FSW Board Member Inducted to Westchester Senior Hall of Fame

Port Chester, NY (October 31, 2017) –  Family Services of Westchester (FSW), announces the appointment of Board member Nicholas Wolff to the 2017 class of Westchester County’s Senior Citizen Hall of Fame. In its 35th year, the Senior Citizen Hall of Fame recognizes community members that have exemplified the true spirit of service.

Wolff joined the FSW Board of Directors over 10 years ago, after spending many years as a volunteer for programs designed to help children and the elderly. He enjoys reading to the children involved in Head Start and drives seniors to appointments through Ride Connect. As a board member, he counsels the organization on business matters and helps to raise funds. In addition to his activities with FSW, Wolff is a past President of the Rotary Club of White Plains and has served as a member of the board for the White Plains Child Day Care Center, United Way, the White Plains Library Association and Friends of the White Plains Public Schools.

“Nicholas truly embodies the word ‘service’,” stated Lisa Copeland, FSW Board Chairwoman. “He has given so much to the residents of Westchester, through his career and his volunteer work. His commitment to our county and to the individuals and families served at FSW is admirable.”

Born is White Plains, Wolff attended White Plains High School. After attending Monmouth College, he joined the real estate firm founded by his grandmother and father in 1933, F. Richard Wolff & Son, Inc. Currently he is a realtor at Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty. Mr. Wolff has also served on the Westchester County Board of Realtors in a variety of leadership positions, and he has conducted courses in real estate. He and his wife, Aileen, have four children and three grandchildren.

“We are delighted that Nicholas has been recognized for his work throughout Westchester,” stated Susan B. Wayne, FSW President and CEO. “He joined FSW because he wanted to serve an organization that reaches as many people as possible and his enthusiasm for his many roles within our 50+ programs is genuine – we are so lucky to have his contributions!”

Wolff was selected by a panel of judges appointed by Westchester County’s Department of Senior Programs and Services. He will join 69 other seniors and County Executive Robert P. Astorino at an induction ceremony scheduled for December 1 at the Westchester Marriott Hotel in Tarrytown.

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Carmen Stevens


Family Services of Westchester (FSW) is a non-profit organization operating in Westchester County, NY, since 1954. With over 50 innovative programs, FSW provides mental health and social services that strengthen and support families, children, and individuals in every stage of the life cycle. Learn more about FSW here.