Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Mastellone has been fascinated by numbers since boyhood. He thinks he learned how to count long before he could speak. Even back then, he understood the value of saving money and that loose lips sink ships. It was no surprise that accounting became his chosen field, right next to the baseball field.
Joe was the accounting consultant for the Fisher Group, and when he was asked to become the inhouse CFO, he accepted. Joe felt that they were good people and he found the work very interesting. “Back then,” he observed, “it wasn’t just about fame or fortune with these folks; they were passionate and truly enjoyed what they did.”
Joe runs four miles every day, and if he’s not in the office you can find him at Yankee Stadium or Seton Hall basketball games; usually reading the New York Post.
Many hands make light work
People are our greatest asset, and we have great people.