Farewell To A Legend

Ella Thompson was one of the people that come along in life, every now and then. Someone who operated from the street, not some elevated platform someone who had the courage of her convictions.

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August 21st was a good day at work. I had the pleasure of meeting Paul Mays, Jr. and his mother Georgeina Mays. Reason being, to present a $1,000 CHA scholarship to Paul, entering Widener University this semester.

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The Judge – Jobs, Integrity

Hard to believe it’s been a year since we dedicated CHA Headquarters to our beloved Norma L. Shapiro. I’ll start a tradition and take this day each year to bring up remembrances of her where the Housing Authority was concerned. On this first anniversary, let’s start with two.

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Every good organization has this person. They are extremely good in their specialized field. AND they have an eye on everything else. When needed, they can fill in anywhere without much preparation. We have that vital person at the CHA, and it’s largely why we’re good. The letterhead says Maria Zissimos, General Counsel. It’s that and much more.

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Chief cook and bottle washer — an old expression to describe a person who does everything, from the important to the mundane.  At the CHA, we have the guy we call Chief. Most think it’s because of his most known function, that of running our small Police Department.  Think again.  Aside from the responsibility of keeping a 24/7 law enforcement operation on the streets, he also runs our IT.

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