The Margaret Tietz Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center at 164-11 Chapin Parkway in Jamaica held its annual breakfast last Thursday for Queens’ elected officials Taking a celebratory toast are David Friedman, left, acting assistant administrator; Assemblymen Ed Braunstein, Rory Lancman and David Weprin; state Sen. Tony Avella; Michael Fassler, president/CEO of Beth Abraham Family of Health Services; Assemblywomen Grace Meng and Nettie Mayersohn; and Linda Spiegel, director of public affairs at Tietz.
Also in attendance but who had toleave early were Council members Karen Koslowitz and Mark Weprin. Crystal Feng represented city Comptroller John Liu.
Spiegel spoke and thanked the legislators for supporting the Margaret Tietz Center over the years and especially during the tough budget negotiations going on in Albany.
Fassler also applauded the elected officials for their help. Beth Abraham is the parent company of the Margaret Tietz Center.