YONKERS, NY and WASHINGTON, D.C. – June 9, 2014 — Congressman Eliot Engel presented a Congressional Record to Al and Dee DelBello at the Hudson River Museum Gala, where the pair were recognized for their significant contributions to the Museum.
“Al is a distinguished public servant who represented our community with dignity and integrity during his tenure as Mayor of Yonkers, as Westchester County Executive, and then as Lieutenant Governor. His record of hard work and commitment to ensuring that government serves all is remarkable, and he’s a leader whom I have strived to emulate,” said Congressman Engel.
“Dee DelBello joins her husband in being an exemplary public servant, dedicating her life to lend a helping hand. She has served our state honorably during her 17-year tenure as the Commissioner of the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct.”
“Al and Dee DelBello have both won numerous awards throughout the years for their immense work on behalf of all New Yorkers, and I want to continue recognizing them by expressing my gratitude and appreciation for all of the contributions they have made.”
A Congressional Record honors outstanding individuals or organizations for the contributions they have made to their respective community. Congressional Records are official documents that become a permanent part of the minutes and proceedings of Congress, and are thus held in perpetuity.
SOURCE: Deshundra Jefferson, Press Secretary to Congressman Eliot L. Engel .