FAIRPORT, N.Y. (WROC) — One particular floral shop in Fairport is powering the blue ribbons honoring Rochester Police Officer Mazurkiewicz. Claudia O’Hara has been making them right there at their shop.
O’Hara says this is a labor of enjoy.
“Fairport is a heat and loving community and when it loses a single of its very own, everyone arrives together. We want to stand at the rear of the police, the officers. We want to stand powering their family members.”
“The ribbons promptly arrived out, blue lights had been offered out all more than so you could see it instantly. You could see it as a result of the Village of Fairport, as a result of the City, individuals tying blue ribbons all around their trees,” Hanna describes.
The City of Perinton is presently getting an outpouring of inquiries from group corporations, organizations and residents, alike, asking for how they can aid. They say that will occur in due time.
“We’re heading to set jointly a committee so that we can appear up with an acceptable memorial for Tony and his company to our local community, and we’ll function with the relatives by means of that… they were so concerned in the community there’s likely to be so lots of selections to do. We just want to do the most acceptable a person,” Hanna explains.
RPD is also awarding Officer Mazurkiewicz a posthumous Medal of Valor and Purple Heart for his services.
In reaction to the request of neighborhood users, officials produced the following set of recommendations for those people who are looking to support out:
- On the net: Visit www.locustclub.org, and click on the organization’s donation website link.
- In-Man or woman: Go to any Canandaigua Countrywide Lender Department and donate to Rochester Law enforcement Locust Club FBO Anthony Mazurkiewicz
- By mail: Checks really should be created out to Rochester Police Locust Club FBO Anthony Mazurkiewicz and mailed to Rochester Police Locust Club, 1425 Lexington Avenue, Rochester, NY 14606