OSWEGO, NY – Oswego County Legislators presented the Malone family a plaque in honor of the late Buildings and Grounds Superintendent William Malone at the March 12 meeting.
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Malone, who worked for the Buildings and Grounds Department more than 25 years, passed away Dec. 19, 2014.
From left are County Legislature Chairman Kevin Gardner, District 13; members of the Legislature’s Infrastructure, Facilities and Technology Committee Linda Lockwood, District 11; David Holst, District 4; committee vice chairman Stephen Walpole, District 14; committee chairman Robert Hayes, District 10; Malone’s son Joshua and wife Kim; James Weatherup, District 9; Milferd Potter, District 2; and Marie Schadt, District 19.
Malone was remembered as a kind and hard-working professional who took pride in keeping the historic county buildings in excellent condition.