Daymon S. Yizar was born and raised in Mamaroneck. Daymon is the youngest of seven siblings. He graduated from Rye Neck HS in Mamaroneck in 1977. While at Rye Neck, he was a star basketball player leading his school to a State Championship and receiving All-American honors in his senior year. Also during his senior year, he was the school's newspaper Sport's Editor and chosen as an AFS (American Field Service) Exchange Student. He spent the summer of 1977 in Paraguay, South America.
Daymon received a full basketball scholarship to attend Wagner College in Staten Island. While at Wagner College besides studying and playing basketball, Daymon pledged a fraternity and became a fraternal brother of Sigma Phi Rho, Inc. He graduated in 1982 receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. After a short stint in the education field, Daymon became a police officer with the Town of Greenburgh Police Department in 1987. During his tenure with the Greenburgh PD, Daymon was a certified EMT, D.A.R.E. Officer, Youth Officer and PBA Board member. Also during this time, Daymon went back to college for post-graduate work and received a Master of Science in Education, specializing in Administration and Supervision from the College of New Rochelle in 1999.
In June 1999, Daymon was promoted to Detective in the department's Juvenile Aid Bureau. After 12 years as a police officer in Greenburgh PD, Daymon retired in October 1999 and started a new career in the field of education. Currently, he holds a school administration position with Greenburgh Central #7 School District in Hartsdale, NY, as the Dean of Students at Woodlands High School.
Daymon resides in White Plains, NY (Town of Greenburgh). He is married to Onolder and has two children, Jayda and Joshua.
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