Memorial services for Bill Carter, who served as Commissioner of the Theodore Young Community Center in Greenburgh since 2008, will be held Thursday.
Carter died after a battle with cancer. He was 61.
"Bill always made everyone smile and laugh," Town of Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner said. "He had a great personality. He made people feel good about themselves when he talked to them. But, he also made people smile because he improved the quality of life for many."
Prior to his service has commissioner for the town, he coordinated county-funded youth initiative programming.
He was active in African-American Men of Westchester and hosted the annual Martin Luther King, Jr breakfast. He received his license from the State Education Department as an HIV Test Counselor.
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