Weltsch named partner at Scully, Scott, Murphy & Presser

by Bernadette Starzee

Published: April 5, 2012

Keith Weltsch


Scully, Scott, Murphy & Presser, the Garden City intellectual property law firm, promoted Keith Weltsch to partner. Previously an associate, Weltsch concentrates his practice in trademark prosecution and clearance.

Michael Sepe and William J. O’Mahony announced the formation of the law firm Sepe & O’Mahony, which is in Rockville Centre. Previously, Sepe was the principal of the Rockville Centre firm Michael Sepe, while O’Mahony was a partner at Quadrino Schwartz in Garden City.


S. Mary Ann Borrello, professor of sociology at Suffolk County Community College in Brentwood, is one of five national semi-finalists in the higher education division for the American Federation of Teachers’ Everyday Hero Award. S. Borrello was selected for her teaching as well as her charitable efforts outside the classroom.


Maureen Mennella was named financial services manager of the new Bayport branch of People’s United Bank. Mennella previously handled that role in the bank’s Miller Place branch.

Lois Kirschenbaum


Alzheimer’s Association Long Island in Bay Shore welcomed Amy Oster as care consultant. Before joining AALI, Oster was a youth worker for the MCCA-New Dawn Therapeutic Group Home.


Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty recently recognized several of its real estate professionals with annual awards. Lois Kirschenbaum of the firm’s Roslyn office was honored as production leader, for posting the largest dollar amount in closed sales. Also recognized were the second-place finisher, Nava Mitnick of the Port Washington office, and Bonnie Doran, in Manhasset, in third. Peggy Moriarty of the Cold Spring Harbor office took first place for total number of listings, followed by Fortune Heaney in Garden City in second and Marilyn Jenney in Sea Cliff in third. Heaney was also recognized as the unit leader, for participating in the greatest number of transactions, followed by Moriarty and Jenney, who tied for second place, and Ann Collins of the Garden City office, who took third. Sam Marcus of the Roslyn office took the Multiple Unit Award for leadership in apartments and condos. Finally, Barbara Candee, an associate broker in the Locust Valley office and vice president of the firm’s upper-tier marketing program, was named to the Daniel Gale Sotheby’s Hall of Fame.