Town of Greece Parks and Recreation Commissioner Basil A. Marella, 1917-1994. Mr. Marella served as the Town of Greece Parks and Recreation Commissioner for thirty two years. The formerly named English Road park was renamed Basil A. Marella Park in 1995 in his honor. Under his stewardship, he led the development and building of twelve Greece town parks from 1960-1992. Of special pride was the one hundred and two acre park on English Road that now bears his name.
Then sitting Town of Greece Supervisor Vince Tofany shaking hands with former Town of Greece Supervisor Gordon Howe. Supervisor Tofany served from 1960-1964. Supervisor Howe served from 1934-1960.
Former Town of Greece Supervisors Vince Tofany and Gordon Howe attending a celebratory event in the 1970's. Supervisor Howe served from 1934-1960. Supervisor Tofany served from 1960-1964.
Future Greece Town Supervisor Gordon Howe and the Charlotte High School basketball team, 1920's. Gordon is seen holding the ball and was a major contributor to Coach Carl Chamberlain's team. They were the champions of Monroe County in the 1923-1924 season, beating East High School for the title. Mr. Howe served as Greece Town Supervisor from 1934-1960.
Then Vice President Richard M. Nixon campaigning in Rochester, New York, November 1, 1960. He spoke at the Rochester War Memorial. Greece Town Supervisor Gordon Howe is pictured left of Mrs. Pat Nixon, Vice President went on to lose the election by a mere .17% margin in the popular vote.
Town Supervisor John T. Auberger and Deputy Town Supervisor Jeff McCann attending an event at the Greece Historical Society, 2006.
Town of Greece employees posing in front of Christmas Tree at the old Town Hall, 1962.
Greece Town Supervisor Don Riley and Greece Police Chief Gerald Phelan, 1970's.
Supervisor Eckert greeting people at the Town of Greece Bicentennial Celebration, 1976.
Councilman Joseph Darweesh, 1975.
Bill Casey, 4th Ward Councilman, 1970's.
Greece Town Board and Supervisor Don Riley, 1988.
Greece Town Supervisor Alanson P. Britton served as Supervisor for various years between 1877 to 1901.
Town of Greece Employees posing for "Paint the Town Purple" event for Relay for Life program to raise awareness of the fight against cancer, 2014.
Supervisor Bill Reilich & Greece Police Chief Patrick Phelan with a young attendee seated on a Greece Police motorcycle at annual "I Dig This Town" event, 2016.