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Photo courtesy of NYPD
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The 60th Precinct paid tribute to 19 school crossing guards as part of Community Board 13’s general board meeting on the night of Wednesday, June 28.

The crossing guards, who were honored for their years of service to the neighborhoods of Brighton Beach, Coney Island, Gravesend and SeaGate, accepted Certificates of Service from School Crossing Guard Coordinator Police Officer Aida Acevedo in the auditorium of Coney Island Hospital (2601 Ocean Parkway).

The crossing guards honored are as follows:

  • Ivy Reid for 30 years of service
  • Rita Krieger for 25 years of service
  • Ann Prince for 20 years of service
  • Elsa Fontaine for 20 years of service
  • Anna Weinberg for 15 years of service
  • Ruby Williams for 15 years of service
  • Robin Kane for 10 years of service
  • Evelyn Cirino for 10 years of service
  • Hilda Frias for 10 years of service
  • Lorraine Castrofilipo for 10 years of service
  • Christine Semidei for 10 years of service
  • Diana Vivas for 10 years of service
  • Serafina DiLorenzo for 10 years of service
  • Chantel Bradley for 10 years of service
  • Shavaughn Campbell-Avery for 5 years of service
  • Jackie Marrugo for 5 years of service
  • Eliria Hernandez for 5 years of service
  • Edna Caro for 5 years of service
  • Tawana Sano for 5 years of service

 

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