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Catholic Lawyers Guild to honor six at annual dinner and installation

April 8, 2019 Rob Abruzzese
Domenick Napoletano. Eagle file photo by Mario Belluomo

The Catholic Lawyers Guild, Diocese of Brooklyn, will honor six people and install its new slate of officers and directors during the group’s annual dinner that will be held Gargiulo’s Restaurant in Coney Island on May 16.

John D. Famulari will receive the President’s Award. Eagle file photo by Mario Belluomo
John D. Famulari will receive the President’s Award. Eagle file photo by Mario Belluomo

Domenick Napoletano will receive the St. Thomas More Award. The other honorees include John Famulari, Hon. Thomas Aliotta, Hon. George J. Silver, Keith Olarnick and Father Peter Mahoney.

Hon. George Silver, deputy chief administrative judge for New York City. Eagle file photo by Mario Belluomo
Hon. George Silver, deputy chief administrative judge for New York City. Eagle file photo by Mario Belluomo

Maria Aragona, who is the president of the Confederation of Columbian Lawyers, will take over as president of the group for a two-year term. Yolanda Guadagnoli and Gregory Cerchione will become the president-elect and first vice president, respectively.

Hon. Thomas P. Aliotta, justice of the Supreme Court Richmond County and Justice of the Appellate Term, Second Department, 2nd and 11th Judicial Districts. Eagle file photo by Mario Belluomo
Hon. Thomas P. Aliotta, justice of the Supreme Court Richmond County and Justice of the Appellate Term, Second Department, 2nd and 11th Judicial Districts. Eagle file photo by Mario Belluomo

New members added to the board of directors include Janet McFarland, president of the Staten Island Women’s Bar Association, Betsey Jean-Jacques and Gianna Famulari.

Keith Olarnick, chief court reporter in charge at Brooklyn Supreme Court. Eagle file photo by Mario Belluomo
Keith Olarnick, chief court reporter in charge at Brooklyn Supreme Court. Eagle file photo by Mario Belluomo

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