Denis Dillon, the former district attorney who presided over Nassau County for more than three decades, died of lymphoma at his Rockville Centre home early Sunday morning at the age of 76.
Dillon’s 31-year tenure made him one of longest-serving district attorneys in history, second in New York State only to Robert Morgenthau, who held the office from 1975 until 2009.
First elected as a Democrat in 1974, Dillon became a Republican in 1985 after his party’s pro-choice platform went against his views as a staunch Catholic. Fisher, nicknamed the Long Island Lolita, visited the home of her much-older lover, car mechanic Joey Buttafuoco, and shot Mary Jo Buttafuoco as she answered the door. Joey Buttafuoco, also prosecuted by Dillon, pleaded guilty to statutory rape and served four months in jail. Dillon also successfully prosecuted Colin Ferguson after he randomly sprayed a crowded commuter train car with bullets from a 9mm semiautomatic gun on Dec. Ferguson, who represented himself at trial, claimed he was wrongfully prosecuted because he’s black. Dillon was criticized by opponents charging he was swayed by his religion — as a right-to-life advocate who opposed abortion and personally protested outside abortion clinics.
Dillon, who was born in the Bronx, ran for governor in 1986 as nominee of the Right to Life Party. His other high-profile cases included the prosecutions of Joel Rifkin, a former landscaper who admitted killing more than a dozen women, mostly prostitutes, between 1991 and 1993, and of Arnold Friedman, who with his teenage son pleaded guilty in 1988 to molesting children during computer classes in the basement of their home in Great Neck. Rifkin, who is serving a life sentence, admitted 17 slayings after his May 1994 murder conviction in Nassau County.
Gene Demaree, center, was honored and recognized by South Ripley High School for his upcoming induction into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, which will take place on March 20. The King's Daughters' Hospital building that people have known for years in downtown Madison, will remain in tact although the hospital services will be moving to their new home on State Road 62 later this month and will be located in the new hospital facility recently built there. Trilogy Health Services, LLC and King's Daughters' Health reached an agreement for Trilogy to purchase the existing hospital building downtown and make it into a senior living facility. Allman said they would have razed the building if needed, and started from scratch to keep from having a run-down eye sore. Trilogy will actually take possession of the hospital building on April 1 and will begin the millions of dollars renovation project immediately, according to Randy Bufford, CEO of Trilogy Health Services.
This exchange of property will create about 125 full time jobs, plus the investment in the downtown area will be a plus for other businesses.

Andra Bladen, division vice president of Southeast Division of Trilogy Health Services, presently manages nine of Trilogy's facilities and will add the tenth one with this endeavor. Bladen noted there will be a Love Your Job Career Fair on February 14 at Ivy Tech, 590 Ivy Tech Drive, Madison, for those who might be interested in becoming part of their company. Damon Welch, mayor of Madison, was in attendance at the press conference and said he has been waiting over a year for this day when the announcement would be made.
Along with the hospital structure itself, the purchase agreement includes several properties surrounding the hospital.
There will still be about 150 employees of KDH working in the downtown area after the move is made. EMS will continue to be based out of the current garage on Fourth Street with crews responding throughout the county.
With the vitality and durability of the downtown campus in tact, KDH officials turn their business toward moving into the new hospital.
Pictured above are a group of concerned administrators from seven schools in Ripley County, who came together with law enforcement, Joe Mann, Versailles Town Marshal, and Tom Grills, Ripley County Sheriff, to discuss safety for students enrolled in the county area. Annie, the author of Twilight of Honor, published by The Ardent Writer Press, and Monita both took questions from the audience.
Below Annie fields questions from Murphy Writers’ Group President, Kemi Elufiede (far left), and members, Jessica Morgan and Peggy Suggs. Members of the Eleanor Murphy Writers Group ask questions about writing of Annie Laura Smith, author of Twilight of Honor.
Steve GierhartDale “Steve” Gierhart is a retired business manager for the United States Army. Steve hails from Shawnee, Oklahoma; but most of his adult life has been spent in the beautiful hills of North Alabama where he lives with his wife, Bonny, who raises Tennessee Walking Horses.
Between them, Steve and Bonny have 5 children and 7 grandchildren, and another grandbaby is on the way. He and Bonny, a retired engineer who worked as a contractor on several NASA and Army programs, will travel in their retirement though 15 horses, 4 dogs and 3 cats can crimp the best of plans. As yet another superhero movie strikes it big on opening weekend we’re left to scratch our heads as to why. He went on to serve eight terms as district attorney before being unseated in 2005 by Kathleen Rice, a New York State Attorney General hopeful.

He successfully prosecuted Amy Fisher after she, as a 16-year-old, shot her lover’s wife in the head in 1992. They were very interested in becoming a vital part of Madison's downtown by renovating the building to the tune of about $4M and making it into one of their top-notch facilities they are known for throughout a five-state area. He said he has personally experienced the quality of Trilogy's facilities through a family member who stayed there while in rehabilitation and believes them to be top-notch. Todd Schmiedeler, senior vice president of Trilogy, told The Versailles Republican that the company serves over 6400 people through its 75 campuses with the closest campus being in Hanover. They have set a Community Open House for the new hospital and Main Campus Medical Building from 1-4 p.m.
The couple remained together after the Fisher affair but divorced in 2003 after moving to California. He said their company is an organization of values and plans on extending these values and services to the Madison area. KDH will continue to use the bottom two tiers of the garage for its Downtown Medical Building at 630 North Broadway. He said they are very excited to begin the next phase of Trilogy and get the campus ready for seniors to move in. Louis, Southeastern Career Center, Sunman, Jac-Cen-Del, Milan, South Ripley and Batesville. The group talked about creating uniform comprehensive safety plans and Goris said he believed the meeting was a huge success.
According to School Resource Officer for South Ripley, Dan Goris, the meeting was well in place before the tragedy in Connecticut, with educators from the area wanting to be proactive. Goris is working as a resource officer through the Town of Versailles and also serves as a deputy marshal for the town.
High School principal, and Joe Mann, town marshal, will be attending a class on various lock-down procedures and how they would benefit the students and staff, should they ever, God forbid, have a situation that would warrant that.

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