Tony Raimondo grew up in North Massapequa, Long Island as the middle child of two immigrants that migrated to America in the late 1940s. With a heart of gold, Tony volunteers his time to build homes for those in need and serve the homeless.
He attended Farmingdale High School and was involved in DECA, which prepares high school students for leadership. Tony went on to attend State University of New York and Farmingdale State College and received a bachelor’s of science degree from Western International University in Phoenix, AZ.
Tony leads a men’s study group and enjoys racquetball, woodworking and golf. With a deep and believable voice, Tony also does voice overs.
With a 32-year career for Southwest Gas, Tony manages Federal Energy Conservation Management projects and is a Certified Project Manager.
Tony has completed mission trips building homes in Mexico and volunteers annually for the Rebuilding Together Christmas in April national project. He also serves on the board of Transitions Services Inc. and has volunteered for community projects including cleaning up neighborhoods, feeding the homeless and donating to food and clothing drives.
Since the mid-1980s, Tony has been involved with United Way through his career and he served as a Loaned Executive for United Way in the 1990s in Phoenix.
“United Way helps support and nourish non-profit organizations who strive to serve the community in all possible ways to improve their standard of living,” said Tony. “They show that there is hope from people who care!”