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Last Updated: May 21, 2019
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Fundraiser in Honor of Fallen Marine
Sgt. Robert A. Hendriks
(l-r) Nancy Staab, Legislator Josh Lafazan, Brian Kelly a Kings Point
graduate, and still active in the Marine reserves, and Al Staab.
On Tuesday, May 14th Nassau County Legislator Joshua A. Lafazan hosted a fundraiser in honor of Sergeant Robert Hendriks. Sergeant Hendriks was killed in Afghanistan on April 8, 2019 while serving his country. The event was held at the Oyster Bay Brewing Company who also donated all the proceeds made at the cash bar.
The Coach Grill and Tavern donated all the delicious food. The donations will be used for the Falcon Pride Booster Club of Locust Valley to establish the Sergeant Robert A. Hendriks Memorial Scholarship. Sgt. Hendrik’s graduated from Locust Valley High School in 2012.
The Oyster Bay Brewery was packed, filled with friends, relatives, and classmates. Many American Legionnaires from all over the North Shore representing several wars, AMVets, service men and women came out to support the event. There were heartfelt speeches given by his two best friends Christopher Tasso and Erik Eckes. Hendrik’s cousin Deanna Spinelli also read a letter of thanks from Sgt. Hendrik’s family, and his brother Joseph who is also a marine. The Nassau County PBA and Building Homes for Heroes presented a check for $1000 for the scholarship. By the end of the evening over $30,000 was raised for the scholarship fund.