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Apys Honored for Life of Community Service in Little Silver

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in Featured, Front Page, News

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Chet and Flo Apy pause for a portrait on the patio at The Atrium at Navesink Harbor. The couple was honored in Little Silver for more than a half-century of service to the community.

Published on May 24, 2013 with 1 Comment

By John Burton

LITTLE SILVER – Chet and Flo Apy have shown that home is where you give your heart and your effort.

Since 1960 the Apys have called the borough – specifically their Rivers Edge Drive residence – home. But for the couple that raised three sons there, home

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  1. The TRT says Chet is 81, so it must be true, but his seemingly endless energy when on a project would not prove this to be so. It would support a much younger number. Chet is a scholar of Monmouth history always searching deeper into areas new to him and always eager to share what he knows. He has been a great asset to Parker Homestead-1665 digging into the Parker family history and merging it with that of the rest of the county. This is but one of the many areas he has served this community over the years as your article points out. Missing from your article is mention of Chet’s ties to the Boy Scouts.

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