Award winners – Former Fulton residents Dr. Armand J. Cincotta and his wife, Joan Cincotta, will receive the Simon Le Moyne Award during Le Moyne College’s Founders’ Day Gala.

Former Fulton residents to be honored by Le Moyne College

Award winners – Former Fulton residents Dr. Armand J. Cincotta and his wife, Joan Cincotta, will receive the Simon Le Moyne Award during Le Moyne College’s Founders’ Day Gala.

Each year at the Founders’ Day Gala, Le Moyne College presents its highest honor, the Simon Le Moyne Award, to those individuals who make “significant humanitarian contributions to society, serve as prominent leaders in the community, and demonstrate a deep responsibility and commitment to improving the quality of life of others”.

This year’s recipients are Dr. Armand J. Cincotta, son of the late Dr. Anthony J. and Theresa Cincotta, and his wife, Joan Cincotta, daughter of the late Frank J. Bevacqua and Ruth K. Aluzzi.

Armand and Joan are both graduates of Le Moyne and native Fultonians. The event will be held Nov. 16.

Armand has been a family practice physician in Liverpool for 42 years. He has also served as the medical director for Le Moyne College for 34 years.

Additionally, he has served on the Boards of Contact, the Upstate Chapter of the American Heart Association where he was Board President, the Executive Committee of the Onondaga County Medical Society and, Le Moyne’s Alumni Association.

He is currently the medical director of the Medical Advisory Board of the Oneida Indian Nation Athletic Commission and a Diplomate in Ringside Medicine.

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