Joseph Gendelman President and CEO Bruce Gendelman Insurance Services

Joseph Gendelman has been the presiding president and CEO of Bruce Gendelman Insurance Services since May 2008 and an executive with the firm since 2002. Mr. Gendelman’s expertise in the property and casualty market has continued the steady growth and profitability of the family-owned and operated company that his father, Bruce Gendelman, built 35 years ago. Mr. Gendelman is active in both the New York and Palm Beach communities and is a member of the Young Presidents Organization and various charities. He is a graduate of Emory University.

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