Chatham Pays Tribute to its Fallen in Memorial Day Ceremonies

Rudy Savoie plays "Taps" at Green Village Memorial Day Ceremony Credits: Tom Salvas
Dawn Krusheski in a reflective moment at Green Village Memorial Day ceremony Credits: Tom Salvas
Michael Zalis, Green Village Fire Chief, and his daughter, Lorianna, 6, placed the wreath at the 2018 Green Village Memorial Day ceremony Credits: Tom Salvas
Members of the Green Village Volunteer Fire Department at Memorial Day ceremony at the triangle Credits: Tom Salvas
Pastor Debra Whitten of Green Village United Methodist Church at the Memorial Day ceremony Credits: Tom Salvas
Plaque in honor of Chatham Township's Robert Emmett Pierson and Walter Busill Tully Jr. who gave their lives in service of their country Credits: Tom Salvas
Flags at the Green Village Memorial Day ceremony Credits: Tom Salvas
Janet Doherty speaks at the Green Village Memorial Day ceremony Credits: Tom Salvas
Kevin Doherty salutes at the Green Village Memorial Day ceremony Credits: Tom Salvas
Chatham Township Committee member Kevin Sullivan and firefighter Joe Sodano at Green Village Memorial Day ceremony Credits: Tom Salvas

CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Township and Chatham Borough paid tribute to its fallen during Memorial Day ceremonies held at the Green Village triangle and in front of the Library of the Chathams.

Rudy Savoie played "Taps" at the Green Village ceremony, which included remembrances and prayers from Janet Doherty and Pastor Debra Whitten of the Green Village United Methodist Church.

On Main Street in Chatham, Borough of Chatham Council President Len Resto led the ceremonies which included the Boy Scouts of Troop 8 and the Chatham Borough Volunteer Fire Department.


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