Cage 6 Thursday, July 17, 1997 •Bbstfielh Jitabtt and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains - Fanwood A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION
MR. MAXWELL HONORED.. .Bob Maxwell, seated center, was feted recently
in recognition of his 25 years as Secretary of the Rotary Club of Westfield.
Pictured, left to right, are: standing, Past Presidents Tim Doerr, Gail Cassidy,
Uub Read, Rich Width, Ron S wist, Lou Lefevre and Robert Yeager; seated, Rich
Maus, Linda Maggio, Mr. Maxwell and Past Presidents .lack Cohen and Bill
Rotary Honors Bob Maxwell 3'
MR. AND MRS. FRANK A. PANARESE, JR. 1,1
(She is the former Miss Justine A. Macrini)
MR. AND MRS. KEVIN ANDREW IREDELL
(SJie is the former Miss Lisa Marie Griffith)
For 25 Years as Secretary
The Westfield Rotary Club cel- engraved brass bell to Mr. Maxwell
ebrated Bob Maxwell's 25 years of in appreciation of his service on be-
service as Secretary to the club at a half of the club. Each of the 25 presi-
luncheon on June 25. Mr. Maxwell, dents names were engraved on the
who resides in Mountainside, and is bell.
the owner of Don Maxwell Furniture Miss Justine A. Macrini of Staten Westfield, the cousin of the bride-
Restoration and Antiques in Rotary is an organization of busi- Island, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. groom.
Mountainside, has been a Rotarian ness and professional leaders united Edward Macrini of Staten Island, was The bride is a graduate of St. Jo-
Miss Lisa Marie Griffith of a lace backing. for 49 years, and joined the clubat his worldwide, who provide humanitar- married on Friday, June 27, to Frank seph by the Sea High School and St.
Westfield, the daughter of Dr. and Jeffrey Iredell of Arlington, Vir- father's urging . ian service, encourage high ethical A. Panarese, Jr. of Edison. He is the John's University - Grymes Hill,
Mrs. Martin G. Griffith of Westfield, ginia was the best man. Serving as After being elected President forthe standards in all vocations, and help son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Panarese Staten Island, where she received a
,,vyas married on Saturday, August 3, ushers were Karl Kraft of Wayne, 1968-1969term, he becameClub Trea- buildgoodwilland peace in the world. of Westfield. Bachelor of Science Degree in El-
,|p Kevin Andrew Iredell. He is the Pennsylvania, Joseph Iredell of surer and served at that post under 25 The Rotary Club of Westfield, one The evening ceremony took place ementary Education and Psychology.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Iredell of Broomall, Pennsylvania and Chris- Presidents, 12 of whom were in atten- of the largest clubs in the state with at St. Thomas the Apostle Roman She received her Master of Arts De-
Broomall, Pennsylvania. topher Griffith and David Griffith, dance at the luncheon and gave glow- over 70 members, meets each Tues- Catholic Church in Staten Island with gree in Special Education from the
The afternoon ceremony took place both of Westfield. ing tributes to Mr. Maxwell's service. day at 12:15 p.m., in the Kellogg the Reverend Michael Greene and College of Staten Island, and is em-
in St. Helen's RomanCatholicChurch The bride graduated from Villanova Robert Yeager, out-going President Room at the Westfield "Y." Guests the Very Reverend Monsignor Jim ployed as a third-grade teacher, at
in Westfield, with the Reverend Wil- University in Pennsylvania and is of the Westfield Rotary, presented an and visitors are invited to attend. Dorney officiating. The reception Bedminster Township School.
liam Morris and the Reverend James employed as a fourth grade teacher at took place at the Grand Marquis in The bridegroom, a graduate of St.
