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Nicholas Berezansky

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Background Information

Employment History

Instructor

American Red Cross


Vice President

New Jersey State First Aid Council


Affiliations

Manville's Rescue Squad

Member


American Legion

Member


Knights of Columbus

Member


Web References(4 Total References)


Packet Online

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Gluch, Berezansky will be missedThe year 2002 saw the deaths of two local leaders - Nicholas Berezansky on March 31 and Ted Gluch Sr. on Sept. 20.Mr. Berezansky, 80, had been a longtime member of Manville's Rescue Squad, which he helped found after returning from duty in the U.S. Marines during World War II.In addition to his lifesaving work with the squad, Mr. Berezansky taught many Manville youngsters how to swim safely, as well as how to rescue those that couldn't as an instructor for the American Red Cross.Mr. Berezansky also served as the borough's Emergency Management Coordinator, and was a member of the local Knights of Columbus, Sacred Heart Church and the American Legion.


Packet Online

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'Personally I think that for a man that gave as much to this town as Nick Berezansky did, this is a disgrace.'By a split vote along party lines, the matter was tabled until the council can come up with an alternative means of honoring Mr. Berezansky.Mr. Wierzba, who initially proposed renaming a street in town after the late Mr. Berezansky, was not pleased with the rejection of the ordinance.Following the decision to table the South Street name change ordinance, Mr. Wierzba suggested that the council re-explore his original idea of renaming Main Street, between Fifth Avenue and Pope Street, in honor of Mr. Berezansky."Personally I think that for a man that gave as much to this town as Nick Berezansky did, this is a disgrace," said Mr. Wierzba.Among other acts of service and volunteerism to the borough, Nicholas Berezansky founded the Manville First Aid Squad 50 years ago.He died at the age of 80 on March 31.Monsignor Krysztofik died Jan. 24.He had served as pastor at Sacred Heart from 1969-99, and was involved in many community activities, including the Manville Rescue Squad, fire company, and several youth groups. ©Packet Online 2002


Packet Online

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"If you look up the word volunteerism in the dictionary, then I would be shocked if there was not a picture of Nick Berezansky next to it," said Councilman Martin Wierzba, who is spearheading the effort to have South Avenue renamed Nicholas Berezansky Boulevard.In addition to his service to the Manville Rescue Squad, Mr. Berezansky was an American Red Cross lifesaving and first-aid instructor and served as vice president of the New Jersey State First Aid Council.After retiring from the Rescue Squad in 1998, Mr. Berezansky served as the borough's Emergency Management Coordinator until the middle of 2001.During that time he played a vital role in assisting residents during Hurricane Floyd in 1999 and during the severe winter storm of 1995.Mr. Berezansky also served on the board of trustees at Sacred Heart Church.Mr. Berezansky died March 31 at the age of 80. ©Packet Online 2002


Packet Online

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"If you look up the word volunteerism in the dictionary, then I would be shocked if there was not a picture of Nick Berezansky next to it," said Councilman Martin Wierzba, who is spearheading the effort to have South Avenue renamed Nicholas Berezansky Boulevard.In addition to his service to the Manville Rescue Squad, Mr. Berezansky was an American Red Cross lifesaving and first-aid instructor and served as vice president of the New Jersey State First Aid Council.After retiring from the Rescue Squad in 1998, Mr. Berezansky served as the borough's Emergency Management Coordinator until the middle of 2001.During that time he played a vital role in assisting residents during Hurricane Floyd in 1999 and during the severe winter storm of 1995.Mr. Berezansky also served on the board of trustees at Sacred Heart Church.Mr. Berezansky died March 31 at the age of 80. ©Packet Online 2002


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