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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Sunday, January 21 2018 @ 07:20 PM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Sunday, January 21 2018 @ 07:20 PM EST
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Louise Suppo A Paramus Icon


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Louise?s parents moved to Paramus in 1917 where they rented a residence next to Mt. Saint Andrew. At that time, there was a lot of truck farming, Midland Avenue wasn?t paved and forget about Route 17 as a major artery. Her father inherited $1600 dollars and got himself a cow, thus the birth of Paramus Dairy.

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Eileen McDowell, a listener


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Eileen holds the title of Director of the Joseph Cipolla Paramus Senior Center at North 93 Farview Ave. and is a Certified Social Worker. She has been with the Borough of Paramus for 19 years starting out in Recreation for a couple of years and then got promoted to her next door neighbor, Janet Luckow?s Human Services. About 2 years later she was further promoted to her present position and location.

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Florence Pappas, Secretary to the Mayors


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One might call Flo Pappas a fixture at Paramus Borough Hall. She has been there since December 20, 1970 starting? with then Mayor Charlie Reid. She has since been secretary to Mayors Joe Cipolla, Cliff Gennarelli and now Jim Tedesco. One may ask ?Why is it that I stay working??. The answer is simple! I have always? been treated with respect and kindness by the four mayors and approximately 40 Council Members.

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Paramus Police Officer Norm Bizik - It's all about working together


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Approaching Police Headquarters, their new sign immediately catches one?s attention. A visitor parks in a designated area and then goes through the automatic doors to the Desk Officer. The officer asked if he could help me, I stated my name and said that I was here to see Community Policing Officer Norm Bizik.

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Paramus Profiles - Jeffrey A. Levine


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A visit to the Fire Prevention Bureau brought me face to face with Jeff Levine, its Director , Chief Fire Inspector, fire sub-code official and fire official. After a very pleasant chat pertaining to fire alarms, fire and smoke, Jeff graciously agreed to an interview for www.ParamusPost.com.

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Principal William Freeman, a man of principles


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When Principal William Freeman?s picture appeared in the local papers in April showing him sitting on the roof of his school, it showed the integrity of the educator.

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Free Mini Physical offered


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Did you know that when you contribute blood, whole or platelets, at Community Blood Services that you and your blood go through many life saving processes?

When you visit the Blood Bank at 970 Linwood Avenue in Paramus or their facility in Goshen, NY, or for that matter have one of their Bloodmobiles visit your premises, they not only take down your health data and check your blood pressure, cholesterol and pulse, your blood is tested for viral diseases such as HIV, AIDS, hepatitis and social diseases such as venereal contacts.

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Restaurants in the Neighborhood


Applebee Restaurant, Fashion Center (201-447-8813)
Biagio's Ristorante, 299 Paramus Rd. (201-652-0201)
Blimpie, Rte 4 (201-843-4417)
Boston Market, 743 Rte 17 (201-445-6633)
Burger King, 165 Rte 4 (201-226-0487)
California Pizza Kitchen, Garden State Plaza (201-587-0005)
Caruso's Tuscan Grill, 65 Rte 4 E. (201-556-9111)
Chic-Fil-A, Paramus Park (201-967-9494)
Chicken Fireplace Restaurant, (201-444-3434)
Chili's Grill & Bar,? Rte 17 (201-226-0600)
Cinnabon, Garden State Plaza (201-291-0666)
El Cid Restaurant, 205 Paramus Rd (201-843-0123)
Fireplace Restaurant (201-444-2362)
Forum Cafe-Restaurant, Rte 4 W (201-845-8850)
Fuddruckers, 282 Rte 4 E (201-343-4533)
Hooters Restaurant, 395 Rte 17 S (201-986-1530)
Joe's American Bar & Grill,? GSP (201-843-8858)
Johnny Rockets, GSP (201-291-1700)
Kiku Restaurant, 120 Rte 4 (201-845-8008)
La Bella Roma Pizzeria, 35 N Farview (201-843-8687)
Max's Cafe Radisson Inn (201-262-6900)
Namaskaar Indian Restaurant (201-342-8868)
Napa Valley Grille, Garden State Plaza (201-845-5555)
Nathan's, Garden State Plaza (201-845-6266)
Nathan's Famous, Paramus Park (201-261-4433)
On The Border Mex. Cafe 71 Rte 17 (201-368-3380)
Orange Lantern, 15 Firehouse Lane (201-652-4443) (website)
Oriental Grill, Bergen Mall (201-843-0208)
Panda Express Garden State Plaza (201-291-1145)
Panera Bread, Paramus Park (201-576-9779)
Paparazzi Restaurant, Garden State Plaza (201-843-0990)
Pier 17, 464 Rte 17 N (201-967-1079)
Pine Hill Restaurant, 123 Paramus Rd. (201-843-0170)
Pizzeria Uno/Chicago Bar? Grill, Mall at 4 (201-488-9494)
Popeyes Famous Fried Chicken & Biscuit,? Rte 17 N (201-447-9885)
Ruby Tuesday Restaurant, Garden State Plaza (201-909-0886)
Sportsworld Restaurant, 200 Rte 17 (201-265-8555)
Suburban Diner, 172 Rte 17 N (201-261-2605)
Tin's House of Paramus, 98 Rdgwd Av (201-262-2262)
Tom Sawyer Restaurant, 98 Rdgwd Av (201-262-0111)
Wendy's Old Fashion Hamburgers, 190 Rte 4 E (201-368-0031)

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The Dream Team of www.ParamusPost.com


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After attending the Chinese New Year celebration at Trinity Presbyterian Church, several of us Rotarians decided that on the 4th Sunday of every month, we would celebrate with fellow Rotarian, Reverend Sam Stone by attending his service. Last month being Easter, I must admit to being remiss about it. I was reminded!

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The birth of the Paramus Scholarship Show


mel3.jpg“Say Wes, I just came across a wonderful idea.”, I remarked to Wes Van Pelt, the Board of Education Secretary. We had bumped into each other at the Bergen Mall, then Paramus’ major shopping center. That was the beginning of what has become an annual scholarship fundraising event.

I had come across the idea of having churches and organizations contributing an act each and donating the monies to scholarship. Wes translated it into the PT Council which consisted of all the PTA and PTO’s in town. With his suggestion, I appeared before the Council with the germ of an idea. They liked it. Superintendent of Schools George Hodgins approved it and assigned Memorial School principal, Bill Dunn as his representative.

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