Sherman Zavitz Retires at the City's Official Historian
After 25 years, Sherman Zavitz has retired as the official historian for the City of Niagara Falls. On Tuesday, Mayor Diodati and Council recognized and thanked Sherman for his many years of service. Sherman has been actively involved in many heritage organizations for more than 40 years, holding various positions, including past President of the Lundy's Lane Historical Society and past Chair of the City of Niagara Falls Board of Museums. An accomplished local history tour guide and speaker, he has also contributed to local history columns, including a photo feature "Then and Now" since 1994. The City wishes Sherman the best in his retirement and thanks him for his countless contributions to the City, and community at large.