Millennium Magazine_10th Ed

17 Millennium - A Marquis Who’s Who Magazine ARCHITECTURE, CONSTRUCTION AND REAL ESTATE PRESIDENT New York HVAC Corporation Patchogue, NY REAL ESTATE AGENT First Coast Sotheby’s International Realty Jacksonville, FL VINNY POLICANO Since 2013, Vinny Policano has flourished as the president of the New York HVAC Corporation, through which he dedicates his time to facets of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning industry, such as electrical work, troubleshooting, custom ductwork and plumbing. Previously serving as an independent plumber between 1979 and 2013, he is backed by over 40 years’ experience, which serves as a testament to his expertise and skill in the profession. Notably, he was sought-after to complete projects for Skip Bedell, the home improvement expert from “Fox and Friends.” Mr. Policano holds over 20 certifications in HVAC applications, and also has certifications as a welder in New York State and in TeKmar controls. His outstanding work with New York HVAC Corporation is a culmination of the expertise he has acquired throughout his career, and as such, he has utilized his experiences to complete each project to the best of his ability with the greatest outcomes. Mr. Policano attributes his success to his fair attitude toward his customers, and he is noteworthy for his price-efficient rates and high quality work. Looking forward, he hopes to recruit his son, Dylan, to inherit the company. Henry Darwin Rogers is a real estate agent with First Coast Sotheby’s International Realty after 64 years as a real estate developer, broker, appraiser and trader. He is recognized as an emeritus realtor and emeritus CCIM broker, and past president of the Jacksonville Board of Realtors. Beginning in 1956, he served Rogers Taylor & Co., Coldwell Banker Commercial Benchmark, Childers Commercial Properties and Pat Mill Appraisers. He is past president of the Jacksonville Historical Society, Jacksonville Civic Round Table and was elected twice to Jacksonville’s Civil Service Board, where he was chairman in 1969. He was a CIC Officer in the U.S. Navy on the USS Wiltsie from 1954 to 1956. Mr. Rogers was named Florida Land Realtor of the Year in 2014. In 1967, he was recognized with Jacksonville Deal of the Year. He is notable for dancing in the “Nutcracker” ballet, accompanied by the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, for 43 years and pictured in Harvard Magazine in November-December 2015. Hailing from a strong family with six Harvard degrees, Mr. Rogers’ sister held a conference in their Jacksonville home with former President Gerald Ford, King Hussein of Jordan and President Sadat of Egypt in 1975. HENRY DARWIN ROGERS, CCIM