Molloy adds trustees to college board


The Molloy College Board of Trustees has added six new members from a variety of backgrounds, according to a press release from the college.

Susan Santoro Bevilacqua, a practicing attorney with a specialization in real estate, is an active philanthropist and is a member of the Founder’s Group for the Madison Theatre at Molloy College.

Monsignor Frank Caldwell, ordained to the priesthood in 1981, served the Diocese of Rockville Centre for many years before returning to his first parish, St. Marth’as in Uniondale, as its pastor. Caldwell was previously on the Board of Trustees from 1997 to 2009.

Michael Comerford, an attorney who formed Comerford and Dougherty, LLP in Garden City in 2003. Comerford’s firm provides legal services to businesses and individuals, including the Association of New York Catholic Homes. He is also one of nine trustees of the Heisman Trophy Trust that runs the annual trophy events.

Sister Anne-Marie Kirmse is a member of the Sisters of Saint Dominic of Amityville and has served as Research Associate to the Laurence J. McGinley Chair in Religion and Society at Fordham University for 25 years. Kirmse has been active in teacher training and innovative education programs and currently serves the Dioceses of Brooklyn and Rockville Centre in this capacity.

Edward Milarsky, who has held positions at WABC Radio and Cue Magazine, is currently in charge of new business development for JL Media, based in New Jersey. Milarsky has been an active supporter of the Madison Theatre at Molloy.

Marianne Dolan Weber, with two decades of experience in education, currently serves on the board of directors for three publicly traded companies: Cablevision Systems Corporation, The Madison Square Garden Company and AMC Networks, Inc.