March 18, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • Page 15 Obituaries Biaggio Corradino of Toms River, formerly of Ramsey, died March 8. He was 81. He was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War. He was the founder and owner of Charm and Glamour Beauty Salon and Fitness Center in Ramsey with his wife Louise. With his son Joseph, he created and led Dino and the Music Men. In his later years, he also organized a 15 piece orchestra and dance band that performed throughout New Jersey. He is survived by his wife Louise (nee Tirri), his children Joseph Corradino of Pompton Lakes, Anthony Corradino of Chester, New York, and Cheryl Solomon of Oakland, seven grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Arrangements were made by BrowningForshay Funeral Home in Hawthorne. Vincent J. Nardo of Mahwah died March 6. He was 82. He was a U.S. Army veteran of WWII and the Korean War. Before retiring in 1984 he was the principal of Westbrook Middle School in the Paramus School System for 25 years. He is survived by his wife Joyce (nee Bader), his children Vincent and Philip, seven grandchildren, and his siblings Samuel, Ann and Anthony. Arrangements were made by Van Emburgh-Sneider-Pernice Funeral Home in Ramsey. Memorial donations may be made to the Paramus Scholarship Fund through the Paramus Board of Education. Biaggio Corradino Vincent J. Nardo Major Peter F. Sarthou, U.S. Army retired, of Midland Park and West Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, died March 3. He was a major in the U.S. Army in WWII. He was commander, Purple Heart Veterans Chapter 522, Bergen County, commander of the Veterans Administration American Legion Post 1347 New York, senior vice commander of Foreign Wars Post 959 and a member of Disabled American Veterans Post 32. He was a former member of Publications Staff, Adjutant General’s Office, Fort Dix. He was chairman of the Veteran’s Memorial Home in Paramus, served on the Menlo Park Veteran’s Home, and was consultant to the Bergen County Veterans Memorial Commission. He was former chairman and commissioner of the Northwest Bergen Utilities Authority. He was a trustee on the Midland Park School Board, and served two years as board president. He was co-founder of Midland Park’s Adult School and cochairman of the Midland Park Adult Education Council. He was a member and liaison of the Legislative Committee of the Bergen County School Boards Coalition and a member of the School Plant Planning Board. He was director of the National Foundation March of Dimes and former chairman of the Bergen County Chapter of the March of Dimes. He was president of the Bergen County Animal Shelter in Teterboro. He was a member of the Advisory Committee of the Bergen County Office on Aging and the Comprehensive Health Planning Council of Northern New Jersey for Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, and Sussex counties. He was president of the New Jersey Federation of Chapter of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees and he Major Peter F. Sarthou as district governor of Toastmasters International. He was director of the American Institute of Parliamentarians. He was a member of the Democratic Men’s Organization in Bergen County. He was an aide to Congressman Helstoski, senior intern for Congressman Robert Roe of Passaic, and state committeeman for the Democratic State Committee in New Jersey. He was a member of the County Committee and municipal chairman of the Democratic Committee in Midland Park. He is survived by his wife Mimi Sarthou of Midland Park. He was predeceased by his parents, and his siblings Corrine Shea, Marie Erb, Albert and Charles Sarthou. Arrangements were made by Basralian Funeral Home in Oradell. Ramsey Review (continued from page 8) p.m. Local businesses donate the movies and refreshments. The Ramsey bus is available to all persons over the age of 50. It operates Monday through Friday from 9 to 1. Ride to doctors offices and shopping centers may be arranged by calling (201) 825-3400 extension 277 the day before. Please leave your name and phone number. Anyone interested in joining any of the seniors’ many activities is invited to stop in and pick up a monthly calendar of events or call the borough hall at (201) 825-3400 for a mailing. Gallery features ‘Spring & Art’ A new exhibit, “Spring & Art,” will be on display from March 21 through June 19 at Fieldstone Fine Art in Ramsey. Spring is a time of awakening and birth. Likewise, art reaffirms our spiritual capacity for creativity, inner strength, and renewal. This new exhibit includes a selection of new paintings by Fieldstone Fine Art’s exceptional stable of artists and introduces the work of three more accomplished career artists. The gallery invites the public to celebrate spring and art. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, 1 to 7 p.m. and Saturday, 1 to 6 p.m. Fieldstone Fine Art is located at 147 East Main Street, Ramsey. For more information on the exhibit, visit Letters to the Editor (continued from page 14) Dear Editor: The Ramsey Senior Citizens’ Knitting and Crocheting Group extends a hearty thank you to the many people who donated yarn over the past year. With the yarn, we were able to make and donate many, many handmade items to local organizations that help families in need. Among the items that we donated were baby blankets to Project Linus in care of the Bergen County YJCC, and to Project Linus of Westchester & Rockland coun- Grateful for donations ties. 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