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US Navy Admiral Speaks at NAI Long Island’s Spring ’14 Cocktail Party

05/09/2014

NAI Long Island (NAILI) hosted it’s Spring ’14 Cocktail Party at Cold Spring Country Club in Huntington, NY. The event brought together clients, colleagues, and dignitaries for a successful night of networking.

NAILI was honored to have Long Island patriot, Vice Admiral Kevin M. McCoy of the United States Navy (Ret.) as the guest speaker. Mr. McCoy, originally from Commack, NY and brother of NAILI’s Dennis McCoy, completed a 36 year career in the U.S. Navy, rising to the rank of Vice Admiral. Mr. McCoy served as the Chief Engineer of the U.S. Navy from 2005-2008, and as Commander of the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), where he led an organization of 60,000 personnel in the design, procurement, construction oversight, maintenance, modernization, and engineering support of the U.S. Navy’s fleet of submarines, surface ships, aircraft carriers, and weapon systems. Mr. McCoy is currently the President of Irving Shipbuilding Inc. in Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada, where they provide full service shipbuilding, fabrication, conversion and repair.

Mr. McCoy spoke to a captivated audience about his passion, The Wounded Warrior Project, and later was presented with a Citation on behalf of Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano and the Nassau County Veterans Service Agency.

NAILI thanks the party’s sponsors: The First National Bank of Long Island, Albanese & Albanese LLP, Moritt Hock & Hamroff LLP, Prestige Employee Administrators, The Advance Group, and Zodiac Title Services LLC, and everyone in attendance that helped make the event a success.

About NAI Long Island
Founded in 1980, NAI Long Island is a full service commercial real estate organization providing sales, leasing, tenant/landlord representation, property management and consulting services. NAI Long Island is proud to be the Nassau, Suffolk, and Queens County representative of NAI Global. To learn more visit www.nailongisland.com. Follow us on Twitter (@nailongisland) and Facebook.

05/09/2014 - 14:02

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