New York NYC Crime Bronx Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Education Obituaries Sports Yankees Mets Giants Jets Knicks Nets Rangers Islanders Football Basketball Baseball Hockey Soccer College High School The Score News Crime U.S. New York City's newest lottery millionaires include a Brooklyn hotel waiter who plans to keep working. Bedford-Stuyvesant resident Oral Lindo, 51, a server at the Brooklyn Bridge Marriott, won $3 million from the a€?50X the Moneya€? scratch-off game a€” and will receive $93,456 a year for the next 20 years. Lindo was one of nine winners who received oversized checks from New York Lottery spokeswoman Yolanda Vega at the Lotto Claim Center in Manhattan on Friday. Lindo, who has worked at the Marriott for 14 years, bought the winning ticket at the Echavarria Foods Corp. Nadine Stevens of the Bronx will receive annual payments of more than $31,000 for 20 years after scoring her lottery win. Pisarra said he's still pondering what to do with his windfall a€” $623,040 after withholding taxes.


Other winners included Nadine Stevens, 48, who collected $1 million on the New York Poker scratch-off game after buying a ticket on Cortlandt St. Stevens said she plans to use the money to pay off her mortgage and put her kid through college. Powerball winner Maritza Colon of the Bronx collected a check for a cool $1 million on Fri., Feb.
Stevens, an administrative assistant from the Bronx, opted to receive her winnings in 20 annual payments of $31,152 after withholdings.



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