Legislator Steven J. Flotteron and Chairman of the Board of Trustees Long Island Maritime Museum Mike Egan honored Anthony Quintal, Jr. at the Fourteenth Annual Trustees’ Recognition Dinner at the Bourne Mansion in Oakdale. This year’s honoree started his first business, Quintal Landscape and Designs in 1983 while still in high school. More than 35 years later, he is President of The Quintal Group, one of the largest landscape design firms on Long Island. He continues to be a generous philanthropist and contributor supporting the Long Island Maritime Museum as well as the Islip, Bay Shore, Brentwood, East Islip, Oakdale, Deer Park and upstate Utica Chambers of Commerce, where he has other business interests and land holding companies.
In addition, he is a supporter of Seatuck, TOI Breast Cancer Coalition, Urban Forestry Council, Cornell Cooperative Extension, annual Earth Day Projects all over LI, The Boy Scouts of America, Coast Guard Foundation, Cooley’s Anemia Foundation, Friends of Long Island Horticulture, Island Harvest, Long Island Cares – The Harry Chapin Food Bank and many other groups.