Kelly officiating. A reception fol- Featherbed Lane School in Clark. Old Bridge. Peter's High School, also graduated
lowed at The Chanticler Chateau in The bride, who was escorted down from St. John's University - Grymes
Warren. The bridegroom, who also gradu- the aisle by her father, wore a gown Hill, where he earned a Bachelor of
The bride, who was escorted down ated from Villanova University, is a made of lace, pearls and tulle. Her Science Degree in Finance. He is
.the aisle by her father, wore a short- manager with Enterprise Rent-A-Car veil included a crown and was also employed as an electrician for Adco
sleeved satin gown with scattered flo- in Scotch Plains. made of lace, pearls and tulle. She Electric Corporation in Staten Island
ral appliques decorated with pearls The rehearsal dinner was given by carried a bouquet of white and cham- and is a member of Local No. 3 of
on the bodice, skirt and train. She the bridegroom's parents at Brianna's pagne roses and stephanotis with rib- International Brotherhood of Elec-
wore an elbow-length veil and a head- restaurant in Scotch Plains. bon. trical Workers. ^
piece decorated with three satin roses. Following a wedding trip to Aruba, Mrs. Elizabeth Paolella of A cocktail party was given by the
She carried a cascading bouquet of the couple resides in Scotch Plains. Trumbull, Connecticut served as the parents of the bridegroom at their
white and champagne roses, Queen matron of honor. She wore an ivory, home in Westfield.
.Anne's lace, stephanotis and green A-line crepe dress with an empire waist Following a honeymoon trip to the
,,.iyy. enneth and carried a tear-drop bouquet of St. James Club in Antigua, the couple
The maid of honor was Miss Jenni- white, pale pink and champagne roses. resides in Edison.
fer Cancellieri of Westfield, now Mrs. The bridal attendants were Ms.
Jennifer Loia of Mountainside. The to <^£ysay/its Marianne Panarese and Ms. Nancy
bridesmaids included Miss Margaret Leigh and Brendan Lysaght of Panarese, both of Westfield, Ms. Jes-
Graney of Phoenixville, Pennsylva- Cranford have announced the birth sica Gage of Staten Island and Ms.
nia, Miss Laura Fortunato of Fairport, of their son, Benjamin Kenneth Corinne Lanza of Port Reading. Miss
NewYork, MissChristine Cancellieri Lysaght, on Saturday, June 14, at Lisa Panarese, also of Westfield, was to
of Westfield, Miss Judith Iredell of Overlook Hospital in Summit. the junior bridesmaid. The flower
Arlington, Virginia and Miss Carol Benjamin weighed 8 pounds, 4 girls were Elissa and Lauren Donald G. and Kelly A. Harrington
Iredell of Broomall, Pennsylvania. ounces and measured 20 V* inches in Cirigliano of Staten Island, the cous- of Westfield have announced the birth
The maid of honor and brides- ' length. ins of the bridegroom. of their son, Ryan Gerard Harrington,
maids all wore floor-length, pale yel- Benjamin's maternal grandparents The bridal attendants also wore on Monday, June 2.
low crepe dresses with an empire are Sal and Barbara Espositoof Brick, ivory, A-line dresses with an empire Ryan's maternal grandparents are
waist and matching satin jackets. They formerly of Westfield. A SPRING TRADITION...Members or the Garden Clubof Westfleld partici- waist and carried round bouquets of Eric and Ann O'Toole of Bridle,
held round bouquets of yellow mini His paternal grandparents are Ken pated in the annual spring planting at the Westfield Day Care Infant Center pale pink and champagne roses with formerly of Ridgewood. .
gerber daisies, light orange lilies, and Nora Lysaght of St. Armand's located on West Broad Street in Westfleld. The Garden Club has been involved French lace. His paternal grandparents are
,, yellow freesia, champagne roses with with the caring of flowers and shrubs at the Day Care Center for over 15 years. George Clark of Staten Island was Donald and Ann Harrington of Bask-
Key in Florida. Pictured are Ruth Paul, left, and Carolyn Fleder.
the best man. Victor Ramos and Mat- ing Ridge.
thew McCarthy, both of Staten Is-
EXPERIENCE land, Louis Masters of Port Reading A halophyte is a plant that
and Robert Paolella of Trumbull,
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