Albert Scaglione, Founder Of Park West Gallery, Hailed At 18th Annual Quality People, Quality County (Q2) Breakfast
Park West Gallery CEO honored for his generous, ongoing contributions to the community
Pontiac, MI (Sept. 28, 2010)—Albert Scaglione, founder and CEO of Park West Gallery, was honored today by Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson at the 18th Annual Quality People, Quality County (Q2) Breakfast at the Centerpoint Marriott in Pontiac.
The Q2 Award is given each year to members of the community who have made a positive, continuous impact on the residents of Oakland County and Southeast Michigan.
The Park West Foundation is a not-for-profit organization founded to provide aid to underprivileged youth aging out of the foster care system in southeast Michigan.
Park West CARES is a philanthropic initiative of Park West Gallery through which over $1.5 million worth of brand new clothing will be donated to local charitable organizations as well as gifts of art made to schools, libraries, hospitals and many other organizations.
“Albert Scaglione is most deserving of this recognition because of his tireless efforts toward enhancing the quality of life for others as well as his deep caring, compassion and concern for those facing extreme hardship. He has been at the vanguard in promoting the arts, philanthropy and volunteerism for over forty years,” said Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson. “It is with the deepest respect, admiration and appreciation that I recognize Albert Scaglione with the 2010 Q2 Award.”
Other recipients of this year’s Q2 Award include: Ron Kagan, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Detroit Zoological Society; and together, Oakland University President Dr. Gary Russi and retired Beaumont Hospitals President and CEO Ken Matzick.