Posts Tagged ‘Crossing Guard’

Forty Years, Same Corner | NY Times

Forty Years, Same Corner | NY Times

Character Study By COREY KILGANNON With a blast of her whistle, Estelle Davis raised a white-gloved hand and held back a column of oncoming cars bearing down on a group of schoolchildren ambling across the street. “Come on, baby,” she said, ushering a straggler through the rush-hour traffic. Ms. Davis has been a New York […]


NYPD Precincts Organize Funeral for Crossing Guard Who Served for 45 Years | DNAinfo

NYPD Precincts Organize Funeral for Crossing Guard Who Served for 45 Years | DNAinfo

By Lindsay Armstrong WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — Broadway and West 174th Street was Peggy Cain’s post and she took her job there seriously. She worked as a crossing guard at that corner for 45 years, ushering generations of school children across the street before she retired in 2014. “She felt like if she wasn’t there, the […]

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