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A Friendly Face Leaves Harrison Sanitation Dep't

If you've been in town long enough, you know Albert Mazzullo on a first name basis. The veteran town employee retired on July 27.

There are only a few people in a town Harrison's size who are so well known the use of a last name becomes a waste of time. Albert Mazzullo, who retired this week after decades with the Harrison Sanitation Department, is one of those people.

"He's one of the true characters of Harrison who, basically, everyone knows by his first name—similar to Madonna," joked Harrison Department of Public Works Commissioner Anthony Robinson. "You say Albert, basically everyone knows who Albert is."

The Harrison Town Board accepted Mazzullo's retirement last week, but took a moment to wish the dedicated employee luck first.

"Albert is a kind and gentle soul with a really good heart and we're really going to miss him," said Robinson.

The board also accepted the resignation of Alfred Fiorelli, who served for 27 years on the town's architectural review board.

"I served with Fred for many years," said Councilman Fred Sciliano. "It was a pleasure."

GoJo73 August 07, 2012 at 10:44 AM
BIG AL!!! You will be missed buddy, but we will always have all those great stories!!!
BobCat August 07, 2012 at 05:24 PM
I've been out of town for years. But I just happened to bump into Albert on Mamaroneck Ave. a couple of weeks ago. I was just like old times. Congratulations, Albert. See you at the Rec soon? Bet you can still drain it from the corner!
Ram7 August 07, 2012 at 10:26 PM
Cousin Albert, you are the best! Always a smile and something pleasant to say. Congratulations and Godspeed Cuz.
RyeDad August 08, 2012 at 02:25 AM
Congrats Big Al. You earned so enjoy it.
NAO August 08, 2012 at 11:49 PM
Congratulations on both of these gentlemen upon their retriement. I wish them both a long and healthy retirement. The town will miss you. Naomi

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