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John F. Holzinger, Jr.

John F. Holzinger, Jr.

John F. Holzinger, Jr. was raised in Dobbs Ferry and has resided in North Salem since 1975. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Mr. Holzinger made his first real estate investment with two partners six months after graduation in Manchester, Vermont, where he learned the building trades before returning to join the family business in Westchester County in 1973. Since 1989, Mr. Holzinger has been the sole principal of Barhite & Holzinger, Inc., a real estate management and sales company with headquarters in Bronxville. The firm was originally founded in 1935 by Mr. Holzinger’s father and has maintained offices in Westchester County over its 72-year history. There are currently 25 employees on staff. The company specializes in residential real estate and manages approximately 5,000 housing units in Westchester as well as a small portfolio of specialized commercial and retail space. Mr. Holzinger brings to the Bank practical knowledge of property and casualty insurance as well as a considerable expertise in financial and property management.

 

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