Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle recognizes former Hazel Crest Mayor Bill Brown

Former Hazel Crest Mayor Bill Browne and Cook County Board President, Toni Preckwinkle.  Photo provided by Aldophus Kindle
Former Hazel Crest Mayor Bill Browne and Cook County Board President, Toni Preckwinkle. Photo provided by Aldophus Kindle

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle recognizes former Hazel Crest  Mayor Bill Brown

Cook County Board president Toni Preckwinkle recognizes Bill Brown, recent retiree, resident of Hazel Crest and former Mayor of Hazel Crest retires for Over a decade, of meritoriously as Cook County’s Director of Veterans Affairs. His efforts connected dozens of organizations and resource efforts to serve and improve the quality of life for the veterans of Cook County. Thank you, Bill Browne, for your courageous service to this country, and your dedicated service to our veterans. Happy Veterans Day.

Members of the armed forces stand with Tanya Anthony, Bill Browne, and Maj. Deanna Love at a celebration on recently for Bill Browne's long service to Cook County.

A Message from the President Here in Cook County, we continue to honor and salute over 156,000 veterans who reside here for their service: past, present and future. This year we would like to honor one veteran for his exemplary service to improve and impact the lives of the veterans who reside in Cook County. The honoree for 2021 is our former Director of Veterans Affairs, William “Bill” Browne (right).

Over the last decade, Bill meritoriously served as Cook County’s Director of Veterans Affairs. His efforts connected dozens of organizations and resource efforts to serve and improve the quality of life for the veterans of Cook County. Thank you, Bill Browne, for your courageous service to this country, and your dedicated service to our veterans. Happy Veterans Day.

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