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Joseph Kelleher, president of Simone Metro Properties, was honored recently for his ongoing support of Regional Aid for Interim Needs Total Care, Inc.

Simone’s Joseph Kelleher Honored for Support of Bronx-Based Service Provider 

Joseph Kelleher, president of Simone Metro Properties, was honored recently for his ongoing support of Regional Aid for Interim Needs Total Care, Inc. (R.A.I.N.) at the Bronx-based service provider’s Sixth Annual Golf Outing at the Leewood Golf Club in Westchester County. For the past 58 years, R.A.I.N. has offered a continuum of services for people with disabilities of all ages. 

Kelleher has been a long-time supporter of R.A.I.N. He joined Simone in 2003 to direct the leasing and management of the Hutchinson Metro Center, the company’s highly successful mixed-use complex in the Pelham Bay section of the Bronx. Kelleher also serves as President of the Bronx Chamber of Commerce and as an Adult Leader for The Boy Scouts of America. 

Pictured, from left: Joseph Kelleher, R.A.I.N. President and CEO Anderson Torres. 

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