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Former Assemblyman Nicholas Felice. (Photo: Facebook).

N.J. flags to be lowered in honor of Nicholas Felice

By David Wildstein, August 31 2021 3:22 pm

Gov. Phil Murphy has ordered U.S. and New Jersey flags to be flown at half-staff in honor of former Assembly Speaker Pro-Tempore Nicholas R. Felice, who died on August 24 at age 94.

Felice, a former Fair Lawn mayor, represented parts of Bergen and Passaic counties in the New Jersey Legislature from 1982 to 2002.

“Assemblyman Felice was an exemplary public servant who fought for the residents of Fair Lawn and the 40th legislative district continually over the course of his decades-long service as a mayor and legislator,” said Murphy.  “His kindness, good humor, and willingness to put people before politics will be remembered fondly.”

The flags will be lowered at all state office buildings and facilities on Wednesday.

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