In The News Publication: Lloyd Harbor Life

Meet John & Jane Giblin

It’s easy to see that compassion and humility lie at the root of everything that John Giblin does. Whether it’s his prestigious career as an Estate Planning attorney at Farrell Fritz, as a presiding judge in Lloyd Harbor, or his philanthropic efforts for the Make-A-Wish® Foundation, John clearly promotes the spirit of giving back and helping those less fortunate.

John maintains deep ties to the Lloyd Harbor comn1unity. He and his wife, Jane, who have been married for 51 years, have been residents for nearly three decades. He is a family man through and through. Long after their two sons, John III and Matthew, have moved on, John and Jane have made their house a true home for the entire family; a place for everyone to congregate and enjoy weekends and idyllic Long Island summers. He describes their family barbecues and picnics, and how much they all enjoy spending time together at the Lloyd Neck Bath Club and Lloyd Harbor beach, boating, tubing, and fishing. John proudly shows off the swing set in his backyard, another form of entertainment for his beloved grandchildren, which include two sets of twins, 11-year-olds Arthur and Nate, and Brooke and Sandy, who are eight. There’s also Emily and Sydney, who are six and five, respectively.

As a partner at Farrell Fritz, John specializes in Estate Planning, Business Succession Planning, and Estate Management. He continues to find his work to be highly stimulating and rewarding, but it’s the client relationships that really matter to him — many often spanning over 25 years. Whether it’s a manufacturing company with distribution centers across the country, the owner/operator of 150 parking garages in New York City, or a family that owns and operates restaurants, catering facilities and hotels on Long Island, New Jersey and Las Vegas, it’s clear that .John nurtures and values the personal connections he has made.

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Reprinted with permission from Lloyd Harbor Life, June 2018 issue

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