Recorder of Deeds office to bring facemasks to SE Veterans Center

Recorder of Deeds Chris Pielli

SPRING CITY  – Officials from the Recorder of Deeds office of Chester County will deliver face masks to residents at the Southeastern Veterans’ Center (SEVC) branded with their respective branch of military. The masks were handmade in the United States and gifted by an anonymous donor. They vary in size and are printed with designs relating to the US Army, Marines, Navy and Air Force.

“Our residents, who have served their country and are heroes to all of the staff at SEVC, know that wearing a mask keeps them safe and keeps their community safe,” said Jill Alwine, Admissions Coordinator for the center. “Being able to show the pride they have in having served their country while keeping their fellow neighbors safe within our community is an honor for them. On behalf of our residents, we thank the Chester County Recorder of Deeds office for their generosity during this trying time.”

The event serves in conjunction with ongoing development of the department’s Veteran & Recorder of Deeds Chris Pielli, Esq., First and Second Deputies Erin VanRyn and Diane O’Dwyer and Special Projects Coordinator Kim Bydlon will hand deliver the masks to the center on Wednesday, August 19th at 1:30 pm. Due to health and safety concerns, this event is not open to the public and dedicated staff members at the SEVC will accept the masks on the residents’ behalf and distribute them following the event.

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