Pat De Martino

Pat De Martino was born in May of 1952 in Astoria, New York. He is a product of the New York City School System and graduated from Long Island City High School in 1970. He attended Queensboro Community College until joining the New York State National Guard where he served as a Medic for six years. Pat married his wife Barbara in 1973. For the past twenty-six years they have resided in Bellerose, Queens. They have two children, Gina and Michael. Pat has been active in his community, serving as the President of the Bellerose Hillside Civic Association from 1978 to 1982, and remains an active Member.

In 1971, upon his return from active duty in the National Guard, Pat was hired by Consolidated Edison where he worked in the Treasury. When the opportunity to enter the automotive division at Con Edison was available, Pat became part of the Purchasing Department. The responsibilities of this job included parts contracts, service and repair contracts and the procurement of vehicles passenger cars, light and heavy duty trucks. His dealings with car and truck dealerships throughout not only the Tri-State area but the entire United States enabled Pat to expand his horizons to envision future needs in all his fleet work. Con Edison rewarded his with various awards for innovative and efficient programs that he developed.

Pat is always looking for ways to explore new avenues and this has led to his current position with Con Edison as Fleet Administrator in Fleet Engineering. Pat presently is responsible for the scheduling, budgeting and cost control for a fleet of approximately 5000 vehicles. Pat's success in this industry is largely based on his commitment to being both sincere and fair while giving 200% of himself. He is known for his calm and quiet manner that has become his trademark.

Pat's commitment to the automotive industry led him to join the Society of Fleet Supervisors in 1990, where he quickly became an active Member by becoming Secretary. In 1992, he assumed the role of Treasurer, handling all our money! In December of 1996, the Society gave him an award for Outstanding Service. He has held the position of Second Vice President and is currently the Special Activities Chairman. Pat looks forward to many more years in the Automotive Industry and the Society of Fleet Supervisors.

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