New York State Land Title Association Announce 2021-22 Officers

September 14, 2021

The New York State Land Title Association (NYSLTA) today elected Officers for 2021-2022 at the annual NYSLTA Convention.

James Thanasules was elected President of the Association.

“I am incredibly proud and thankful to begin my term as President of NYSLTA, and thank the outgoing president, Jean Partridge for her leadership and guidance to the Association during a trying year,” said James Thanasules, President of the New York State Land Title Association. “The title industry served homebuyers in unprecedented numbers over the past year while working under constraints of social distancing and remote business processes—and showcased that our industry benefits and protects consumers and is vital to the New York State economy. I look forward to continuing our imperative work.”

The full list of newly elected officers can be found below:

  • President—James Thanasules
  • President-Elect—Eric Swarthout
  • Treasurer—Beth Alonso
  • Title Section Chair—Steve Vincini
  • Title Section Vice-Chair—Robin Schwartzman
  • Agent Section Chair—Richard Giliotti
  • Agent Section Vice-Chair—DeAnna Stancanelli
  • Immediate Past President—Jean Partridge

The election was held at the annual New York State Land Title Convention in Rye, NY.

The New York State Land Title Association, Inc. advances the common interests of all those engaged in the business of abstracting, examining, and insuring titles, as well as otherwise facilitating real estate transactions and interest.

The Association promotes the business and general welfare of its Members, real estate professionals, homeowners, and all who use and benefit from the services of the land title profession.

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