Stewart P. Glenn, a partner in the Newburgh law firm of Glenn & Breheney PLLC is this year’s recipient of the Orange County Bar Association Outstanding Service Award. Bar Association President Steven I. Milligram, Esq. and Mr. Glenn’s law partner, Mary Fern Breheney, Esq. made the presentation at the Orange County Bar Association’s Annual Meeting held at the Fountains at Wallkill Golf Club on May 7th.
Among other things, Mr. Glenn’s service to the community included 10 years on the Board of Trustees of St. Luke’s Hospital in Newburgh, 14 Years on the City of Newburgh Zoning Board of Appeals, service as Campaign Chairman and President of the Board of Orange Area United Fund (now a part of United Way of Orange County), 30 years on the Board, including a term as Chairman of the Board and currently Emeritus status of Eastern Orange County Chamber of Commerce (now a part of Orange County Chamber of Commerce), a 30 year tenure on the Board of the Amos and Sarah Holden Home, an adult home in Newburgh and several years of work with the Newburgh Jaycees as Chairman of several projects, as well as serving as Treasurer and President. In addition, he served on the Troop Committee of Boy Scout Troop 27 in Newburgh and as a youth soccer coach.
In New Paltz, where Mr. Glenn resides, he serves as a Board Member and Secretary of the New Paltz Community Foundation, as a Member of the Board of Trustees of Huguenot Historical Society, New Paltz, N.Y. and as a member of the Community Improvement Team. He serves on the New Paltz Regional Chamber of Commerce Clean Sweep Committee. He and his law partner, Mary Fern Breheney, Co-Chaired the inaugural Hudson Valley Estate Planning Council public awareness and education program "Estate Planning Day" at SUNY New Paltz and they will be doing so again for the program which is to take place on October 24th of this year.