Resident of Chestnut Ridge Honored by Local Government for Dedicated Volunteer Work

Resident of Chestnut Ridge Honored by Local Government for Dedicated Volunteer Work

By: Yitzy Fried 

Rockland County was the site of a great Kiddush Hashem, as County Executive Ed Day honored Chief Yaakov Rosenberg of The William Paul Faist Volunteer Ambulance Corps of Chestnut Ridge for his dedicated service to Rockland County and its residents—highlighting his selfless efforts over four years. 

Rosenberg served as a volunteer member with W.P. Faist EMS for the past 11 years and as Chief for the past four years. As he prepares to move out of Rockland County, he will be stepping down from his position.  

Recognizing his contributions, County Executive Day said: "I am proud to recognize Yaakov for his efforts in ensuring the safety and well-being of our residents for all of these years. I wish you nothing but the best in your future endeavors. You will be missed here in Rockland County."


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