Robert Creighton of Farrell Fritz, P.C. Joins Board of Directors of Family Service League
May 22, 2013
Robert C. Creighton of Farrell Fritz, P.C. is a partner in the banking, corporate, distressed assets and health care departments, concentrating in general corporate practice with a particular emphasis in merger and acquisition transactions and in representing banks in commercial lending matters.
Mr. Creighton has experience in the health care industry advising physicians’ practices in connection with general corporate advice and advising not-for-profit hospital boards in connection with various corporate governance issues. His expertise will be of great benefit to Family Service League’s Board of Directors.
Mr. Creighton was named one of Long Island’s Top 40 Rising Stars in Business Under 40 by Long Island Business News in January, 2001. In 2012, he received Long Island Business News‘ “Leadership in Law” award, which recognizes individuals whose dedication to excellence and leadership, both in the legal profession and in the community, has had a positive impact on Long Island. Mr. Creighton says, “I am looking forward to having a positive impact on the L.I. community through my service on Family Service League’s Board.”
About Family Service League
Family Service League, established in 1926, is a Long Island nonprofit human services organization providing a safety net for people in need. Serving 50,000 people annually, addressing some of the most prevalent and pressing human needs challenges facing Long Island communities. FSL delivers tangible help and crisis intervention across a spectrum of service areas including mental illness, drug and alcohol abuse, homelessness, job training, computer literacy, trauma counseling, at-risk youth, family and senior citizen support services. In addition, FSL operates pre-school learning centers, universal pre-K programs, camp and Suffolk County’s only Community School. In all, FSL operates over 50 programs at 22 locations in Suffolk County, including five Family Centers in Huntington, Huntington Station, Bay Shore, East Yaphank, and Riverhead.
This press release was published with Family Service League’s permission.
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