Jennings has been with the firm in a variety of capacities since 1970 and is
actively involved with our day to day business activities including management
of select projects.
The longevity of the firm can be traced to the success of its impressive list of
institutional clients, some of which have included: Fordham Preparatory
School, The Town School, Cardinal Spellman High School, Co-Cathedral of St.
Joseph’s, Pace University, Columbia University, Columbia University Medical
Center, NYU Langone Medical Center, Marymount School of New York, College of
Mount Saint Vincent, Weill Cornell Medical College and North Shore Long Island
Jewish Health System. Corporate clients include Avison Young, Empire State
Realty Trust, New York Stock Exchange and Newmark Grubb Knight Frank.
Mr.Jennings is a member and former past president of The Union League Club and has served on the board of the Building Trades Employer’s Association (BTEA), Advisory Board for the Association to Benefit Children, Cardinal Spellman High
School Board of Directors and is a philanthropic supporter of St. Jude
Children’s Research Hospital.
This year we are proud to announce that we will be honoring,
Msgr. John J. Bracken, administrator of St. Francis de Sales parish, Belle Harbor, is the former Vicar General for Temporalities of the Diocese of Brooklyn. Raised in St. Benedict Joseph Labre parish, Richmond Hill, he studied at St. Mary’s Seminary and University in Baltimore and was ordained May 27, 1967 by Bishop Bryan J. McEntegart at St. James
Pro-Cathedral in downtown Brooklyn.Between 1967 and 1984, he was an assistant at St. Francis de Sales; St. Teresa, Woodside; and Our Lady Help of Christians, Midwood.Bishop Mugavero appointed him Episcopal Vicar for Queens North in 1984 and he served until 1991, when Bishop Daily appointed him the director of the diocesan Office of Development. In that position he supervised the Annual Catholic Appeal and directed the very successful Alive in Hope campaign.Bishop Daily appointed him as the Vicar for Administration. In 2004, Bishop DiMarzio named him Vicar General for Temporalities overseeing the Department of Finance, including real estate, buildings and property. He left that position in June of 2009.He also has served as administrator of Holy Name parish, Windsor Terrace; administrator of St. Mary Star of the Sea – St. Gertrude, Far Rockaway. He also assisted in Our Lady Helpof Christians, Midwood and Blessed Trinity in Breezy Point. In 2014, he was asked by Bishop DiMarzio to return to St. Francis de Sales. He continues to serve as he Diocesan Director of Patrimony. In addition, he has been a member of the Priests’ Senate, and a member of Diocesan Board of Consultors, as well as a member of the boards of Ozanam Hall, Bayside and Office of PastoralCommunications. He serves as a member of the Board of Trustees of St. Francis College.
Proceeds from this year's golf classic will benefit the Catherine Laboure Special Education School
Founded in 1965 the Catherine Laboure SpecialEducation Program is a New York State approved non-public day school. They are locate in BrooklynN.Y. and service all five boroughs of New York City. Catherine Laboure School is committed to addressing students; individual needs. Students with intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities and speech impairments work at their own pace based upon their individualized education program. There school emphasizes academic and vocational skills, which enable students to become independent adults. The overarching theme of Laboure is a school based on trust and mutual respect, where students feel they are valued and belong.
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Prizes and Awards: 6pm
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