Michael O'Toole, Esq.
Here's to You Mike O'Toole, Esq.
We all wish you the same success in retirement as you have given to the more than 20,000+ APA members over the course of your 26-year APA career!
"For a staff of 100 scattered throughout 15 states, and because of the wonders of technology, we are all connected by the strong conviction that everything each of us does affects our members and others in the payroll community in a very profound way," said Mike.
First hired to write The Payroll Source® . . .
Mike went on to head APA's Editorial Division and become APA's In-House Counsel.
He moved into the Government Relations arena and expanded APA's influence in Washington, D.C.
Little-known fact: Mike is a local judge in his hometown of Tuckahoe Village, N.Y.
Leader of the pack . . .
Pictured with APA staff members Laura Lough, Esq., Ed Kowalski, Esq., and Curt Tatum, Esq., at the 2016 Congress.(upper)
Pictured with APA staff members Laura Lough, Esq., Bill Dunn, CPP, and Lia Coniglio, Esq., at the 2009 Congress.(lower)
Little-known fact: Mike was present at the Woodstock Music and Art Fair in August 1969 and looks forward to attending Woodstock's 50th Anniversary events in 2019.
Soon as an APA retiree . . .
And, as children's TV host Fred Rogers once said: "Often when you think you're at the end of something, you're at the beginning of something else." Welcome to the starting line, Mike. Cheers, friend!
Little-known fact: Mike and his wife Roseann were married two weeks after the APA filed its initial Articles of Incorporation in 1982.
Please take a moment below to share your well wishes or memories with Mike, who will be retiring from the APA the end of 2018. You can read all about Mike's career in the December 2018 PAYTECH issue.