It’s Official: Goodbye Helen!

We have obtained a copy of the order that has removed Helen Sieger from Kingsbridge Heights Rehabilitation and Care Center. The main statement on the order “Without opposition petition granted! Order Signed.”

It is amazing that the order was signed the morning of February 11, 2009 and by the afternoon of the same date Helen was removed from the building. Now that is justice finally working!

Here is a copy of the order: Dames-v-Kingsbridge (PDF – Adobe Acrobat Required)

The order appointed a caretaker William Pascocello to take over Kindgbridge and have all the powers and duties of a receiver. We welcome Mr. Pascocello and hope that he is open to working with the community. We know Mr. Pascocello from days past when he worked at Kingsbridge under Mr. & Mrs. Boritzer.

Everyone knew this day would come, it was just a matter of time, a waiting game of sorts. So now Helen is gone and her rein of terror over Kingsbridge as well as the surrounding neighborhood is over.

Let’s not forget what was perpetrated on the neighborhood when the workers went on strike, the loud and smelly generators for the lights that were not needed, except for reasons that only Helen knew.

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Then the security bullies that she hired to intimidate the striking workers.

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An of course let’s not forget the masked security guard with the German Shepard.

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All in all it was a gross injustice that we as a community had to face for way too many days and nights all because of the greed of one woman.

Let’s also not forget also that there was a very good woman that lost her life while the strike rattled on, which possibly could have been avoided if she still had her health benefits. Take a moment and remember our dear friend Audrey Smith-Campbell.

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It should be interesting to see what happens from this point on. Many rumors are circulating, about Helen’s car that has been parked for over a year, such a shame a beautiful Jaguar just sitting idle, about the empty house that sits open to the elements on Giles Place. It was just last week that someone finally boarded up the front door and windows as they were all smashed out.

It is amazing that it took so many people and agencies to finally bring this to an end, of course this is still not the final straw as we are still awaiting to see what AG Cuomo is going to do in regards to the Workers Compensation case.

I am sure everyone would like to join me in saying farewell to Helen!

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Keep Standing Strong! As you know RIGHT always does prevail!

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5 responses to “It’s Official: Goodbye Helen!”

  1. Patrick Duncan

    Helen is gone…and the whole damned world breathes a sigh of relief! ;)

    Phil, Karen & FIPNA: Thanks again for all your help and support! I can’t wait to see you all again as the 1 year anniversary of the strike approaches.

    Peace!

  2. susan the daughter of one of the works

    i knew the day would have finally come when helen will be out and i know the strikers are happier that they stood up for what they wanted and to see helen out must be the best. i can remember i was out in that strike line when it started and it was brittle cold and i was freezing but in Gods hands i stayed by my mother side to fight for what was right. i was there to see Audrey ( Rest in piece… i love you and miss you) before she passed and i thank god for letting me meet her face to face because she was a close friend of my mothers and she will always have good things and inspirational things to say to me about life..i trully miss her alot….but i know she is in a way better place smiling down to know she was out there fight with her coworkers for there rights and to know helen is now out is the best part.

    i would also like to thank you phil for always posting information up on the on this site. it always kept me informed on the days i wasnt there all though ill hear it from my mother when she gets in. thanks again and thanks to all the people that live around the nursing home for showing there support through my mothers and her coworkers hardest time.

  3. Karen

    This is sooooooooooooo great. Thank goodness that it is over, and let us move on with the work at hand. We thank the State of New York for finally helping out the residents and the workers at KHRCC. We also thank Assembly Member Jeff Dinowitz who was always there for all of us!

  4. FORMER FIPNA PRESIDENT

    GLORY, GLORY HALLELUIAH!!!!!!! FINALLY, THE WICKED, WICKED WOMAN IS GONE AND NONE TOO SOON….WE ALL KNEW THIS DAY WOULD COME, BECAUSE AS ALWAYS ‘WHAT GOES AROUND, COMES AROUND’…AH…SWEET VICTORY….EVERYTHING WE SAID HAS COME TO PASS, WE ALL HAD FAITH, WE ALL STUCK TOGETHER AND WE ALL STOOD STRONG… AND WE ARE ALL THE BETTER FOR IT…THE ONLY ONE WHO WAS DELUSIONAL AND LIVING IN A FANTASY WORLD WAS ‘HELLen”….LET’S HOPE ATTORNEY GENERAL ANDREW CUOMO THROWS THE BOOK AT HER AND THAT SHE AND HER ILK, NEVER DARKEN THE DOORSTEP OF ANY NURSING HOME, EVER AGAIN…AS THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF THE STRIKE HAS COME TO PASS, LET US NEVER FORGET THE LOSS OF DEAR,SWEET AUDREY SMITH-CAMPBELL, MAY SHE REST IN PEACE….AND MAY WE ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT THERE IS STRENGTH IN UNITY…..SOLIDARITY FOREVER…..

  5. Mavis Foreman

    well well finally …thank you Jesus…. evil never over comes the GOOD ..bye helen.. we’re glad to see you go .. God is good. Phil…BIG THANKS to You, Family and Friends….You Guys are the GREATEST and ever in my thoughts. We all thank you from the bottom of our hearts …we just could’nt have done it without the great part you all played…..i love and miss you guys… kiss the kids for me…i’ll drop by soon..One Love…Mavis.

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