Fred Wasserspring, Treasurer

Chief Operating Officer, Lyon Collection Services, Inc.

fredwasserspringGraduated from the University of Rhode Island with a Bachelor's Degree in Management. Received an MBA from the Stern School of Business at NYU in New York City majoring in accounting and a minor in Finance. Started my working career with what is now KPMG Peat Marwick. Passed the NY CPA exam in 1972. Upon leaving KPMG Peat Marwick joined what became Prudential Securities Inc. in various capacities including manager of product line accounting line accounting and controller of fixed income accounting. Became President of Prudential Bache Metal Company, the physical commodities affiliate of Prudential Securities for 10 years. After leaving Prudential Bache Metal Company when Prudential decided to exit the business became President and Chief Operating Officer Michael Anthony Jewelers an American Stock Exchange publicly traded company for 4 and a half years. Upon leaving Michael Anthony Jewelers I became Chief Operating Officer of all Lyon Companies including Lyon Mercantile Group, Ltd., Lyon Collection Services  and Lyon Capital Corporation and 4 other affiliates.

Civic duties:

Trustee and Deputy Mayor of the Village of Saddle Rock New York for almost 20 years. Park Commissioner of the Village of Saddle Rock. Trustee of the Great Neck North Shore Cable Commission, a Public Access Cable Corporation comprising of 15 Villages on the Great Neck Peninsula and Manhasset, NY Villages.

Winner of the “What I would do if I were Mayor of New York?" contest in 1969 that established one-way tolls between New York and New Jersey.