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Mr. Chester S. Day

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Phone: (888) ***-****  
Email: k***@***.org
Kensico Cemetery
P.O. Box 7273
Valhalla , New York 10595
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • bachelor's degree , accounting
    Sacred Heart University
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NYS Association of Cemeteries, 5 Dec 2012 [cached]
Day Elected As New NYSAC Presidentclick here
Chester S. Day President, NYSAC
Government & Legal Affairs Report
Day Elected As New NYSAC President Chester S. Day, President of Kensico Cemetery in Valhalla, NY, was elected President of the 550 member New York State Association of Cemeteries on October 1, 2002. He has served on the Association Board since 1995 as Director, Secretary and Vice President. He is also Secretary/Treasurer of the Metropolitan Cemetery Association. Established in 1929, the New York State Association of Cemeteries promotes the advancement of practical knowledge in the operation and maintenance of cemeteries, creates and maintains high ethical standards of conduct for cemetery employees and secures advantages obtained by mutual cooperation. Chester S. Day earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut. He started his career with Kensico as Comptroller in 1974 and has served as a member of the Board of Directors and Vice President from 1976 to January 1, 1998, when he was appointed President, Chief Executive Officer and Treasurer of the Corporation.
NYS Association of Cemeteries, 27 May 2006 [cached]
"Over a third of our members are our suppliers and each year we want to showcase their products in order to keep our members aware of what's new in the market to help us better maintain our properties" said Chet Day, President of the MCA.
The final award was presented by Chet Day to an amazing employee, Lena Donnelly, who has worked at the Kensico Cemetery for seventy years and continues to serve our cemetery industry.
Westco Gala Gives Chester His Da, 28 Oct 2007 [cached]
Chester Day -- the Westco Honoree with Bill Zorn, Rick Dougherty and George Grove of America's Trio -- the Kingston Trio at the after-show party at Il Sorriso Ristorante in Irvington.
The occasion was Westco Productions - the 28 years running local theatre innovators' -- annual Gala honoring Westchester's "Quiet Icon," Chester Day, the President and Treasurer of one of America's most inspiring cemetaries, Kensico. Day, a major supporter of Westco over its 28 years, was described as a model for a successful businessman, and a man who goes about doing good and giving back, in the words of Westco Productions Board President, Steven Sledzik.
Steven Sledzik, President of the Board of Directors left, and Susan Katz, right, "First Lady of Westchester Theatre," founder of Westco Productions listen as Mr. Day accepts his "Westie"
Mr. Day in accepting the award was very self-deprecating, as is his style, and praised Westco Productions performances for ailing children, its Healing Walls program and educational original performances of historical plays in the county's schools, and community theatre groups for the underprivileged and the disabled. Mr. Day himself is a member of the Westchester County Association and the Westchester Business Council. He is President of the Metropolitan Cemetary Association.
The Trio came to party because they are Chester Day's favorite group and the obvious, "can do no wrong" favorite of the expectant crowd of clapping, eager aficionados of the Trio classics - from " Scotch and Soda" to "Tom Dooley" to the always timely, "MTA."
The Trio introduced Mr. Day to the packed house. Mr.Dougherty sung an ode to Mr.Day, based on the Beatles' Yesterday, which began "Chester Day, came to see the Kingston Trio play...." a memorable musical recognition.
Afterwards the Trio hung out and stayed at at the after party at Il Sorriso Ristorante Italiano where Mr. Day, the Westco Honoree of the night was feted for his support of Westco.
Susan Katz, left with Mr. Day and his wife Laurie, Bill Zorn, Rick Dougherty and George Grove.
NYS Association of Cemeteries, 6 Jan 2004 [cached]
In announcing Kensico’s participation for the ninth consecutive year, Chester S. Day, President of Kensico Cemetery said that “Daffodil Days gives visitors a meaningful way to welcome spring, celebrate life and pay tribute to loved ones buried here.”
NYS Association of Cemeteries, 27 May 2006 [cached]
"At Kensico Cemetery we have had great success in enlisting the help of college interns," says Kensico President Chet Day.
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