Anthony Taormina, Jr., vice president of operations for Rose Mechanical (pictured), is the guest of honor at the Thursday, May 11, “Annual Geraldo Rivera Golf Classic” to benefit Life’s WORC and The Family Center For Autism in Garden City.
“We know that the Taormina family’s long-time love of golf, as they have played at many of Long Island’s courses and country clubs, will translate into an outpouring of support for our event at The Creek Club (Locust Valley),” explained Life’s WORC/FCA Assistant Executive Director Matthew Zebatto.
Anthony Taormina, Sr., has enjoyed his whole career in heating/ventilation/air conditioning as a successful vendor and contractor. After his first company was acquired, Anthony Taormina, Senior and Junior, launched Rose Mechanical about 15 years ago.
The Taorminas are known for their work in design, installation, and integration of HVAC systems working with contractors, architects, and engineers.
Born in Smithtown, Anthony, Jr., attended C. W. Post College of Long Island University. He holds several industry certifications including: Johnson Controls PCT/Building Automation and Niagara Ax HVAC/Building Integration.
With respect to golf, Anthony, Jr., started taking lessons at age six. He played on the varsity team at Smithtown High School. Anthony, Jr., has worked as an assistant pro at Huntington Country Club. He is the current Club Champion at Nissequogue Golf Club.
Life’s WORC began 46 years ago by exposing the cruel, inhumane treatment the developmentally disabled population suffered, igniting a public policy movement to prioritize and improve their quality of life. Today, Life’s WORC and The Family Center For Autism operates a variety of treatment programs and a network of 42 group residences, providing for the needs of some 1,400 people through the efforts of some 600 employees.
Visit www.lifesworc.org for sponsorship information, tournament details and registration.