Roslyn Landmark Society appoints Roslyn resident Frank McRoberts to its board

Roslyn Landmark Society appoints Roslyn resident Frank McRoberts to its board

At the April 3 board meeting of the Roslyn Landmark Society the Board of Trustees unanimously voted to appoint Frank McRoberts as a trustee.

McRoberts has a family history on Long Island that dates to the 1600s.

As an infant in the late 1970s, Frank lived in a house on Willow Street in Roslyn Heights. He and his family now live in the Valentine-Losee House, a historic home in Roslyn built in 1750.

Frank currently serves as a partner at the Long Island-based law firm, Farrell Fritz, and believes he has access to resources that could be of great utility to the Roslyn Landmark Society and its mission.

He is a former board member of the Caumsett Foundation and has previously volunteered with the North Shore Land Alliance. Frank loves “old homes and historical artifacts,” and he believes “in the Landmark Society’s mission of preserving the history and character of the Village.”

John Santos, co-president of the Roslyn Landmark Society, commented “We are excited to be adding another trustee to the Board with a passion for historic homes and the mission of the Society.

As an owner of a historic Roslyn home, Frank understands the importance of preservation and will be an asset to the organization” Jordan Fensterman, vice president and board development chair of the Roslyn Landmark Society said “I am pleased to welcome Frank to the board of trustees. We look forward to working with him to preserve the historic structures in and around the Roslyn community.”


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