What superpower would you like to have?

“I would like to have the ability to heal. They’re just too many sick people in the world. No. 2 would be the ability to travel back in time. The concept is the same – the ability to change things.” – Anthony R. Davidson, dean, School of Graduate & Professional Studies, Manhattanville College, Queens resident

“I would love some superpowers that would enable me to stay up 24 hours a day, seven days a week and not be tired. As a busy entrepreneur and burger franchise owner, I usually end my day with a ‘to-do’ list that would take me two days to finish instead of just the next day. So, I would be quite relieved if I could actually accomplish everything needed on a daily basis. It would also provide more time for ‘fun stuff’ like some quiet time to read a good book and to pursue some of the hobbies that I love.” —Deb DeCrescenzo, co-owner, Jake’s Wayback Burgers, in Hartsdale, Peekskill resident

“Super strength. Why not? I guess I’d be Superman.” – Diamond Deloatch, office assistant, Berkeley College, White Plains resident

“I would just want to be Superman. Why not?” – Stephen Duhaime, office assistant, Berkeley College, White Plains resident

“For me, in my profession, the most significant superpower would not be moving faster than a speeding bullet or being able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, but it would be possessing X-ray vision. It would be a wonderful aid in diagnosing patients in my oral surgery practice and would enable me to evaluate disease, as well as post-operative healing, very unobtrusively. It would eliminate the need for CT scans and MRIs and the scope of my practice would not be confined to my office. The good news is that the most current technology that I presently utilize has helped to make this almost possible.” —Dr. Richard Elias, oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Mamaroneck Oral Surgery, Larchmont resident

“Play in the Super Bowl. If I could do that, I would feel as a fan that it would be an awesome thing and as good as having a superpower.” — Amy Ferraro, marketing associate, ENT and Allergy Associates LLP, Purchase resident

“The ability to make other people disappear.” – Gina Gouveia, chapter administrator, Meeting Professionals International, WestField chapter, Norwalk resident

“I would totally fly and save a lot on airfare.” – Deanna Lewis, lead receptionist, Berkeley College, White Plains resident

“I want to be the Man of Steel. It gives you everything, the whole package.” – Ed Lutz, president, Greater Hudson Bank,  Greenlawn, Long Island resident

“I want to fly. Don’t you think that would be fun?” – Rori Sagal, relationship manager, Greater Hudson Bank, New Haven resident

“I’d like to have superhuman strength….I feel as if my nieces and nephews already think I have it, so it’s something I should actually have.” – Gregory Sousa, first vice president and area sales manager,  Hudson Valley Bank, Mahwah, N.J., resident

“I’d like to have the superpower of mind reading so I could know what’s going on in everyone’s lives.” – Patricia Valenti, principal, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, Rye resident

Compiled by Georgette Gouveia. Contact her at ggouveia@westfairinc.com.


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