Flooks, Bill

"Bill is a second generation Funeral Director who has been licensed by the State of New York for 30 years. Bill purchased Beecher Funeral Home Inc. in February of 2004 and became only the 3rd owner of this business started by Sam Beecher in 1928.A 1973 graduate of St. Nicholas of Tolentine H.S. in the Bronx, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from LaSalle College in 1977 and a degree in Mortuary Science in 1978 from the American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Service in New York City. In 1994 Bill was appointed as an Adjunct Professor of Embalming at A.A.M.I. and in 2001 he became the Director of Clinical Embalming. President of the Pleasantville Chamber of Commerce for ten years Bill is also member of the Pleasantville Lions Club. He is Co - Chairperson of the Development Advisory Board and sits on the Board of Directors for Hospice & Palliative Care of Westchester. Bill currently resides in White Plains with his wife Debbie and their three children, Billy, Liz and Jackie. He demonstrates community spirit by participating in local events and among the many organizations he supports, donates annually to the Dads Club of Pleasantville, Pleasantville Community Scholarship Fund, Pleasantville H.S. Football Team, Police Benevolent Association, Pleasantville Fire Department , Pleasantville Ambulance Corp. and Mt. Pleasant Seniors."

Fox-Alter, Mary

"Mary Fox-Alter is the Superintendent of Schools for the Pleasantville Union Free School District."

Frank, Emma

"Emma Frank has been a Pleasantville resident for 15 years. She is married with 3 children, a dog and a fish that was won at Pleasantville Day 5 years ago!! Her passions are her work, her family and traveling. \"My favorite way to learn about something is to ask someone who knows.\" Thus was born the show."

Garbarini, Andrea

"Andrea Garbarini is a long time Pleasantville resident and a member of the Pleasantville Recycles Committee."

Gordon, Bernard S.

"Bernard S. Gordon served as a Village of Pleasantville Trustee from 1990-1999 and as Village Mayor from 2003-2009 as well as being a founding member of Pleasantville Community Synagogue."

Griffin Wagner, Colleen

"Colleen Griffin Wagner is the host of Pleasantville in 5, a PCTV series that highlights what is new, happening and hip in Pleasantville. Colleen and has contributed her time and services to numerous community organizations and serves on numerous boards throughout Westchester County and the greater New York area. In March of 2012, Colleen was elected to the Pleasantville Village Board and serves as liaison to the Mount Pleasant Library, the Architectural Review Board and the Zoning Board. She is the proud mother of three teenage boys and has been a Pleasantville resident for over 12 years."

Halpern, Stephen

"For the majority of my working life, I was a professor of European and American History at the Borough of Manhattan Community College. I also taught for several years at Rutgers University and Pace University in Pleasantville. My love affair with classical music began in my early teens. I studied oboe and piano and had fantasies of being a professional musician. I was also interested in photography. After I retired from teaching in 2002, I decided to blend my interest in music and the visual arts by creating The Arts in Westchester, a television program, involving performance and interviews. I also work with my wife Sheila creating full-length video documentaries, often on musical themes."

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