Francis X Lamparello, CFO
Francis X Lamparello is the son of the late Sam P. Lamparello and Frances A. Lamparello. One of four successful sons, he is currently partnered with his brother Samuel, here at MLB Residential Lending, LLC.
After Graduating from Our Lady of Mercy Grammar School and Marist High School in Bayonne, he went on, to receive a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Rutgers University College of Engineering. Early in his career, Francis was employed by MCC Powers and Monsen Engineering; prior to receiving his New Jersey license as a Professional Engineer in 1985 and his Master Plumber’s license in 1987. After joining Beacon Oil in 1987, he quickly achieved recognition from the Hudson County Fuel Oil Dealers Organization as its Gold Seal Man of the year in 1996, after serving that organization as President from 1993 to 1995. He has also served as the Fuel Merchants Association Convention Chairman in 1993 and as a member of the Finance Committee from 1995 to the present.
As impressive as his professional accomplishments may be, they pale in comparison with his community service. His involvement in the Bayonne Family YMCA (renamed Bayonne Family Community Center) is widely recognized as one of his major achievements. He has faithfully served that organization as Treasurer and Building Chairman from 1994 to 1997 and then as president from 1997 to the present. During his tenure as President, he has initiated programs and has been instrumental in obtaining grants, which have helped turn the institution around, making it a vibrant part of the community.
As a member of the Board of Trustees for Marist High School, he has served as Chairman of Development and Advancement Committee and Building and Grounds Committee. As a member of the Executive Board and Finance Chairman, Fran has devoted his talents and business experience to help the school reach its goals. In 2007 the Marist brothers recognized Fran’s contributions by presenting him with “The Marcellin Champagnat Service Award” The award is named after the founders of the Marist Brother, St. Marcellin Champagnat. The award is conferred to those who have dedicated themselves to fulfilling the visions and missions of Marcellin Champagnat: to educate children and prepare them for life.
His support of numerous charities and churches in Bayonne is well documented. He was chosen as a Trustee of the Bayonne Care at Home Board as well as the Committee Chairman for NCCJ Brotherhood Week in 1999. In 2003 the NCCJ bestowed upon Fran the NCCJ Silver Medallion for his vision and pledge of brotherhood throughout the Bayonne Community.
His work with the Bayonne Scout Endowment as a sponsor and supporter extends to his active membership in the Edison Cub Scout Pack 66, where he serves on the Executive Board and as Chairman of the Pinewood Derby since 1999.
He has been an active member of the Bayonne Chapter of Unico National since 1991and served the organization in all officer positions, including as President in 1998-1999. He is a founding member of the Bayonne Chapter of Unico National Sam P. Lamparello Youth Foundation, which is currently administered by the Bayonne Chapter of Unico Foundation Inc. He has served as a member of the Board of Trustees of the foundation since its inception in 1999. As a Trustee, he is involved in the administration of the Charles F. and Alice Fiumefreddo Scholarship Fund. Fran received the Bayonne Chapter of Unico National “2002 Unico Man of The Year” for his years of dedication and epitomizing the Unico motto “Service Above Self”.
His greatest accomplishment, despite the demand on his time, is being a devoted husband to his wife, Doreen for 31 years and father of his 25 year old daughter Andrea Danielle and his 21 year old son, Connor Xavier.