COUNTY CLERK ATTENDS AMERICAN LEGION INSTALLATION
(Mineola, NY) Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell and other area officials recently joined the members of the Mineola American Legion Memorial Post No. 349 on the occasion of their annual Installation Dinner. Commander Sal Cataldo was recognized for his ongoing dedication to Post No. 349 and was sworn in for another term as Commander. Former County Executive Thomas Gulotta was honored for his continued support of the veteran community. The members of American Legion Post No. 349, who have so bravely served and protected our country, continue to admirably serve the Mineola community. We appreciate all of their sacrifices on our behalf.
(Mineola, NY) Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell was recently honored by the members of Mineola American Legion Post #349 at their annual installation dinner. Commander Sal Cataldo, who will continue to serve in this post, thanked Maureen for her many years of dedicated support and recognitions of our veteran community.
(Mineola, NY) Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell was recently joined by members of the Mineola American Legion Post # 349 to accept a Military Burial Flag from Fred Sweetapple of Mineola. County Clerk employee Jonathan P. Maldanado was trained in proper flag etiquette by Commander Sal Cataldo and the members of the Mineola American Legion to learn how to raise and lower the flag properly, which he now does every day. Mr. Sweetapple presented the flag to the Clerk’s Office in appreciation of their allegiance to our Star and Stripes and it will be displayed in the office.
MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES HELD AT AMERICAN LEGION POST NO.144
(MINEOLA, NY) The members of Williston Park American Legion Post # 144 were joined by the member of the Ladies Auxiliary & V.F.W. in hosting the “Post Everlasting Services” on Memorial Day, in tribute to members of our Armed Services who gave so much of their lives in service to our country.
Pictured (left to right) Past Department Vice Commander Pete Holowecki, Williston Park Fire Department Chief William Shannon, Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell, Ladies Auxiliary President Kay Derby, Commander John Lawless, Past Commander and Memorial Day Coordinator Donato Sassano, Past Commander Bob Robesch and Memorial Day Chairman Frank Busa.
COUNTY CLERK HONORS AMERICAN LEGION NASSAU COUNTY COMMANDER AND 10TH DISTRICT PRESIDENT
(MINEOLA, NY) Nassau County Clerk Maureen O’Connell recently joined the Williston Post No.144 American Legion and Williston American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Unit No.144, in honoring two of their outstanding members. Past Commander Robert Robesch has been elected to serve as the American Legion Nassau County Commander and Rosemary Wilenski has been elected to the post of Nassau County’s 10th District American Legion Ladies Auxiliary President. This is the first time that the serving County Commander and County District President have been members of the same Post. This is an outstanding honor for Commander Robesch, President Wilenski and Post No. 144. It is a testament to their years of dedicated service to the veteran community and the residents of Nassau County. Congratulations to them on their well deserved honors.
Pictured with County Clerk O’Connell (center) are President Rosemary Wilenski (left) and County Commander Robert Robesch (right).
I am honored to have the opportunity to thank you for your service. Without people like you, this Country would not be what it is today.
As the Nassau County Clerk, I am pleased to offer services that can be of great benefit to veterans, which include our recording of Certificates of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD-214) and the issuance of Veterans Peddler’s Licenses.
Veterans are also eligible for numerous other programs here in Nassau County, including a reduction in property taxes. When applying, veterans can receive an exemption based on the type of service they rendered to their country during wartime. A DD-214 must be submitted to determine eligibility for this program.
I encourage you to contact the Nassau County Veterans Service Agency at the telephone numbers listed on the inside of this brochure to find out what benefits you may be entitled to and for assistance with completing required forms to receive your veterans’ benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (V.A.), New York State, and Nassau County.
On a personal note, please accept my heartfelt appreciation for the sacrifices you made in the service of our country.