Woodland Park Resident Marks 100th Birthday

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Woodland Park Mayor Keith Kazmark, former Councilwoman Ruth Patterson, and Mr. Harry and Muriel Johnson. Credits: Christa Limone
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WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Woodland Park Mayor Keith Kazmark and former Councilwoman Ruth Patterson recently visited Mr. Harry Johnson to wish him a Happy 100th Birthday and present him with certificate.

Mr. Johnson and his wife Muriel are original owners of their home in the Highview Estates section of town. They had a discussion on how West Paterson/Woodland Park grew and developed over the years.

The couple has three children, eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Mr. Johnson retired in 1970 after a career in auto manufacturing.

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