Long Island developer recognized by Theodore Roosevelt Council

Anthony Bartone, managing partner of Terwilliger & Bartone Properties, was recognized for real estate and community leadership by the Theodore Roosevelt Council, one of America’s oldest chapters of the Boy Scouts of America, during the group’s 10th annual Design, Construction and Real Estate Dinner at The Carltun at Eisenhower Park.

In addition to his position on the board of directors for Vision Long Island, the Northport-based nonprofit that promotes smart growth and economic development on the Island, Bartone sits on the board for Long Island Homebuilders Care, the charitable arm of the Long Island Builders Institute (LIBI).

“I want to thank the Theodore Roosevelt Council for this great honor,” Bartone said at the event. “At Terwilliger & Bartone, we don’t just invest in our projects — we are committed to investing in the community as a whole wherever we build.”

(Left to right) Nancy Alaimo, Anthony Bartone, Danielle Romano and Matthew Ambrosio (Photo: Terwilliger & Bartone Properties)
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