Joseph O'Dorisio * Thomas Roberts Reath * George H. Righter * David Rupp, III * Alec Scott * Camillo Traino * William H. S. Shultz * Pennington H. Way * Raymond J. Ballone * Lewin Bennet Barringer * Edwin M. Blackstone * Sidney F. T. Brock * A. Ward Canizares, Jr. * Vincent N. Cappelli * Joseph J. Carbine * James Carothers * Samuel E. Carr * Domenic J. Castorani * John J. Chester * Ralph M. Colflesh * Calvin G. Condiff, Jr. * Vincent J. Cornacchio * Anthony Leslie Cowan * George Darcy * Louis De Rico * James DiBartolomeo * Bernard DiFrancesco, Jr. * Charles A. DiValerio * Albert M. Ehart, Jr. * Edmund A. Faggioli * Joseph A. Fanelli * Frank J. Fazio * Louis A. Ferrante * Albert T. Fiorini * James A. Fitzpatrick * Charles H. Fleming * William T. Flynn * Vincent J. Forte * Thomas J. Foy, Jr. * Anthony A. Franchetti * William M. Freas * Fred P. Friel * Paul J. Gaffney * Joseph J. Gallagher * Albert R. Gatti * Angelo P. Giordano * Edward J. Glackin * Stanley S. Gondek * William Gormley * Charles W. Grater * Arthur E. Greenwood * John J. Gribbin * William E. Gross * John F. Haines * Edward A. Hanlon * John J. Harkins * William R. Harney * Henry J. Harper * William J. Hartnett * Charles J. Haughton * Joseph P. Haughton * John A. Heintz * Joseph T. Hennessey * Louis J. Herb * Andrew H. Hershey * Albert G. Hess * Joseph F. Hill * Albert H. Hoelsworth * George W. Hogan * Charles R. Hopkins * Charles E. Horstmann * Albert C. Huber * George R. Hughes * Walter E. Huhn * Frederick W. Hunter * James F. Jackson * Raymond F. Jackson * Joseph F. Janda * Albert J. Janulewicz * George A. Jaroszewski * Charles J. Jastremski * Walter J. Jenkins * Raymond G. Jensen * Walter E. Jester * Harold A. Johnson * John R. Johnson * William H. Johnson * George A. Jones * Joseph P. Joyce * John J. Kane * Louis F. Kelleher * William F. Kelleher * Alfred J. Kelley * John J. Kelly * Thomas F. Kelly * William J. Kelly * Harry A. Kenney * Thomas H. Killeen * William J. King * John J. Kinsella * Thomas J. Kinslow * John A. Kirchgessner * John A. Kirschner * George E. Klauder * John J. Klinger * Walter A. Knecht * Albert J. Knoll * William J. Knowles * Herman J. Koehler * Joseph J. Koller * Albert J. Konrad * Peter J. Kowalski * Joseph F. Krajewski * Joseph F. Kruczek * George H. Krumenacker * Albert F. Kuchler * Frank J. Kuhn * James J. Lafferty * James F. Lamb * Joseph P. Lamb * Leo J. Lamb * William J. Lamb * John J. Lane * Edward J. Lang * William J. Larkin * Walter J. Lauer * John A. Lawlor * George H. Leary * John T. Leary * Joseph A. Leary * Michael J. Leary * Charles H. Lee * George F. Lutz

this year’s parade will be held on

Monday, May 29th, 2023

Join the Parade!


Radnor Memorial Library
114 W Wayne Ave, Wayne, PA 19087
Sponsored By Bateman-Gallagher American Legion Post 668 Wayne, PA

radnor township

Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony

Please join us for the annual Memorial Day celebration.

All active and retired military personnel are welcome to march!

Monday, May 29th at 9:45 AM
(Rain or Shine)

A brief Memorial Ceremony will immediately follow the parade
at the corner of Runnymede and South Wayne Avenues.

The Countdown is on!








parade details

Grand Marshal:

John Hospodar, Jr.

Technical Sergeant/2nd Lieutenant

United States Army

Guest Speaker:

William Mott

Garrison Sergeant Major

a brief history of memorial day

Memorial Day was borne out of the Civil War and a desire to honor those who have died in service of the United States of America It was officially proclaimed on 5 May 1868 by General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, in his General Order No. 11. “The 30th of May, 1868, is designated for the purpose of strewing with flowers, or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in defense of their country during the late rebellion, and whose bodies now lie in almost every city, village and hamlet churchyard in the land,” he proclaimed. The date of Decoration Day, as he called it, was chosen because it wasn’t the anniversary of any particular battle.

It is now observed in every state on the last Monday in May with Congressional passage of the National Holiday Act of 1971 (P.L. 90 – 363).

Photos courtesy of Pete Bannan / Main Line Suburban Life