Fred has been a resident of Oneonta since 1985. He was born in Italy and immigrated to Canada with his family in 1967 where he lived until he married. He was a Licensed Mechanic in Canada. When he moved to Oneonta, he joined the Oneonta Fire Department and also was employed as an adjunct professor of Italian at the State University of Oneonta. Currently, he is on the Town Planning Board & is one pf the Town Fire Commissioners
Fred loves the outdoors and belongs to the Oneonta Sportsmen's Club & raises pheasants.
He and his wife, Ginger, own and operate a Quarter Horse Farm.
Fred is the proud father of 2 sons, Daniel and Connor, and a daughter, Sarah.
Gus has lived in Oneonta since 1981 with his wife Janet & two grown sons. Gus Jr. and Matthew
Professional bowler since 1969 with 4 PBA Titles
Former owner of Gus Lampo's Holiday Lanes
Former marketing director of ISD, a local computer firm
Owner of the 12 strikes Pro Shop
Member of the NEW YORK STATE, ONEONTA, ENDICOTT & CORTLAND Bowling Hall of Fames
Graduate of MANFRED REAL ESTATE LEARNING CENTER
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Skilled Negotiator with Proven Results!
Pays Attention to Detail!
Past Chairman, Board of Realtors Serves on Executive Multiple Listing Committee-2004 Chairperson
Served on Realtor Board of Realtors- 10+ years
Served on AO FOX Hospital Board of Directors-9 years
Realtor of the Year 1996
2008 President Executive Citizens Board at Hartwick College
Member of Otsego Chamber of Commerce
I grew up in St. Johnsville, a small town in Montgomery County, New York, with a population of approximately 2,600 people.
While going to high school, I worked on a farm, at a feed store and did some building/construction work.
Approximately 30 years ago, I moved to Rotterdam, got married and got a job as a truck driver. I got my tractor trailer license and joined the big rig drivers.
My wife and I enjoy traveling and camping. We have traveled from Maine to Alaska with our two cats, Roxy and Libby, and will continue to explore this beautiful country.
After 30+ years of truck driving, I decided that it was time for a change. I got a job with a plumbing and heating company, where I had to learn all of the unlimited plumbing and heating parts and equipment.
As an added challenge, I decided to study for and get my real estate license.
I would be happy to work with you to find a new home, sell your current home, or both.