Community Partners of the Month

April 2021 CPOM

Niko Frangos is a Cleveland business development leader and entrepreneur.  He is also the president of Rascal House Pizza, founded by his parents forty years ago.

April 2021 Community Partner of the Month Niko Frangos of Rascal House and Executive Director Richard DeChant

April 2021 Community Partner of the Month Niko Frangos of Rascal House and Executive Director Richard DeChant

Niko has always been a supporter of the Cleveland Division of Police, the Cleveland Police Foundation, and promoter of Police-Community relations.  For the past thirty years, he has been there to assist with the Gun Buy-Back Program, Cops for Kids Fishing Outings, numerous events presented by now-retired Captain Keith Sulzer, and of course the Police Athletic League (PAL) Christmas Party.

When asked about Niko Frangos, the Executive Director of PAL and retired CPD Sergeant Bob Kumazec stated “The entire Frangos family has been a strong supporter of the Cleveland Police Athletic League for a long time and they never failed to assist us anytime we called upon them.  We are very fortunate to have them as a community partner.”

It is because of his devotion to the community and law enforcement that the Cleveland Police Foundation is honored to name Niko Frangos (Rascal House) as its Community Partner of the Month for April 2021.

 

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About the Community Partner of the Month Program

The Cleveland Police Foundation has implemented the Community Partner of the Month Award, given to individuals from the community who strive to support the mission goals of The Cleveland Division of Police and the CPF. These good folks support law enforcement and continue on a daily basis to help improve their individual neighborhoods. Award recipients receive a plaque and appropriate recognition. Thank you to these achievers!

 


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