Little Neck NY — Brandywine Living at The Savoy, a premier provider of senior living, honored local first responders during a “Thank You” Breakfast on September 13, 2021.
The special breakfast was scheduled during their National Assisted Living Week activities as a way to give back to the local community.
EMS workers from Little Neck/Douglass, Glen Oaks and police officers from 105 precinct enjoyed a full breakfast and take-home bags.
Senator John Liu and Assemblywoman Nily Rozic attended the event to show support and appreciation for the first responders in attendance.
Residents of the community participated in the event by personally thanking and greeting the first responders. Additionally, Helaine Rossett, Resident Council President, made a special speech thanking everyone for their dedicated service.
The community’s own retired first responder, Bob Jarmusik, received a special thank you from attendees. He was in the NYPD for 39 years and in service during 9/11.
“Savoy’s annual breakfast was hosted to pay our respect and remember 9/11 and our amazing first responders. Special thanks to NYS Senator John Liu and Assemblywoman Nily Rozic for being with us during this important event,” commented Donna Lapidus, Brandywine Living Escapades Director, who organized the event.
About Brandywine Living
Brandywine Living (formerly Brandywine Senior Living) is a market leader in luxury senior living, including assisted living, memory care and independent living. Founded in 1996, and headquartered in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, Brandywine currently operates 31 communities in seven states (PA, NJ, NY, CT, VA, MD & DE). For more information, contact Brandywine Living at www.brandycare.com, or call 856-813-2000.