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The volunteers were at the JFK Marina for the opening of a new boat launch on April 7, 1995. Their boat was the first to be launched off of it.

Mayor Zaleski was at the JFK Marina for a ribbon cutting ceremony that opened a new boat launch ramp. This event was on April 7, 1995.

Award to Captain Frank and Kay Kendrick who served the United States Volunteer Life Saving Corps for over 50 years.

Frank Kendrick was a member of the United States Volunteer Life Saving Corps for over fifty years and eventually became its Captain.
He died on September 11, 2002 saving the life of a woman who jumped into the Hudson River in an attempt to commit…

Mayor Flynn is the third person on the bottom row kneeling. Frank Kendrick is to his right.

Spencer is presenting the U.S. Volunteer Life Saving Corps a certificate of appreciation on behalf on the City Council.

The letter describes how members of the U.S.V.L.S.C., including Frank and Kay Kendrick, rescued Michael & Catherine Amoia and Dennis & MaryAnn Wepfer.
The letter is signed by the Amoias and Wepfers. It is dated 1996.

The letter is about Frank Kendrick aiding people under attack at the Tanglewood Shopping Center.
The letter is dated October 4, 1990.

Russell Kleius relays his fond memories of Frank and Kay Kendrick in this letter shortly after Frank's death.
The letter is dated September 15, 2002.
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