The Cleveland Police Foundation proudly announces that the recipient of our Community Partner of the Month for February 2019 is Linda Litto.
Linda Litto has been a tireless and committed advocate of the community for many years. She has served the people of Ward 14, Ward 3, and now serves Ward 16 as the executive assistant to Councilman Brian Kazy. Linda volunteers as the president of the Monroe Street Cemetery Foundation, overseeing the restoration and care of the historic cemetery, and is a volunteer member of the Second District Police/Community Relations Committee.
Linda is constantly looking for ways for the community to join with the police, Cleveland City Hall, and neighborhood groups through projects which bring them together to promote increased communication and trust. Linda volunteers to help out at Cops for Kids events, sells tickets to help with fundraising, and promotes as well as financially supports the Cleveland Police Foundation charities.
Captain Keith Sulzer says of Linda, “Linda is kind, loving, and dedicated! Her concern for others is inspirational and this city and our community are fortunate to have such a wonderful example of community service.”
It is because of her dedication and devotion to the community that the Cleveland Police Foundation is honored to name Linda Litto as Community Partner of the Month for February 2019.