On September 15, 2010, a Recognition Dinner was held at the Fox Hollow Inn honoring Nicholas J. Bartilucci. Over 150 family, friends and colleagues celebrated a lifetime of service, commitment and accomplishment in both his professional and personal life.
Nick’s professional career spans over 50 years in civil and environmental engineering. He has received countless awards and accolades for his leadership in industry organizations and has championed water quality management issues on Long Island and throughout New York State, resulting in the betterment of our environment and quality of life.
Nick’s personal life reflects the same commitment and dedication to service. His contributions to community, fraternal and charitable organizations paint a picture of outstanding accomplishment. Nick serves as Chairman of the Board of the Jericho Water District, Trustee of the Village of Laurel Hollow and Vice President of the Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum. He has also served as a member of the Board of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Association and as First Vice President of the Center for the Developmentally Disabled. Nick is also very active in his church, St. Edward the Confessor Roman Catholic Church in Syosset, and his alma mater, Manhattan College.
At the Recognition Dinner, Nick received tributes from family, long time friends and associates, and proclamations from New York State Senator, the Honorable Carl L. Marcellino; from the Presiding Officer of the Nassau County Legislature, the Honorable Peter J. Schmitt; from the Honorable Chris Coschignano, Councilman of the Town of Oyster Bay; from the Mayor of the City of Glen Cove, the Honorable Ralph V. Suozzi; and the Mayor of the Incorporated Village of Laurel Hollow, the Honorable Harry Anand. The emotional highlight of the evening was a presentation by Dr. Timothy Ward, Dean of the School of Engineering, Manhattan College. Dr. Ward presented a plaque that will dedicate a new conference room in the School of Engineering at Manhattan College, named the “Nicholas J. Bartilucci ’54 Conference Room.”