Angelo Angerame

CEO Hudson Regional Long-Term Care Pharmacy

Together with Hudson Regional Long-Term Care Pharmacy (, Angelo Angerame has been a model corporate supporter at Life’s WORC and The Family Center For Autism for the past six years. Above and beyond HRLTCP being an important exclusive service provider for all pharmacy services and supplies, Mr. Angerame has demonstrated his personal commitment of generosity to our organization.

Angelo Angerame was born in suburban Albany, New York. He is a graduate of Union University, Albany College of Pharmacy. He has been a NYS-Licensed Pharmacist since 1983.

Prior to HRLTCP, Mr. Angerame was Director of Pharmacy for Bon Secours Community Hospital in Port Jervis, New York. He was the Director of Pharmacy at Drug World, a retail chain of drug stores. He was Director of Pharmaceutical Services for NYMED, a nursing home corporation.

In 2014, Angelo Angerame was recruited to become Executive Director of HRLTCP, which had been launched several years prior by four developmental disabilities agencies. ARC of Orange, Sullivan ARC, CRVI, and New Hope Community had a mission to improve services, to upgrade standards in pharmacy services and sourcing for the developmental disabilities field.

Several years after HRLTCP was established it was acquired by private equity investors and transitioned into a for-profit corporation. Mr. Angerame was made the Chief Executive Officer.

HRLTCP operates from its 10,000 square foot headquarters in Middletown, New York (strategically located near major parkways, thruways, and transit arteries). It employs 35 people and is growing. It provides services to about 2500 beds. HRLTCP fills about 300,000 prescriptions a year. It is Medicaid and Medicare (including Part B) approved. It is accredited by the Joint Commission. HRLTCP’s service radius now includes all of Long Island, NYC, and upstate in the Hudson Valley and Catskills into suburban Albany.

Angelo Angerame has received a number of community awards and professional recognitions including:

  • “Preceptor of the Year” from the Albany College of Pharmacy
  • “Pharmacist of the Year” from the Orange County Society of Pharmacists
  • The Wellcare Premier Pharmacy Practice Award

Mr. Angerame is the President of the Brittany Miller Foundation, which awards grants to families of children with cancer. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Orange County Society of Pharmacists.   He is Assistant Scoutmaster of Troop #273 (Middletown), Boy Scouts of America. He is a past President of the Middletown Men’s University Club. He is a former Instructor of Pharmacology and Patho-Physiology at SUNY-New Paltz.

Angelo Angerame and his wife, Terree, are the parents of two children, and live in Middletown, New York.

John Murn

CEO, Next Level Fitness Water
RSA Management Group
M & J Commissary

John Murn is using all of his corporate resources to benefit Life’s WORC and The Family Center For Autism, at its annual “Geraldo Rivera Golf Classic”.

Mr. Murn is the Founder/CEO of NEXT LEVEL FITNESS WATER, a premium Adirondack artesian spring water from Forestport, NY dating back over 1 Billion years,  NEXT LEVEL FITNESS WATER is organically filtered and naturally delivered to the surface by two rare aquifers developed during the Ice Age. It flows from Mr. Murn’s exclusive springs at a crisp 43° with a pure, smooth, invigorating taste. NEXT LEVEL FITNESS WATER is well-known amidst sports clubs. athletic facilities, training centers, spas, and health centers.

For more than twenty years, John Murn was President of ANSWER VENDING.

In 2013 John Murn established RSA MANAGEMENT GROUP.  Through the 1936 Randolph-Sheppard Act enacted by Congress and signed into law by President Franklin Roosevelt, Mr. Murn has enabled more than 2000 blind people to establish automatic convenience vending enterprises across the nation. RSA MANAGEMENT provides business tools, the logistics, the support system, and the “backroom”, to make blind people successful entrepreneurs. This includes activities like: lining up sites and locations where convenience vending machines would be successful, negotiating packages and pricing for vending products through a buying cooperative (including with major companies like Coca-Cola, Pepsico, Kraft, Mondalez, Hershey, Mars), procurement of vending equipment and technology, financing, legal/accounting filings, industry educational seminars (on issues like micromarkets, nutrition, coffee service), and more.

John Murn together with Nick Gacos, President of the National Association of Blind Merchants (a division of the National Federation of the Blind) have been catalysts for opening many states to have policies on vending concession contracts parallel to the Federal government.

Mr. Murn is the Principal of M & J COMMISSARY in Long Island City, New York.  This is a major operation dedicated to servicing, upgrading, improving, and expanding food carts in the greater New York tri-state region. M & J is introducing new technology platforms to food cart logistics.

Mr. Murn has been recognized by his peers for his advocacy and efforts to boost economic development for New York’s automatic convenience vending industry.  He is the President of the New York State Automatic Vending Association, an industry organization with some 200 members associated with NAMA, the National Automatic Merchandising Association.

Several years ago, John’s corporate initiatives in the vending sector, earned him a cover story in Vending Times Magazine. In April 2018, John Murn was recognized by Long Island Business News for his corporate leadership in diversity. He has been a Huntington YMCA Board member for the past twenty years.