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Honoring the memory of Sandy Berger with a bench

cynthiah@lakevillejournal.com
Laurie Gross was among those honoring her late brother, Millerton native Sandy Berger, at a dedication ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 16. Photo by Cynthia Hochswender

MILLERTON —  The dedication of a bench in memory of Millerton native Sandy Berger on Saturday, Sept. 16, at Veterans’ Park, turned into a reunion of family members and old childhood friends who still live in the area. 

Berger was born in Millerton in 1945, the son of Al and Rose Berger, who were the owners for many years of what was referred to in those days as a haberdashery, in the building that is now home to Oblong Books and Music on Main Street. 

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