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08/12 Astorino to Honor William E. Mounteney, Appointed 100 Years Ago as Westchester’s First Salaried, Full-time Probation Officer 10 AM

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08/12 Astorino to Honor William E. Mounteney, Appointed 100 Years Ago as Westchester’s First Salaried, Full-time Probation Officer 10 AM

August 14, 2015 - 11:29
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Astorino to Honor William E. Mounteney, Appointed 100 Years Ago as Westchester’s First Salaried, Full-time Probation Officer

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NEW YORK, NY --WHO:             Rob Astorino, Westchester County Executive

                        Michael Kaplowitz, Chairman of the Board of Legislators

                        Rocco Pozzi, Commissioner of Department of Probation

                        Hon. Alan Scheinkman, Administrative Judge, 9th Judicial District

                        Susan Burke, President of American Probation/Parole Association

                        Robert Maccarone, State Director, NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services

                        Joseph Rinaldi, President, Middle Atlantic States Correction Association

                        Kevin McKay, NYS Probation Officers Association

                        Katherine Hite, Westchester County Historical Society

                        More than 200 other guests, including many probation officers

WHAT:           Two separate ceremonies to honor William E. Mounteney, appointed 100 years ago as Westchester’s first salaried, full-time probation officer. 

The first ceremony will unveil a gravesite monument at Mounteney’s final resting place that had been sadly unmarked for 52 years.

The second, more formal ceremony has a full program of speakers and will take place at the Westchester County Courthouse.

WHEN:           Wednesday, August 12, 2015

First ceremony – 10 a.m.

Second ceremony – 2 p.m.

WHERE:         First ceremony – Kensico Cemetery in Valhalla.  Use 75 Grasslands Rd. which will bring you just across from the Tower Entrance where an official will be stationed to direct you to gravesite (10 a.m.) 

Second ceremony – Westchester County Courthouse, Central Jury Room, White Plains (2 p.m.)