Our anticipation for spring is GROWING
John is an educator and attorney who has long been involved with the GCBS. He is a graduate of Nassau Community College (AA), Molloy College (BA), St. John's University (M.S. Ed) and Hofstra Law School (J.D.).
Became a Director 2000, Served as vice president in 2011 and became President 2012
Evan has worked security for several Gov't contractors across long island including Long Islands famous Grumman. He now works for Security for Telephonics in a Corporate position. He lived in Garden city most of his life until he moved to Bethpage in 2016 with his wife. Evan Graduated Garden City High School in 2012.
Became a Director 2013, Became Vice President September 9th 2020
Became a Director 2017,
Annette and her Husband Moved to Garden City South in 1989.
Became a Director 2012, Became Secretary 2013
Tim Martens currently serves as a project manager in Capital One’s IT department. A lifelong Garden City resident, Tim lives on Brixton Road with his wife Janet and two college age children, Kenneth & Laura.
Became a Director 2002, Became Treasurer
Lifetime Garden City resident, husband of Janice and father of two. BS Biology/Geology Adelphi University, SUNY Downstate School of Allied Health at Brooklyn, Occupational Therapist Registered/Licensed, Proprietor of The Physical Rehabilitation Center and The Physical Fitness Center in Garden City South. Responsible for fighting Suffolk County to provide pollution control to rain runoff into Shinnecock Bay. Loves the outdoors, nature, hiking and handy in the trades. Likes to tinker and repair things in the GCBS.
Became a Director 2011
Ralph Healey is a native Long Islander who has always had an interest in the environment. In addition to serving on the board of directors of the GCBS, he is also a member of the Nassau County Open Space and Parks Advisory Committee, and the Treasurer of the Friends of the Massapequa Preserve. A practicing attorney, Ralph holds a Juris Doctorate from Hofstra University School of Law. He is also completing his Master’s Degree in Public Administration at Long Island University. He currently resides in Garden City with his wife, Lauren (a teacher in the Garden City School District) and their twins, James and Madeline.
Patrick is an attorney and graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (B.S) and Syracuse University College of Law (J.D.) He was an award-winning baseball columnist for USAToday.com. He has been a volunteer for the Make-a-Wish Foundation for ten years, and is extending his volunteerism with the GCBS. Patrick became interested in the GCBS after moving to Garden City and stumbling upon it during a walk. Since then he has become an avid bird-watcher and is committed to keeping the GCBS a haven for the community’s bird and nature lovers. You can see him almost every day strolling the GCBS grounds.
Became a Student Director September 12th 2019, and became a Full Director September 9th 2020