Tucker, GA — Bill Rosenfeld has passed away, but the councilmember’s legacy in Tucker lives on.
The Tucker Business Association on April 15 will hold it’s inaugural William “Bill” Rosenfeld Memorial Luncheon at Smoke Rise Country Club.
“The Tucker Business Association will be presenting a check to NETWorks Cooperative Ministry in memory of Bill Rosenfeld,” the event announcement says.
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Rosenfeld passed away in January.
Rosenfeld was elected to Tucker City Council in 2016. Councilmembers called him determined, stabilizing and steady while remembering his dedication to improving William McKinley Peters Park.
Rosenfeld could often be found sipping whiskey at Smoke Rise Country Club, playing a round of golf or a game of pool, shaking hands and kissing babies at Tucker Day celebrations and volunteering his time at organizations throughout Tucker.
The Tucker Business Association was formed more than 50 years ago to promote the Tucker business community.
Since its incorporation as a non-profit organization in 1992, TBA has expanded its membership to include community organizations, government entities, and other non-profit groups, a press release says.
“Our mission is to serve as the unified voice of the men and women who form the business backbone of the Tucker community,” the press release says.
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