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A Thank-You from the Cranford Recreation and Parks Director

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CRANFORD, NJ - This letter comes with sincere thanks to all who participated in honoring the men and women who lost their lives while defending our country’s freedom. The Township of Cranford has 86 residents who have given their life for our freedom, and I am proud to say, each and every one of these residents were recognized this year, as a flag for each soldier flew proudly at the ceremony.

The Memorial Day Committee members: Master of Ceremonies Barbara Bilger, Mark Dingelstedt, Jerry Dobbins, Elizabeth Mathieu, Heinz Ricken, Chris Sands and Don Sweeney.

VFW Post #335: Commander Jay Boxwell, Grand Marshal John Abdul, and all of the members of Cranford’s VFW Post #335.

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Volunteers of the Recreation & Parks Advisory Board:  Don Barone, Carolyn Capone-Pugliese, Marita Dow, Chairperson Martha Garcia and Wally Shackell.

Mayor and Township Committee: Mayor Andis Kalnins, Deputy Mayor Mary O’Connor, Commissioner John Mallon, Commissioner Pat Giblin and Commissioner Tom Hannen.

Clergy Council: specifically Lead Pastor Tom Rice and Sr. Pastor Chris Kile.

The Recreation and Parks Staff: Bill Babkowski, Lori Donnelly, Gerry Fedorchak and Patty Kozlowski.

Cranford Police Department, Cranford Fire Department, Cranford First Aid Squad Cranford Department of Public Works, Cranford Board of Education, TV 35 and many more.

An extended thanks for the efforts of many other individuals who participated and volunteered their time and energy which made our Memorial Day ceremony a success.

Stephen Robertazzi, RA, CPO
Director
Cranford Recreation & Parks
Swim Pool Utility

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