Thursday, 19 December 2013 00:00
They call boxing the sweet science and for Roseanne “RoHammad Ali” Beovich it was a lesson in hard knocks that wasn’t too far in approach to that of her full-time job as a an attorney. Sharpness of mind, endurance and drive all play into the success of failure of both pugilist and attorney. For Beovich, the months of training three times a week paid off when stepped in the ring as part of last month’s 10th annual LI Fight for Charity which was held at the Hilton in Melville. Along with equating herself well, Beovich and her team wound up raising close to $7,000. The third litigator and first from the firm of Genser, Dubow, Genser & Cona (GDGC) to compete in this competition for charity, the Garden City native was a champ for leaving her comfort zone and taking some punches for the less fortunate.
—Dave Gil de Rubio