 Guy Lombardo Plaza 378-9018 Friedman & Re Development Co. Inc. 21 Ann Drive North 223-7800 Century 21 Brass Ring Realty, Inc. 20 W. Merrick^ 548-7500 Fred ChaO Marine Supply 5 Atlantic Plaza 868^177 Citibank - Freeport 160 W. Merrick Rd 454-5500 Paul Conte CedOlac. I tk . 1 ^ W. Sunrise Highway 378-1130 Crosalartd Savings F .S 3 . 215 West Merrick Pj^ad 8689800 Dow Realty. Irtc. 109 W. Sunrise Highway 378-5685 Fither & Studer 11 1 W. Sunrise Highwar P.O. Box 751 . 379-3575 Flexmaster Aluminum Awrtlrtg 475 Babylon Tpke. 62^6555 Frank Electric Corp. 2100 Grand Ave.. Baldwin 228B106 David Freeman, C.PJt. 330 Broadway. AmitrrUle 7894200 Trie Freepoct-Baidwin Leader 294 W. Merrick Rd. 3783133 Freeport d a z ing Works, Irrc. 126 E. Merrick Rd 378- 1312 Howard Grin. U.O. David Grin. U.O. 121 S. Ocean Ave. 379- 5005 (mpertai Diner 63 West Merrick Road 8683303 Or. Marc Jarmolow 2108 Grand Ave. Baldwin 3786800 Stephen K. Malone, Attorney 113 W. Sunrise RiOhway 867-6000 Trie Mattor Restaurant 33 Sunrise Hi^rway. WIemck SS7-2440 Ed Maurer. O.O.8. 434 W. Merrick Rd 378- 1415 Mountcasde’s Liquor Store 347 Guy Lombardo Ave. 379- 1234 National Westminster Barik 189 W. Merrick Road 378-2800 P.I.P. Printing 11 Atlantic Ave. 5466700 Plaza Nurses Agertcy 224 Merrick M.. RodeviBe Centre 766-7750 Quinns Freepewt Auto Service, lri& 121 Guy Lombardo Ave. 3789855 Ramco Akimlnum Corp. 373 S. Main S i 3794303 Richmond Hardware l22S.M amSL . 3784240 Rogers Stereo W.. &mrise Highway 249 W 5483343 Hermon Saunders, M.D.. P.C. 72 Lena Ave. 3784043 Martin 1. Schachter, D.M.O. 112 No Long B e a ^ Ave. 378-1214 Jacob U. Shapiro. Attorney 47 No. Main Street 3796474 Michael Solomon, Attorr>ey 30 S. Ocean Ave. 3784700 Sportaet Health & R acquet Club 40 M a ^ Ave. RockviBe Centra S366700 TAM Contracting 370 S. Main Street 37968S8 Vhamln Power Inc. 39 S l U a r/s Place 3780900 Wood-Pty Lumber Corp. 100 Bennington Ave. 3782612 at SUNY Upstate in Syra­ cuse and his resideno' at the Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City. Prom 19581960 he was a U.S. Army pediotrician at Ft. Eustis, Yirgimo. Dr. Stu, as he is best known, is a staff pediatrician at U1. Jewish Medical Onter and South Nassau Comrnum- ties Hospital and attending pediatrician at Mercy Hospi­ tal. He has been a Baldwin Scho(^ physician since 1961 ' serving a t chief physician from 1976 to the oresent time. Dr. Eichenfield is also the physician to the Omimit- tee of^Mdal Education. HU community activities include membership in the Union Reform Tbmple, where he served as vice-pr^ident^ the Baldwin Citizens Com­ mittee and the Baldwin Edu­ cational Assembly. He was also the founder of Temple Emanuel of Baldwin in 1963. Dr. Stu and his wife, Fran, have two sons and ft daugh­ ter. Dr. Andrew Eichenfield is now director of pediatric rheumatology and immunolo­ gy at M l Sinai Hospital. Dr. Larry Eidtenfield is resident in dermatology at the Univer­ sity of Pennsylvania and a board certtfied pediatrician and Amy Ei^nfield teochea math and adenee at Wanta^di Middle School. Their first grondchild, Matthew Abraham Eichen­ field, is attending pre-pre kindergarten in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Native of Baldwin Mary Quinn McGinity is a native of Baldwin graduating from Baldwin High School when it was r i t u a l on Fer- sMng Boulevard Thirty-five years ago she married Leo P. McGinity, now Administra­ tive Judge of the Supreme Court of Nassau County. They have six children and five grandchildren. Mrs. McGinity has been a member of the Nassau Coun­ ty Republican Committee for ^ iteen years and a member of the Nassau Ccunty Feder­ ation of Republican Women as well. She was the first president of the Baldwin Chapter of the American Cancer Sorie^ and a volun­ teer member of the Associa­ tion for the Help of Retarded (^Idrcn. Mrs. McGinity is actively involved with her church parish at the Queen of the Most Holy Redeemer. She is presently associated with kronzler Realty in the sale of real estate. John Sandrowicz is cur­ rently employed by tKe '^wn of Hempstead Department ^ Sanitation. He li the A ^ e - tant Superintendent who supervises the Town of Hempstead Code Enforce­ ment Division of the Sanita­ tion Department. He has worked for the Tbwn of Hempstead for the post twen­ ty years, except for a three year leave of absence, where he served honorably in the United State Marine Corps. He hos currently been elected to serve on the Booi^ of Education'Tor SL Christo­ pher's School in Baldwin. He is also a Past Second Vice President of the HOme School Association and ha served on various committees in the Home School Associa­ tion of S l Christopher's. Among the various orga­ nizations he has served are: former Shop Steward for the Civil Service Employee Association, Assistant Scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 214, former Webeloe Leaner, Committee (Chair­ person and Assistant Cub- master of Cub Pock 213 of Baldwin. Mr. Sandrowicz is also a member of the Sunrise detachment Marine Corpi League, Baldwin American L ^ o n Post, Cosmir Pulas­ ki Po^ of Polish American War Veterans of Hempstead and the Knighta of (^turn- bus, Daniel J. Bradley Council. He bolds an Associate Degree from Nassau (Com­ munity College and is presently stu ^ n g business administration at Molloy College. Mr. Sandrowicz is mar­ ried and is the father of (csrCnusdeopepe u) THE BUTCHER, THE BAKER, THE (CANDLESTICK MAKER... Al«a^e<^o<e>ebusiflessesanewhomeol»nef^w>d8a^ef^r»y- r g m. kt teck the i» endess. So why not the rww tanifees Ihomeservicecompanieiweloom- r g new hofneCTeners wBh o tf housewarming gtft and needed ifv (ermabon about exclusive sponsors. 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