Golf for Good Honorees Douglas D. Moyal, Esq., Bobby Shannon, Esq., and Lance W. Elder
Help Raise Support and Awareness for People in Need During the Pandemic
Douglas D. Moyal, Esq., Bobby Shannon, Esq., and Lance W. Elder, will be recognized at EAC Network’s 31st Annual Golf for Good fundraiser on May 17th at Fresh Meadow Country Club. The popular tournament will benefit vulnerable populations during the COVID-19 pandemic including children and youth, families, seniors, the incapacitated, and other at-risk populations.
Douglas D. Moyal
Honoree Douglas Moyal opened his own law firm Douglas D. Moyal P.C. in 2019, and has owned his title company for 20 years. He expertly guides his clients from pre-litigation through trial for a variety of matters, including personal injury, negligence, auto accidents, debtor-creditor matters, and real estate disputes. He is a zealous advocate for his clients, and works tirelessly to ensure a positive result. He is also proficient in many aspects of the law including real estate transactions and corporate matters.
He is an avid supporter of the Hispanic Bar Association, Interfaith Nutrition Network (INN), the East Harlem Tutorial Program, the Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center, LIC Lawyers Association, Holes for Hope Autism Event, and EAC Network.
Douglas has three children including Sarah, Benjamin, and Caroline, and lives with his wife Allyson in Old Westbury. He enjoys fishing, traveling tennis and golf.
Honoree Bobby Shannon is a leading expert on residential construction. With his father Bob, he developed the first system for installing a new roof on a home in a single day while giving homeowners a warranty filled with peace of mind.
Bobby is a speaker, mentor, and award recipient at national conferences on roofing and construction for topics as vast as ‘Selling to Millennials’, ‘Best Practices’, and ‘Predicting the Future of the Industry’. He is grateful for his team at Rebuild America Inc. Together their goal is to be the “Easy Button” for home remodeling needs such as roofing, solar-roofing, windows, building complete homes, and adding extensions and dormers, with direct certifications from top brands such as GAF Roofing, Andersen Windows, and Royal Siding.
He is a long-time advocate for causes that help woman, the poor, sick, and disadvantaged. These causes are served through the Chaminade Alumni Association, Mineola Lions, Habitat for Humanity, Rotary Club of the Willistons, St. Aidan’s Parish, Scouting, and EAC Network, which he sees as a shining light in the world.
He earned his JD from St. John’s Law, and his Business degree at Hofstra.
Bobby, his wife Lauren, and three children live in the Willistons where they are involved in local organizations. The support that he receives from family, friends, and clients, inspires him each day to give back.
Lance W. Elder
Honoree Lance W. Elder, retired President & CEO, will join Bobby and Douglas in being recognized by EAC Network. His 22-year career at EAC Network started when Chuck Fuschillo, then the Chief Operating Officer of EAC Network, recruited Lance to join his board of directors. After two years of serving on the board, EAC Network recruited Lance to serve as the agency’s President & CEO. Before working with the agency, Lance ran the Nassau Coliseum. Coming out of the for-profit world, and into the non-profit world, Lance had a clear picture of what I needed to do for people in need. With a vision was to bring about lasting change, he went on to positively impact the lives of thousands of people in our communities.
Lance received the Rider University Alumni Association’s Harold L. Conover Leadership Award for exemplary leadership qualities in a not-for-profit organization, and numerous awards including appointment as an honorary Vice Chair of the New York Area U.S.M.C. Toys for Tots Drive, the President’s Award presented by the Association for Addiction Professionals of New York, and the Excellence in Teaching and Scholarship Award from St. John’s University where he was an adjunct professor for more than 20 years. While at St. John’s he was also selected as an arbitrator/mediator for the New York State Mediation Board.
As an involved member of the community, Lance has served as the former Chairman of the Board of the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, the Advisory Council on Vocational Education at Nassau Community College, and the International Association of Assembly Managers. He still sits on Board of the Long Island Federally Qualified Health Centers, and is a member of the Nassau County Domestic Violence Task Force, and Nassau County Heroin Prevention Task Force.
Lance is married to Sally Elder, and has three children, and six grandchildren.
EAC Network thanks all three of its distinguished 2021 honorees for their outstanding contributions, community service, and dedication to vulnerable populations within our communities.
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