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Ronald McDonald House Names Room with WPPFFA and PBA

Ronald McDonald House of the Greater Hudson Valley hosted a Room Naming and Ribbon Cutting event recently for their newly renovated Respite Nook. WPPFFA Local 274 and White Plains PBA dedicated the room in memory of Deputy Chief Kevin Heffernan’s late wife Nancy. She battled cancer since she was 16 years old and her daughter Gabby said her mom had a special place in her heart for families with sick children and always emphasized how important family time is. The family hopes the respite nook can give some of the RM House families special time together.

Photo Caption: (L to R) Dennis Heffernan, Gabby Heffernan, Kevin Heffernan, Brittany Moretti, Executive Director RMHGHV, Jake Douglas PBA and Todd Horgan PBA at the official ribbon cutting ceremony for the Respite Nook.

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