2005-04-08 / Community

Deputy Inspector Paul Piekarski Is The ‘Toast of the Town’


About 35 guests joined Deputy Inspector Paul Piekarski (left) at The Beach Club last Friday in celebrating his promotion. “I’m so glad that I got promoted here (at the 100 Pct.) because it makes it that much sweeter… It’s a reward for me, the cops and the community,” Piekarski told City Councilman Joseph Addabbo Jr. (right), Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Joanie Omeste and (mainland) Democratic District Leader Frank Gulluscio (center) who came to congratulate him.About 35 guests joined Deputy Inspector Paul Piekarski (left) at The Beach Club last Friday in celebrating his promotion. “I’m so glad that I got promoted here (at the 100 Pct.) because it makes it that much sweeter… It’s a reward for me, the cops and the community,” Piekarski told City Councilman Joseph Addabbo Jr. (right), Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Joanie Omeste and (mainland) Democratic District Leader Frank Gulluscio (center) who came to congratulate him.At left: Community Affairs Unit Officers Peter Griffith (left) and Louis Brust at the celebration.
At left: Community Affairs Unit Officers Peter Griffith (left) and Louis Brust at the celebration. At right: Detective Janet Barry and Sergeant Branko Yurisak sat together at the party for D.I. Piekarski.At right: Detective Janet Barry and Sergeant Branko Yurisak sat together at the party for D.I. Piekarski.Rabbi Melvyn May, Barbara Larkin of the Belle Harbor Property Owners Assn., Police Officer Kenneth Beecher and Jerry Rashes of the Neponsit Homeowners Assn.Rabbi Melvyn May, Barbara Larkin of the Belle Harbor Property Owners Assn., Police Officer Kenneth Beecher and Jerry Rashes of the Neponsit Homeowners Assn.Members of the 100 Pct. presented D.I. Piekarski with a plaque in honor of his promotion. It reads: Congratulations and best wishes on your well deserved promotion to deputy inspector. Your hard work and devotion that you give each and every day to the members of your command and the Rockaway community will always be appreciated and never be forgotten.Members of the 100 Pct. presented D.I. Piekarski with a plaque in honor of his promotion. It reads: Congratulations and best wishes on your well deserved promotion to deputy inspector. Your hard work and devotion that you give each and every day to the members of your command and the Rockaway community will always be appreciated and never be forgotten.Earlier, D.I. Piekarski posed with his cake and his NYPD colleagues, whose hard work, he said, set the stage for his promotion. Photo: P.O. Benjamin Reiver, 100 Pct.Earlier, D.I. Piekarski posed with his cake and his NYPD colleagues, whose hard work, he said, set the stage for his promotion. Photo: P.O. Benjamin Reiver, 100 Pct.D.I. Piekarski introduces Patrol Borough Queens South Assistant Chief Thomas Dale to members of his family including his mother, Wanda (center) and sister Nadine (right).D.I. Piekarski introduces Patrol Borough Queens South Assistant Chief Thomas Dale to members of his family including his mother, Wanda (center) and sister Nadine (right).

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