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Past Commander Brembs Honored at Randolph's 11th Annual VFW Picnic

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L-R: Ted Carman, S.V.Cmdr., John Reilly, Chaplain, Scott Montanio, Post Cmdr., Mayor Jim Loveys Credits: Jack Sassaman, PPC
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L to R: Cmdr. Montanio and Past Post Cmdr. Brembs Credits: Jack Sassaman, PPC
RANDOLPH,NJ- Randolph VFW Post #7333 held its 11th annual picnic on Saturday August 23, at Brundage Park. Mayor Jim Loveys and three council members attended as part of the community partnership the post has enjoyed with the town for many years.
 
Mayor Loveys spoke to group of more than fifty, telling them all how much he appreciates the community service the post's veterans and ladies auxiliary provide to the town in patriotic ceremonies throughout the year. He reminded everyone that the Post will hold a 9/11 ceremony at the VFW Post #7333 building on Carrol Road, on Thursday September 11, at 11:00 A.M.  All township residents are invited to attend the ceremony. 
 
 
During the program, Commander Montanio recognized Past Post Commander Bob Brembs for his years of dedication and service to the Post.  Brembs served as Randolph's Post Commander the past two years.  Montanio awarded Brembs with his past Post Commander's pin.  

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