The Steuben County Legislature honored three of its longtime members who are retiring at the end of the year when it met Monday.
Robin Lattimer of Bath, Thomas Ryan of Canisteo and Gary Roush of Erwin have served for a combined 34 years.
A former state Assembly aide and Village of Bath trustee, Lattimer served as Vice–Chair of the county Legislature and chaired the county Legislature’s Agriculture, Industry and Planning Committee.
First appointed to the county Legislature following the death of Legislator Lldon Jamison, Ryan was a strong advocate for the environment, soil and water projects and hunting.
U.S. Army Capt. (ret) Roush was a longtime Town of Erwin councilman and was an emphatic voice for veterans services in Steuben. He was recognized both locally and nationally for his service to the nation as 242
Assault Support Helicopter Co.’s Muleskinners during the Viet Nam War, piloting a CH–47 Chinook from May 1968–May 1969.
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