Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center has appointed Gary J. Coscia to serve on the Medical Center’s finance committee.
A native of Niagara Falls, Coscia attended Bishop Duffy high school and graduated from SUNY Oswego with a degree in finance. Gary began his career in 1977 with Marine Midland Bank (HSBC US), where he was ultimately responsible for their national lending platform including capital markets and construction lending throughout the United States.
In 1989, Coscia founded Largo, which has become a leading commercial real estate debt and equity firm with ten offices throughout the US and Canada, housing a $3 billion servicing portfolio.
Coscia has served on local boards and continues to support several non-profit organizations and social welfare initiatives across the region.
Most recently, Gary created the “Boss Program” (Business Opportunity for Student Success), with cooperation from the Niagara Falls school system. This program is designed to assist students in building confidence and to provide a roadmap to continued success.
Memorial’s finance committee is appointed by the board of trustees to monitor financial performance and reporting. The committee makes recommendations to the board that will protect and enhance financial viability and the community’s investment in the Medical Center.