Hon. Allan M. Dorman
PresidentMayor, Village of Islandia
First elected to office in 2005, Islandia Mayor Allan Dorman has kept his promise to initiate change and growth in the village. He has implemented many improvements including a comprehensive road improvement program and the Islandia Senior Bus, a service that shuttles senior citizens curb-to-curb for doctors visits and shopping trips.
As a Vietnam Veteran, Mayor Dorman was committed to having a memorial built to honor the many community veterans. In November 2009 the Islandia Veterans Memorial was dedicated, and its showcase eternal flame has since become a village landmark. Very visible in the community, Mayor Dorman is well known for his "Cup of Joe with the Mayor" visits with residents on Saturday mornings, where he meets them with coffee and donuts and listens to their concerns and suggestions.
An Islandia resident for more than 30 years, Mayor Dorman retired from United Parcel Service after 28 years in management and currently serves as 1st Vice President of the Suffolk County Village Officials Association.
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Hon. Richard B. Smith
1st Vice PresidentMayor, Village of Nissequogue
1st Vice President
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Hon. Raymond Fell
TreasurerMayor, Village of Bellport
Raymond Fell has been the mayor of the Incorporated Village of Bellport for the past three years, following a thirty-seven year career as an educator in the Patchogue-Medford School District. As mayor, Ray has been a strong advocate for his village. Having been a resident of Bellport for forty-three years, his efforts have focused on developing strategies to improve the village’s infrastructure, financial health, recreational resources, and community pride. He has also been vigorous in securing grants to help advance the quality of life for the residents of Bellport.
Mayor Fell’s dedication to the children in his community is palpable and has been demonstrated in the work he carried out while at Patchogue-Medford. Ray worked as a high school physical education teacher for thirteen years. He was a middle school principal for thirteen years and district superintendent for eleven.
Ray has also been an active participant in the Bellport community. He has been a member of the Bellport Country Club, as well as serving as a member and the chairperson of the community’s Golf and Tennis Commission for ten years.
Ray is happily married to his wife, Deborah, for the last forty-three years. They have a daughter, Gillian.
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Hon. Jean M. Thatcher
SecretaryMayor, Village Lloyd Harbor
Mayor Jean Thatcher was first elected Mayor of Lloyd Harbor in 2014. Prior to her role as Mayor, Ms. Thatcher served as Deputy Mayor Trustee from 2000-2014. Mayor Thatcher's Professional Experience includes working for the Medical Malpractice Insurance Association as Sr. VP and Chief Operating Officer of insurer underwriting high risk pools of NY State. Mayor Thatcher also worked for the Combined Coordinating Council, Inc. as VP of captive insurance company manager, overseeing captive insurers in Bermuda and Barbados for 8 New York City teaching hospitals. Additional experience in the insurance field includes teaching as an Adjunct Professor for the College of Insurance. Other organizations and roles Mayor Thatcher has been a part of have included acting as President for Volunteers for Wildlife, Trustee for the North Shore Land Alliance, and founding member as well as First President of The Caumsett Foundation. Additionally, she acted as Chairman from 1991-2001 of the Concerned Citizens for 25A, as well as President of the Board of Trustees for the Old First Church in Huntington from 2009-2011. Mayor Thatcher has attended Sweet Briar College, and Barnard College at Columbia University.