Albert J. Romeril Jr. 1926 -2014
Albert “Jack” Romeril
CHAIRMAN BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Jack Romeril will always be remembered for his strong leadership skills and vision for Eastern Long Island Hospital. In the words of Jack’s colleagues and fellow Trustees: Jack was a man of character and integrity, a true gentleman greatly admired by his peers and the entire North Fork community.
Albert J. Romeril was appointed to the Board of Trustees of Eastern Long Island Hospital in 1990. Within two years of Jack’s tenure on the Board, he was appointed to serve as Chairman. During his tenure as Chairman, Jack led the hospital out of 15 years of severe financial loss. Through his leadership and guidance, new programs were initiated at ELIH increasing revenues by over $4 million. In 1995, Jack was honored with the prestigious Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council Theodore Roosevelt Award for his outstanding
contributions to his community hospital.
After retiring from his 39-year career as a engineering executive at Monsanto, Jack and his wife, Violet, relocated to the North Fork. Here, he served as a trustee of the Cutchogue Presbyterian Church and the Cutchogue Free Library. Jack was a Commander in the Peconic Bay Squadron, served as a member of the Southold Town Solid Waste Task Force and as Chairman of the Technical sub-committee.
Bladder Scanner To Be Dedicated In Honor of Jack Romeril
The Romeril Family will be contributing to the cost of a Bladder Scanner to assist in the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of post-op urinary retention and help prevent catheter-associated urinary tract infections. Donations can be made in Jack’s name to the ELIH Foundation. For more information, call 631.477.5164 or click here to make an online donation.