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W. Babylon Resident Named to LIBN's 50 Around 50

Denis Angiulo, a client manager at Advantage Title Agency, was named to LIBN's prestigious list.

A West Babylon residents was recently recognized by Long Island Business News and named to the newspaper's 2012 class of "50 Around 50" business leaders.

Denise Angiulo, a client manager at Advantage Title Agency in Melville, will be honored on October 18th with a dinner at Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury.

“I am very proud of this recognition,” Angiulo said in a release. “I’ve worked diligently at my career since I first started and intend to keep working as hard in the future.”

Angiulo, who has spent 14 years in the title insurance business and has been with Advantage since 2006, arranges title insurance on behalf of top law firms and developers on Long Island and in New York City and New Jersey. She is also a board member of the Long Island Business Development Council and Vision Long Island, co-chair of the membership committee of the Long Island Builders Institute and a member of the Association of Real Estate Women and American Business Associates.

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Angiulo, who lives in West Babylon with her husband Kenneth and three sons, is second vice president of the West Babylon High School Parent Teachers Association. 

“Denise's experience in this industry, her enormous networking contacts and her involvement in the community are the qualities the that have allowed Advantage Title to excel in at what it does,” said Joseph Willen, president of Advantage Title.

LIBN's list recognizes 50 honorees for their leadership in business, mentoring and support for Long Island's non-for-profit organizations. LIBN has produced the list annually since 2009.

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