May 20, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • Page 29 Area Wyckoff’s Annual Memorial Day Ceremonies and Parade are scheduled for Monday, May 25. Ceremonies will begin at 9 a.m. at Firehouse No. 1, directly behind Wyckoff Town Hall, where everyone is invited to attend the Firefighter’s Memorial Service. This service honors all deceased Wyckoff firefighters. A Veterans’ Memorial Service will be held at 10 a.m. on the lawn of the Wyckoff Reformed Church on Wyckoff Avenue, site of the War Memorial. All local Gold Star Mothers, military veterans, and the community are invited to attend the service and parade. In the event of rain, the parade will be canceled and the memorial service will be held inside the church. Charles Ryan, past commander, Midland ParkWyckoff V.F.W. Post #7086 will be master of ceremonies. Mayor Joseph B. Fiorenzo will give the welcoming address and Captain William Toth USMC Reserves will be the keynote speaker. This year’s grand marshal is Sergeant Joseph T. Golden. The invocation and benediction will be given by Rev. Msgr. Robert E. Harahan from Saint Elizabeth’s Church, and Cheryl Spirer-Wyka will be the vocalist. The theme of the parade is “Many Have Served, Few Are Remembered, Remember Them All.” The parade Township to mark Memorial Day will begin at 11:30 a.m. at the Cornerstone Church, which is at the intersection of Wyckoff and Russell avenues. The parade will proceed from the Cornerstone Church and go down Wyckoff Avenue before making a right onto Main Street, right onto Franklin Avenue, and left into town hall, ending at the ambulance corps building. The staging area for parade participants is behind Cornerstone Church. Refreshments will be provided behind Fire Company #1 courtesy of the Township Committee and Parade Committee. Captain Toth was born at Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, and grew up in Wyckoff. He attended Portsmouth Abbey High School in Portsmouth, Rhode Island, and graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a BA in liberal studies. After a few years of work in New York City and travels to South America, he joined the United States Marine Corps as an officer in 2000. Grand Marshal Golden served in the United States Army from 1943 to 1946. His personal awards include two Bronze Stars, the Combat Medic Badge, and the Presidential Unit Citation for duty with the 311th Regiment, the European Theater Award, the Army Occupation Medal and the Good Conduct Medal. The 78th Division received three battle stars. IDF Captain Ron Edelheit will share his unique views of Israel and describe his experiences while on active duty during the recent operation in Gaza on Friday, May 29. The program will begin at 8 p.m. at Temple Beth Rishon. Assigned to the IDF’s Spokesperson’s Unit, he was called to active duty during this recent military operation. During that time he served as a liaison for the IDF to the media. Edelheit, son of a Holocaust survivor, is a historian, archeologist, paratrooper, and the chairperson of the Israeli Harley Davidson Club. The presentation will take place during Shabbat Services. Temple Beth Rishon is located at 585 Russell Avenue in Wyckoff. Call (201)891-4466 for information. Beth Rishon to host Edelheit Midland Park Schaper (continued from page 12) Pearl Junta, and went into the plumbing business. Five years later he joined his father in the refuse collection business, Schaper Disposal Works, which Schaper headed until selling it in 1978. Always community minded, Schaper has been a member of VFW Post 7086 and of the Midland Park Volunteer Fire Department since his discharge, and was president of the fire company during the department’s 50th anniversary celebration a half century ago. A personal friend of baseball great Johnny Vander Meer, Schaper served as a pitcher for the Midland Park Rangers and as catcher for the fire department’s softball team. Judge Ryan, an attorney and the borough’s municipal judge, is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who served two years in Vietnam, attaining the rank of sergeant. He is a member of the local American Legion and the VFW, which he served as commander for several years. He serves as the master of ceremonies for the Memorial Day parade and ceremonies in Midland Park and Wyckoff, and was the grand marshal in 1992 in Midland Park. Ryan was selected Legionnaire of the Year by the Midland Park/Wyckoff American Legion in 1994, and received the Midland Park Chamber of Commerce’s Community Service Award in 1996. He has also received numerous awards and citations from legal and governmental groups at the county and state levels for his contributions to the legal profession. A past president of the Bergen County Bar Association, Ryan has long volunteered in the area of domestic violence. He founded the New Jersey Bar Association’s pro bono project on domestic violence and the lawyers’ Referral Panel for Alternatives to Domestic Violence, among other contributions. The 19th Annual Memorial Day Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving held by the Midland Park Christian Reformed Church will be held May 24 at 6 p.m. There will be a slide presentation in the service consisting of historical and current pictures of service men and women in uniform. Community members are invited to submit photos of themselves or family members who have been (or currently are) members of the armed forces. Photos should be sent to MPCRC, 183 Godwin Avenue, Midland Park, NJ 07432, Attention: Memorial Day. Include the full name of the person in the photo, rank, dates of service, branch of the military, phone number, and address where photos should be returned. Deadline for photos is May 20. Remembrance set The Midland Park Fire Department will hold its annual memorial service on Wednesday, May 20, at the Midland Park Firehouse, 45 Witte Drive, at 7:30 p.m. There will be a meditation by Father Charles Arlin, chaplain of the department, and there will be a roll call of deceased members by Chief Peter Hook, assisted by Assistant Chief Mark Berninger. Light refreshments will be served following the ceremony. All members of the community are welcome to attend. Department plans service PLEASE...REMEMBER US WHEN YOU REMEMBER THEM RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY ������������������������������� ��������������������������������� ���������������������������������������� 12:10 pm ��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������ The Episcopal Parish for Midland Park and Wyckoff 497 Godwin Ave — Midland Park — 201-444-6168 The Eucharists: 8 and 10:00 Sunday Rev. Charles N. Arlin,Arlin AM The Rev. Charles N. 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