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Posted on: September 11, 2018

Lou Giordano Honored as Italian-American of the Year at St. Liberata Festival in Patchogue

Antoinette Giordano; Supervisor Ed Romaine; Lou Giordano; Thomas Keegan, Chairman of the Greater Pat

Farmingville, NY – On September 8, Supervisor Ed Romaine honored businessman Lou Giordano for being named “Italian American of the Year” at the annual Saint Liberata Festival in Patchogue. At the event, the Supervisor presented Mr. Giordano with a proclamation naming September 8 as “Lou Giordano Day” in Brookhaven Town. The Patchogue festival was first celebrated in 1923.

“Lou has contributed so much to the Patchogue community and continues to give back through his business and philanthropic activities that help so many people. Being named as ‘Italian American of the Year’ is a well-deserved honor.”

Pictured left to right are Antoinette Giordano; Supervisor Ed Romaine; Lou Giordano; Thomas Keegan, Chairman of the Greater Patchogue Foundation’s Cultural Heritage Committee and Assemblyman Dean Murray.

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