Director of Operations - Stephen Angiolillo (Mr. A)

I was born and raised in Syracuse. I have six brothers and four sisters. (No, that’s not a typo!) I attended Catholic schools for my entire academic life. The parochial school I attended, Holy Trinity, closed in 1986. I grew up just down the street from the school, and my parents still live in the neighborhood. The area, on Syracuse’s North side, has gone steadily downhill since the closure of the school – and you cannot convince me that there is no correlation between the two. One of the most important aspects of a neighborhood is a school. It is one of the first things young families look for when buying a home. I ask you, what is better than the sound of children playing during recess? We are extremely fortunate, and proud, to call Tipperary Hill our home. The Neighborhood Association works hard to present the area in the best possible light, and the people that call it home look out for one another.

 

"Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve."— Napoleon Hill