|The PBA wishes to offer our thoughts
and prayers to fellow officer
Luigi Osso and his family.
We are here for you Brother
|The OSSO Family and the PBA would like to thank the Irvington Fire Department and their "Boot Drive",
it was much appreciated.
Thank you boys!!!
Thanks to Mallory and Madison
for organizing this event for
Louie and his family.
Mallory and Madison
Special Thanks to:
The Irvington Fire Department
All the bakers
Fuffi for the donations
And a heartfelt "Thank you" to everyone for
your thoughts, prayers and generous
GREAT JOB GIRLS
The Irvington PBA on behalf of The Osso Family
would like to thank the
Irvington Volunteer Ambulance Corps
for organizing this 2 day event.
Ellen and Julia
Thanks to everyone who attended.
|Candlelight Prayer Service
On behalf of the Osso Family
we would like to express our thanks and gratitude
to all who offered prayers
|Thanks Chris for the video!!!!
|A Note from Maria:
On April 21, 2010 , my husband, Irvington Police Officer, Luigi Osso was involved in a life threatening
motor vehicle accident. The accident occurred while Louie was on duty and in a marked police vehicle. It
was touch and go for a while. Louie has spent the past 10 weeks in the intensive care unit at the
Westchester Medical Center and has endured 12 surgeries and procedures. Now, I am happy to say that
Louie has turned the corner and is getting stronger on a daily basis. His thoughts remain upbeat as he
focuses on getting better so that he can return to the work he loves, being a police officer,
an Irvington Police Officer.
When Louie gets a little stronger, he will begin the long and painful rehabilitation process. I wish that I
could tell everyone where it will be and how long it will take, but I just can’t. As Louie’s recovery has
taken hold, I now feel that the right time to reach out to everyone in the Rivertowns and say,
Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echo is truly endless. Your words have reached me,
now I hope that my words reach you. Mere words can not express my feelings of gratitude and thanks. A
hospital waiting room can be a lonely place, but the continued outpouring of love and support from the
Irvington community has helped to steady me when I was at my lowest and has constantly reminded me
that I wasn’t alone.
The space provided here does not permit me to thank everyone individually. I would be remiss if I didn’t
mention the following groups and individuals: the members of the Irvington, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley,
Elmsford, Tarrytown, Hastings and Greenburgh Police Departments and PBA’s, the members of the
Irvington and Dobbs Ferry Ambulance Corps, the Irvington Fire Department, Mayor Jon Seigel and the
Irvington Board of Trustees, Father Raymond Byrne of the Immaculate Conception Church, the Irvington
Recreation staff and the Senior’s Center, Madeline Billings, the children of the Irvington schools and last
but not least the people and businesses of Irvington.
From the cards and letters, the cookies and meals to the good thoughts, kind words and prayers you
have helped sustain me and my family in our time of despair. Each day I relay these extraordinary stories
of kindness and generosity to Louie. I see that their positive effect fortifies him and makes him stronger. I
truly believe that each and every one of you has helped to bring Louie back from the brink.
Our families are eternally grateful.
Please continue to pray for Louie,