Business Briefs for April 8, 2021


DiSunno Named Partner

Vice President David DiSunno has been made partner at Greg D’Angelo Construction, according to firm principal Greg D’Angelo.

A Cornell graduate, Mr. DiSunno has been with GDC for 16 years as a project manager. With over 25 cumulative years of experience in construction, his background and knowledge in the industry is extensive. Mr. DiSunnno comes from a family of builders, both his father and grandfather were builders, and he has grown up on jobsites fostering an affection for the art of building. Prior to GDC, he honed his building skills as an owner-operator of a full service cabinet shop, as a general contractor and as a highly skilled finish carpenter for another local high-end builder. Prior to his position at GDC, Mr. DiSunno was a project manager for a construction management firm specializing in both commercial and municipal projects.

“Dave has been instrumental in positioning our firm as a highly respected and extremely successful custom home builder in the Hamptons,” Mr. D’Angelo said. “His keen eye and unique approach to building has pushed our firm beyond boundaries and allowed us to discover new and innovative ways of executing projects. His collaboration with me has been a ‘glove-in hand’ experience which has naturally resulted in his promotion to a principal in the company. I look forward to working alongside Dave on all our future projects.”

Zadeh Opens In Southampton Village

Catherine M. Zadeh, founder and creative director of Zadeh NY, has announced theopening of her first boutique at 94 Main Street in Southampton Village, featuring bold, unique, often unisex, lifestyle jewelry and accessories with a casual sensibility.

WordHampton Welcomes Leon

WordHampton Public Relations, 512 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Road in East Hampton, has hired a new account coordinator, Jocelin Leon. Ms. Leon’s duties include assisting the account executives with daily public relations tasks and managing various social media accounts. In addition, she is a key component in facilitating the annual East End and tri-annual Long Island restaurant weeks.

After earning her BA in strategic communications at West Virginia University, Ms. Leon’s returned home and joined the WordHampton team a year after graduating.

“I’m so excited to join the team and learn from the amazing staff,” she said. “Growing up on the East End has allowed me to see the growth of our clients from an outside perspective and I’m looking forward to being a part of the amazing work WordHampton has to offer.”

“We are excited to have Jocelin join our team. She brings enthusiasm and a fresh perspective to the team,” said Executive Vice President Nicole Castillo.