Westchester Mourns the Loss of Corrections Officer Eleanor Birritella

The tight-knit community of Westchester County is reeling from the loss of Corrections Officer Eleanor Birritella, who tragically passed away on Saturday, April 20.

The news of her untimely demise was confirmed by Hector Lopez, the esteemed president of the New York Hispanic American Law Enforcement Organization. At this juncture, details regarding the cause of her passing remain undisclosed, leaving friends, colleagues, and loved ones grappling with profound sadness.

According to online records, Birritella was a vibrant individual, aged 40, and was known to call Yonkers her home.

Her presence was marked by an infectious smile that illuminated any room she entered, and her unwavering dedication to her role as a corrections officer was evident to all who had the privilege of knowing her.

In expressing his condolences, Lopez reflected on Birritella’s remarkable spirit, remarking, “Officer Birritella had a smile that lit up the place.

Westchester Mourns the Loss of Corrections Officer Eleanor Birritella

She loved her job. I will miss her, we will all miss her.” These heartfelt sentiments capture the profound impact she had on those around her and underscore the void her passing has left in the hearts of many.

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As the community grapples with this profound loss, Daily Voice pledges to keep readers informed with any developments in this evolving story. The legacy of Corrections Officer Eleanor Birritella will undoubtedly endure in the hearts and memories of all who had the privilege of crossing paths with her.

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