In the second installment of a new Thursday series (for as long as I can think of people who moved from Mount Kisco to feature), this week’s spotlight is on former resident Charles Duffy.
Charlie Duffy grew up in Mount Kisco. He was one of Frank and Margaret Duffy’s five sons. He began his professional career with Coopers & Lybrand and worked as an accounting and finance officer for several investment firms.
Most recently, Charlie was elected as Supervisor of Lewisboro, one of our northern Westchester neighbors with a population of about 12,000. Charlie was elected in November 2009 with approximately 58% of the vote. As Lewisboro supervisor, he will supervise a budget of $10 million and 50 employees.
Charlie’s election was featured in the New York Post in a November 9, 2009 article by Carl Campanile (see link). In a picture above taken by Robert Kalfus, Charlie is having a horse smell his fingers. That is not part of his official duties.