For Immediate Release: November 19, 2012
Fujita Appointed to Eastern Long Island Hospital Board of Trustees
David M. Fujita appointed to the Board of Trustees
(Long Island, N.Y.) Eastern Long Island Hospital today announced the appointment of David M. Fujita to the Board of Trustees, Class of 2012. Currently, an insurance sales executive at Neefus Stype Agency, David and his wife, Suzanne, a pharmacist, are partners in the Southold Pharmacy and Shelter Island Heights Pharmacy. David managed the home health care division of the Southold Pharmacy, Scott Home Healthcare from 1991 – 1998.
“David’s professional experience will be an asset to the Board at Eastern Long Island Hospital,” states Paul J. Connor, III, President/CEO. “He is a well-respected member in the community with a great deal of business acumen.”
Fujita is actively involved in sports and is the golf coach for the Greenport/Southold Union Free School Districts. His past community endeavors have included coaching CYO basketball, North Fork Little League, Peconic Lions and the Southold PAL Soccer Club. Fujita has served on the Board at the Southold Free Library, completing his eleven year term, five as President in 2011. He also served as Treasurer for the Southold PAL Soccer Club.
Fujita holds a Bachelors of Arts in Economics from the University of Massachusetts. He is a NYS licensed insurance broker and has a NYS professional coaches license.
Year round residents of Southold, David and his wife, Suzanne have four children, ages 18, 16, 13 and 6.
Pat Kiernan, Vice President
EASTERN LONG ISLAND HOSPITAL
201 Manor Place
Greenport, NY 11944
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