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Berkeley College Volunteers Honor Veterans during the Holidays by Placing Wreaths at Gravesites

Thu Jan 13, 2022

BERKELEY COLLEGE VOLUNTEERS HONOR VETERANS

DURING THE HOLIDAYS BY PLACING WREATHS AT GRAVESITES 

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Photo Caption: Berkeley College student-veterans, staff and volunteers placed holiday wreaths at the graves of fallen U.S. veterans at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Totowa, NJ, as part of National Wreaths across America Day on Saturday, December 18, 2021. The initiative honors America’s heroes in communities across the United States, in accordance with wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA. National Wreaths across America Day is observed in more than 2,500 locations in all 50 United States, at sea and abroad. The local effort was organized by the Berkeley College Office of Student Development and Campus Life and the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs. Pictured above are: (Top left, L to R) Christine Tiseo, Vice President, Woodland Park Board of Education; Keith Kazmark, Mayor of Woodland Park; Lindsay Fiorellini of Wayne, NJ, Berkeley College student; Gabrielle Peralta of Newark, NJ, U.S. Marine Corps veteran and Berkeley College Master of Business Administration student; Angeline Gil of Paterson, NJ, Berkeley College student; Tracey Gil of Paterson, NJ, volunteer; and James Marshmon, Director, Student Development and Campus Life, Berkeley College. (Right) U.S. Marine Corps veteran Gabrielle Peralta of Newark, NJ, a student in the Berkeley College Master of Business Administration in Management program. (Bottom left) Berkeley College student Angeline Gil and volunteer Tracey Gil, both of Paterson, NJ.