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Woodside honors fallen soldiers with parade

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Catholic War Veterans Color Guard members (l.-r.) John O'Fee, Bernie McNellis and Joe Jessop fire off a salute in Woodside. Photo by Christina Santucci
Helen Olt, the Ladies Auxiliary President, helps to carry a wreath. Photo by Christina Santucci
Kevin Kregler (l.) and his father William Kregler hold a flag in honor of William's father Harold, who served in the military in WWII. Photo by Christina Santucci
Marchers walk along Roosevelt Avenue in Woodside. Photo by Christina Santucci
Kenneth Bobby salutes in Woodside. Photo by Christina Santucci
Jim Mularkey, (l.) commander of the Catholic War Veterans Department of New York, and Woodside Grand Marshal Jim Dimiceli salute the flag. Photo by Christina Santucci
David Rosasco (c.) puts his hand over his heart as St. Sebastian's Catholic War Veterans Post 870 Commander Gerald Olt and veteran Ed Bergendahl (r.) salute after a wreath is placed during the Woodside Memorial Day Parade. Photo by Christina Santucci

The annual Woodside Memorial Day Parade started at St. Sebastian’s Roman Catholic Church and processed throughout the neighborhood.

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