Long Island Game Farm held a dedication c today for late NYPD sergeant Paul Ferrara. Ferrara, who died in August 2014 from cancer as a result from his time working at/around 9/11’s Ground Zero, had been passionate about animals and wildlife and an avid supporter of the game farm.
The newly renovated Woodland Hall was dedicated in his memory and will help the game farm further its mission and support the sanctuary for rescued animals, bringing more awareness to animals, nature, and conservation.
In attendance today was Ferrara’s wife, Kerrie; his son, Paul Jr.; Long Island Game Farm president Melinda Novak; members of the NYPD, including the NYPD Ceremonial Guard Unit; Town of Brookhaven supervisor Edward P. Romaine; Town of Brookhaven councilman Daniel Panico; and Catherine Stark from the Suffolk County Legislature.
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