North Hempstead Town Councilman
Angelo P. Ferrara is currently serving his third term as Councilman on the North Hempstead Town Board, representing the Third Councilmatic District which encompasses Garden City Park, Mineola, Williston Park, Garden City, and parts of New Hyde Park. He has been a resident of the Town of North Hempstead for nearly 40 years.
Councilman Ferrara is committed to improving the quality of life for the residents of the Town of North Hempstead through ensuring fiscal responsibility, enforcement of the Town Code, and protecting & preserving the environment.
Angelo was born in Brooklyn on July 20, 1944. His family moved to Queens where he was raised and educated. After high school, he continued his education in electronics and graduated from RCA Institute of Technology.
His professional career began with the telephone company. After two years, he pursued a better opportunity with the Xerox Corporation, where he remained for the next twenty years beginning as a technician and quickly moved into the management ranks as District Manager of Technical Service. After leaving Xerox, he joined OCE as a Region Service Manager. One year later he was promoted to District Sales Manager, and two years later he was elevated again to the position of Director of Sales for the New York/Long Island Region. Angelo left OCE after ten years to become Vice President/General Manager of the Northeast Region for Monroe Systems for Business. He is currently the owner of Graphic Impressions Printing Services.
Together with his lovely wife Pat, New Hyde Park became home where they raised their five children and now have five grandchildren. Angelo quickly became very active in the community. He managed little league baseball in the Merillon Athletic Association for over seventeen years and is a founding past-president of the Greater Herricks Civic Association. Councilman Ferrara and the Greater Herricks Civic Association have been very instrumental in helping to preserve the quality of life enjoyed by all the residents of the Town of North Hempstead and Nassau County.
Angelo serves on the board of the Sass Foundation for Cancer Research, the Dante Foundation of Nassau County, Inc., and is a former board member of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of Long Island. He is a member of the Order of the Sons of Italy in America–Cellini Lodge, the Mineola Lions Club, the County Seat Kiwanis Club and was the Executive Director for the Heart Council of Long Island.