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WATCH OUR HEROES ON PUBLIC ACCESS TV FRIDAY NIGHT TO MONDAY EVENING
Release Date: May 24, 2011

It’s nice to have heroes. Greenburgh is fortunate to have our own heroes. Watch interviews with about 60 veterans of World War II on public access TV. The program will air Friday evening to Monday evening (the entire memorial day weekend) on cablevision channel 76 and Verizon Channel 35. A special thank you to Alan Hochberg, who interviewed the following veterans and Steve Wittenberg of Ardsley, who is involved with the VFW post in Ardsley.
Paul Feiner
 
GREENBURGH HEROES WHO WERE INTERVIEWED AS PART OF THE LIVING HISTORY INITIATIVE…
 
 
Booker Morris
Bill Lyons – P51 Fighter Pilot Irv.
Jack McGrath – B-17 POW
Harold Westerman
Robert Stein
Aaron Posner
Ed Parretti – B-24 Tail Gunner
Frank Spano – B-17 Tail Gunner
Norman Straus – Sherman Tank Crew, Patton, Purple Heart
Dorian Goldstein – Army Air Corps
Anita Sternberg for her husband, Robert – U.S. Army, 8th Infantry
Nick Macri
Norman Goodfarb, ‘43-‘46 Battle of Bulge, Combat Engineers/Combat Inf. Badge, 3rd Army, Patton
Peter Carparelli for his Father, Joseph ’42-’45 – 8th Army Air Corps Pilot, U.S. Army POW 2 yrs.
Gwyneth Moore – U.S. Army Nurse ’44-‘48
Paul Edelman
Jim Pasanello – Hastings
Bob Mahr – Harrison ’42-’45, U.S. Navy
Stan Taubner – Hastings ’42-’45, U.S. Army Air Corps
Sy Berkman
Milt Mittler
Gil Erskine – Glider Pilot
Bob Burpee
Bob Phillips
Bill Schropp
Rudy Dualsky – B-24 Radio Operator
Dorothy Kaufman – U.S. Navy Yeoman (Quartermaster)
John Bostonian – China, Burma, India
Sal Corcionne
Bruno Viani
Marty Engleman
Aldo Ricci
Joe Basteri
Russ Purdy
Bob Stein
Bill Rudy – B-17 Navigator, U.S. Army Air Corps
Norman Strauss – Sherman Tank Crew, Patton’s Army
Fred Iemma – Korea
Anna Gregorian for her two Brothers
Louise Giusti for her husband, Augie – Pearl Harbor Survivor
Adam Damascus – U.S. Army 29th Infantry
Tom Garten
 

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