Michael Dubb is to be named the American Cancer Society’s man of the year for 2002. Dubb, a cofounder of The Beechwood Organization, a residential real estate development company in Jericho, is being honored for his support of the Nassau County Chapter of the American Cancer Society in Garden City. He has played a key role in the success of the society’s golf tournament as a volunteer for the past five years. He is past president of Long Island Homebuilders in Islandia and president of the Belmont Child Care Association at the Belmont Race Track. The nonprofit organization helps provide child care services for workers, such as the trainers at Belmont. Dubb has four race horses. A 1974 graduate of Wheatley High School in Old Westbury, he is a board member of the Tilles Center at the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University at Brookville and the Suffolk Y Jewish Community Center at Commack. He also is an associate trustee of North Shore University Hospital at Manhasset and has been a member of the New York State Real Estate Board in Albany since 1997. The board advises the governor, state senate and assembly on real estate licensing.