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2020 Fort Lee VFW Memorial Day Drive By



Originally this year because of the virus the regular parade had to be canceled. Then just this past Sunday one of the town leaders contacted me and asked if we could do a "Drive By" to honor our veterans. After meeting with the police and the VFW leadership it was decided to scale down the event. 
 
As a result of the meeting it has been decided that only the emergency services and a number of veterans will be in the actual line up.  For this year we will not be inviting any groups or individuals to participate due to the concerns of social distancing and group sizes. See below schedule:

 

Fort Lee VFW Memorial Day Drive Through

 

Date: Monday May 25, 2020

 

Starting Time: 10:00AM

 

Location: Jack Alter Community Center

 

Route:

 

Inwood Terrace then South on Anderson Ave to Columbia Ave., East on Columbia Ave., then North on Palisade Ave., continue onto Lemoine Ave., then West on Myrtle Ave. to Linwood Ave. South on Linwood Ave to Main St, East on Main St. then South on Anderson Ave. and back to  Community Center.

 

 

 


Danny was a coach and a good friend to Fort Lee American Little League

He would always volunteer to help and always had a smile

You could always catch him at the field watching our games, even after retiring from coaching.

We will miss him.

Uncle Danny” - 72 of Cliffside Park, NJ, passed away on Sunday morning, March 29. 2020 due to complications of COVID-19. It is with our deepest regret and broken hearts to announce the passing of our brother, uncle, cousin and friend to all. Danny was retired from Bellevue Hospital, PS 106 where he began as a teacher for kids that faced adversity and retired as a Dean. He will always be remembered as a very special person with a generous spirit and someone who made time for everyone he met.

The mark he left behind on his family, former students, co-workers, teammates and classmates is immeasurable. To many of his admirers he was a larger than life person in both Cliffside Park and Florida where his competitive spirit shone through in the various sports he loved to play. He was a coach and mentor to many youngsters and students at Bellevue Hospital. He loved coaching kids, teaching the fundamentals of the game of baseball and would follow their athletic careers throughout high school and college. He had a keen sense of what motivated them.

As an Administrator and Physical Ed instructor at Bellevue Hospital for 25 years, he touched the lives of numerous underprivileged kids who related to him either as a big brother or surrogate father. This is manifested by the continued outpouring from former students who have taken to social media to express their grief and disbelief of what has happened to “Mr. Napoli”. To say that he has left a void in so many lives and that the world is a smaller place without him would be an understatement.

Danny never failed to put a smile on your face. He had an amazing memory and would be able to recollect names and stories from his childhood years which made him the most gifted storyteller in the family (he could really talk your ear off, if you let him). We lost an amazing, profoundly well-loved man, and the stars shine just a little dimmer without him. His laugh, sense of humor, his love of conversation, sports and his persona will forever be in us. Danny, we love you and promise that you will never be forgotten or replaced in our hearts.

Danny is predeceased by his parents Pasquale and Mary Napoli (Florio). Surviving are his beloved brothers Frank Napoli (and his wife Kathy) of Walnut Creek, CA, Renato (Rennie) Napoli and Mayra Feliciano of Ridgefield Park, NJ, and cherished nephews Jon Brett (and his wife Elizabeth) of Danville, CA, Ryan Napoli of Berkeley, CA, Scott Napoli (and his wife Florence) of San Mateo, CA, Matthew Napoli of Oakland NJ and niece Alexa Napoli of Oakland NJ. A memorial will be announced and friends will be contacted through social media. It will be held in Cliffside Park at a yet to be determined date.


Congratulations to our 2019 District 6 12U Champions

Manager: Adam McCrary

Coaches: Dan Sango and Scott Greenberg

Asher Ben Bayarin            Jake Lee

Nathaniel Febus              Marcus Lee 

Gabriel Garcia                Caleb Park

Jacob Greenberg            Harssh Ramayanam Venkkat

Max Greenberg              Joaquin Rivera

Ayato Hirano                 Niko Sango

Christopher Kim

 

 

 

 


2019 Fort Lee Champions

 

2019 Majors: Fairway Padres

2019 Minors: Fort Lee FLFD #4 Angels

2019 Farm League: Fort Lee PBA #245 Marlins


HOME RUNS 2019

HOME RUNS 2019 NEBAS FALL SEASON:

09/08/19: CHRIS KIM HIT 1ST HOME RUN OF THE SEASON AT RUTHERFORD -

2 RUN HOME RUN

09/15/19: CHRIS KIM HIT 2ND HOME RUN OF THE SEASON VS BERGENFIELD -

2 RUN HOME RUN 

9/22/19 CHRIS KIM HIT 3RD HOME RUN OF THE SEASON VS CLIFFSIDE PARK

SOLO HOME RUN

10/6/19: CHRIS KIM HIT 4TH HOME RUN OF THE SEASON VS SADDLE BROOK 

SOLO HOME RUN