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Edward I. Koch passed away on February 1, 2013 at the age of 88. It’s been over 20 years since he last served as Mayor of his beloved New York City, but his impact is still felt in the city and throughout the nation. And, importantly, he leaves behind a legacy of dedication to military service that will be remembered by his fellow Veterans.
A decorated World War II veteran, and proud of his service, Koch is credited with New York City’s 1980's recovery from near-bankruptcy. During his three terms, he helped propel the city to the sustained economic growth and booming tourism of the 1990's and 2000's.
At a funeral service held in New York City on February 4th, heads of state, city leaders, and surviving Big Apple mayors – David Dinkins, a Marine Corp veteran who defeated Koch fin his 4th term run, Rudolph Giuliani, and Michael Bloomberg – honored and eulogized him.
HeroVet awards are bestowed on Veterans, who, having given service in our military, distinguish themselves by their continued contributions to society.
The HeroVet is the Veteran who produces a greater good or significantly contributes to community through ongoing service or leadership.
HeroVets best represent the honor and value of service to our county, as they are often guided by experiences and skills gained from military service.
Do you know a possible HeroVet candidate?
Contact us with their qualifications. If we honor them as a HeroVet, we will spread the word about their contributions to the rest of the world.
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