A number of factors have entered into my decision to discontinue writing my column for the Black Car News. I am not going to go through all of them, but I will disclose the main ones.

Having been retired from the Black Car industry for the past seven and a half years, and after having spent more than 50 years in various capacities in the industry, I think I might have devoted the better part of my life to the industry which I have enjoyed every minute of… but the time has come for me to devote more time to my family (my wife and 10 grandchildren), and to taking care of my health.

In addition, I have devote time to my veteran’s organizations, The Korean War Veterans, The Jewish War Veterans, The American Legion and The Disabled American Veterans.

All of the above are pleasantly taking up most of my time these days and are keeping me quite busy.

The Black Car industry has been more than good to me and my family, and now it is my time to be good to those that matter to me the most: my family and also the hospitalized veterans who need as much help as they can get.


Article by Victor Dizengoff

Victor Dizengoff is a retired industry icon and a founder of the New York Black Car industry.

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