Frank Marotta graduated from Touro Law School in 1993 at the tender age of 43. Today he practices mainly in all areas of residential and commercial real estate, fire service law and estate administration. He has practiced in all Courts in Suffolk County and has won, at the Appellate level, the right of all volunteer firefighters to a due process hearing when faced with a possible suspension. 262 A.D. 2d 563, 692 N.Y.S. 2d 437, 1999 N.Y.
Before, during and after law school he found the time to serve with the Setauket Volunteer Fire Department for 30 years as an interior firefighter, emergency medical technician and for five of those years as their fire commissioner. From 1993 to 2005 he also managed the fire department and emergency planning program at Brookhaven National Laboratory.
He has been a Certified Safety Professional since 1982 and is one of the founding members and past president of the Long Island Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers. This unique combination of disciplines enabled Frank to teach fire science and occupational safety at Suffolk County Community College which is where he spent Thursday mornings until December 2012.
In 2005, he left New York for Mississippi and for five weeks worked for FEMA as a firefighter assisting victims of Hurricane Katrina by installing travel trailers for people made homeless by the storm.
He lives with his wife Debra and daughter Alexandria in Kings Park.
Bill Kristiansenis a lifelong resident of Port Jefferson Station who has been engaged in the general practice of law since being admitted to the bar of the State of New York in January, 1994.
Bill is also admitted to practice in a variety of Federal Courts, including the United States Supreme Court. Bill graduated from The State University of New York at Stony Brook with a B.S in Computer Science and Economics; received a M.S in Education from Dowling College, and graduated from Touro Law School with a Juris Doctorate Degree (Magna Cum Laude) in 1993.
In addition to practicing law, Bill has been associated with St. Anthony's High School as an educator and administrator since 1984. He currently serves as the Director of Student Scheduling, a position he has held for 20 years.
In addition to the above, Bill is an avid golfer with not one, but two holes in one in his career.