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Home Builders & Remodelers of CNY Inducts New President

Michael Pettinato

SYRACUSE, NY – Home Builders & Remodelers of Central New York (HBRCNY) has installed its new president.

Michael Pettinato of Harrington Homes of Jamesville will serve as the organization’s 2022 president. Pettinato was sworn in at the HBRCNY President’s Dinner held Dec. 11 at the Craftsman Inn in Fayetteville.

Home Builders & Remodelers of Central New York is an organization of home builders, remodelers and related services in the home construction industry. The organization’s slogan is “An Association of Professionals”.

“Michael has been an active member of the association and our community for many years,” said Mary Thompson, chief executive of HBRCNY, in a statement. “He has proven himself to be a strong leader and I am sure he will continue to lead the association, as he leads his business, with ethics, energy and integrity.”

The association says it believes Pettinato’s knowledge of the industry and his integrity as a businessman are skills he will use to “connect with his peers” at HBRCNY in order to “continue to raising the bar for professionalism and customer service in the industry”.

“Our members take pride in building, renovating, maintaining and improving the building stock in Central New York.” said Pettinato.

He is from central New York and graduated from Le Moyne College with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, the statement said.

Pettinato’s father-in-law, Mark Harrington, inducted him and the entire group of 2,022 association officers at the dinner. Harrington is a past chairman of HBRCNY and the founder of Harrington Homes.

In addition to Pettinato, 2022 HBRCNY executives include Thomas Oot of Oot Brothers, Inc. as Vice Chairman; Jeremy Doran of Stone Hammer Homes as second vice president; Steve Calocerinos of Calocerinos Engineering, PLLC as Associate Vice President; Micheal Asterino of Coldwell Banker Prime Properties as Secretary/Treasurer; and Robert F. DeForest III of Cordelle Development as Past President.