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Clair S Bartholomew and Son Inc

302 Bedford Avenue
Bellmore, NY 11710
(516) 785-0225
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Wantagh Fire Department volunteer dies at 101 - liherald.com

Monday, March 27, 2017

Wantagh Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, died on Feb. 22. She was 101.The Wantagh Fire Department serves all of Wantagh, Seaford Harbor and parts of Levittown, East Meadow and Bellmore. Public Information Officer Kevin Regan said that Swenson, of Wantagh, was a beloved and dedicated member of the Ladies Auxiliary for more than six decades.Swenson began volunteering for the department in 1956. Regan noted that, during her tenure with the Ladies Auxiliary, she was named an honorary president because she passionately served on many different committees.“Rose was always one of the first people to volunteer to assist,” he added. “Whenever she was around the fire department, she always had a bright smile on her face and genuinely enjoyed being around the Ladies Auxiliary and [the department].”Department officials formally recognized Swenson at the 2014 6th Battalion Parade, which was held in Wantagh. During the event, Swenson rode in the chief’s car, adorned with a banner that read, “Celebrating 99 Years.”One year later, Wantagh volunteers helped Swenson celebrate another milestone: her 100th birthday. The Ladies Auxiliary hosted a party for her, Regan said, and U.S. Rep. Peter King, County Executive Ed Man...

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Wantagh Fire Department volunteer dies at 101 - liherald.com

Monday, March 27, 2017

Wantagh Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, died on Feb. 22. She was 101.The Wantagh Fire Department serves all of Wantagh, Seaford Harbor and parts of Levittown, East Meadow and Bellmore. Public Information Officer Kevin Regan said that Swenson, of Wantagh, was a beloved and dedicated member of the Ladies Auxiliary for more than six decades.Swenson began volunteering for the department in 1956. Regan noted that, during her tenure with the Ladies Auxiliary, she was named an honorary president because she passionately served on many different committees.“Rose was always one of the first people to volunteer to assist,” he added. “Whenever she was around the fire department, she always had a bright smile on her face and genuinely enjoyed being around the Ladies Auxiliary and [the department].”Department officials formally recognized Swenson at the 2014 6th Battalion Parade, which was held in Wantagh. During the event, Swenson rode in the chief’s car, adorned with a banner that read, “Celebrating 99 Years.”One year later, Wantagh volunteers helped Swenson celebrate another milestone: her 100th birthday. The Ladies Auxiliary hosted a party for her, Regan said, and U.S. Rep. Peter King, County Executive Ed Man...