Remembering Pearl Harbor

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REMEMBERING PEARL HARBOR: Livingston veterans gathered on Saturday, December 7, at Memorial Park to commemorate the 78th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, which drew the United States into World War II. They were joined in remembering the “day that will live in infamy” by members of the Township Council, police, firefighters, and First Aid Squad members, as well as veteran supporter Bunny Ratner. Brian Boyle, Junior Vice Commander of the Livingston VFW, introduced veterans who read first-hand accounts of December 7, 1941. Shown here, veterans in attendance included Boyle, a National Guard member and World War II veteran (whose names were not available), Bill Brost, Fred Picini, Jerry Schiazzano, Dr. Frank De Gregorio, Dr. Fred Friedman, Thomas Bucca, Walter Wilczak, Lou Greenspan, George Walsh, Charlie Quinn, Skip Van de Vaarst, Jerry Wolfe and Michael Sikora.


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