Remembering Pauline Braccio, A Fighter For Dignity

Remembering Pauline Braccio, A Fighter For Dignity — A memorial service, today, Dec. 10, for Pauline Braccio packed the Golden Boar restaurant with those seeking to pay tribute to Montgomery County’s defender of underdogs.

Pauline died unexpectedly last month. The event was organized by WWDB hosts Stan Cascio, Andy Teitelman and Don Beishl. Many of the guests were New Yorkers involved in the city’s freedom movement.

Yes, believe it or not, The Big Apple has a freedom movement.

About two dozen of them traveled two hours on this rainy day to remember Pauline. Many took to the mic to share memories and stories of her. They had gotten to know her from her daughter Olivia’s photo essays and stories of New York events.

And they got to love her as many of us did.

Olivia’s work, by the way, is becoming well regarded in influential circles.

We’d also like to plug the Golden Boar which was generous with its time and service. It’s a Ukrainian restaurant and we can attest that its food is authentic and delicious. You can find it at 2158 County Line Road, Huntingdon Valley, Pa. 19006.

Remembering Pauline Braccio, A Fighter For Dignity

Remembering Pauline Braccio at the Golden Boar

4 thoughts on “Remembering Pauline Braccio, A Fighter For Dignity”

  1. Thanks for the coverage Bill. We were all thrilled you could attend this special memorial. It’s amazing how impactful Pauline was and how many lives she touched because of her passion for protecting our freedom. She will be missed.

  2. Thank you so much for this article, Bill! It is so comforting to know that my mom made an impact on people from many different walks of life.

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