Cullen Malzo, a 2001 graduate of Tom Thumb, is nothing short of a hero. After two teenage girls from Mahopac were involved in a car accident on Thursday, November 10, 2016, Cullen sprung into action. The accident left them trapped in their car, upside down in Lake Mahopac.
Cullen to the Rescue
Police said that 19-year-old Cullen Malzo was nearby when he heard the crash. He dialed 911 and ran to the scene. Without hesitation, Cullen ran into the murky water and quickly pulled the girls out of an open window. Thankfully, the girls only suffered minor injuries.
We Salute Cullen Our Local Hero
Cullen Malzo is just that kind of person; compassionate, confident and fearless. From a very young age, Cullen has exhibited these characteristics and his actions are nothing less than heroic. Our community is very proud of him. We all have such confidence and pride in our Next Generation of Great Americans, where Cullen Malzo is a remarkable example.
The Yorktown Chamber of Commerce 17th Annual Dinner Dance and Awards Celebration – 2015 Honoree, Nancy Brophy, for the Business Person of the Year
Nancy Brophy is the founder and owner of the Tom Thumb Preschool
Yorktown Chamber of Commerce 17th Annual Awards Celebration
Nancy has been developing the Tom Thumb Campus for over 47 years and still not finish. She founded Tom Thumb as a private school in 1965. She has continuously expanded and enhanced the Tom Thumb Preschool to keep pace with her innovated preschool programs to its present facility of today.
In 1985, she included Dynamic Gymnastics. The campus serves children from 2 years old (Thumbelina), 3 to 5 years (Tom Thumb) and up to 18 years old at Dynamic Gymnastics. In addition, the campus offers an after-school program (Stay & Play) for elementary school children and summer camp (Catch Us If You Can).
Nancy’s goal is to provide the highest quality educational services to improve our society by helping our children reach their full potential. She is committed to her belief, “Children have their own special strengths that time and play will reveal“.
Nancy Brophy is proud to be an educator and secondly a business woman that has built her business specifically serve the educational needs of children. To learn more about Nancy Brophy read the Northern Westchester Examiner’s July 21 article by clicking on Decorated Preschool Educator Going Strong 47 Years Later.
Congratulatory Mention by the Local Business Community that Knows, Likes and Trusts Nancy Brophy
Michael J. Grace, Supervisor, Town of Yorktown, message, ” We congratulate Nancy Brophy as recipient of this year’s Business Person of the Year. As owner and director of Tom Thumb Preschool, Nancy has been providing quality preschool child services to our Yorktown community for almost 50 years”
Hon. & Mrs. Salvatore A. Lagonia and Non. & Mrs. Gary J. Raniolo congratulates Nancy Brophy
Saidel & Saidel Attorneys at Law congratulates Nancy Brophy
Mount Kisco Medical Group PC congratulates Nancy Brophy
Rosanna & Al Capellini congrats to Life Achiever Nancy Brophy
New York – Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital congratulates Nancy Brophy