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It is with great sadness that we report the passing of our friend and dedicated public servant Leonard N. Spano on February 10, 2019.  Len was 88 at his passing.

A quiet giant in Westchester County public life, Len spent twelve years (1994-2005) as our County Clerk and twenty-two years (1972-1993) as a County Legislator.

Len loved public service, especially as County Clerk where he used to say he could always say “Yes” to a constituent. He was beloved by his staff and by the public at large.

Len was a leader who, as a County Legislator, helped in transforming our Westchester Medical Center into a modern tertiary care facility that serves the entire Hudson Valley.  He was also the driving force in the Handgun Record-Keeping Accountability Act, which vastly improved the process of tracking legally obtained handguns.

Len was especially proud of his family, sixteen children strong along with 42 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.  His eldest son Nicholas served in the State Senate for many years and his son Michael is currently the mayor of the City of Yonkers.

May Len rest in peace.

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