US Marine veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom Valen Cianci and Richard Lorah were recently recognized for their outstanding service to senior citizens in Chester County during the Chester County Commissioners’ Sunshine Meeting at the County Commissioners Office.
Cianci is a two-tour combat veteran and a certified public accountant at Newtown Square firm Rainer & Company. Lorah is a combat veteran attending Strayer University.
After returning from service, the two started a non-profit called Granny Handymen, Inc., based in Downingtown. The organization, which provides basic handyman services at no cost to Chester County seniors over 60 and the disabled, has served more than 200 Chester County residents in the past seven months, with a goal of helping seniors live safely and independently by providing assistance with tasks such as furniture assembly, minor plumbing and electrical repairs, painting and more. For more information, visit www.iheartgranny.org or call 484-693-0769.
Pictured L to R: Commissioner Terence Farrell, Sandra Murphy (Director of Chester County Dept. of Aging Services), Richard Lorah, Valen Cianci, Commissioner Kathi Cozzone, Commissioner Ryan Costello.
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This post was written by Laura Preby