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Doug Tenis of Fair Lawn, N.J.


Doug Tenis marched in the Garfield Cadets hornline from 1958 to 1968.

He enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1963 and attended basic training at Fort Dix.

His military career took him into Army Intelligence as an E5, and he was discharged from the service in 1966.

Doug is presently the commander of American Legion Post 199 in Hawthorne, N.J. He organizes the runs of the Hawthorne Memorial Day Parade and is the business manager for the Caballeros Alumni Corps as well as a member of the New Jersey Hall of Fame and an associate member of the World Hall of Fame.

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Robert Mattera

Anthony "Bart" Bartello

Dennis Bradley


Class of 2011

Robert T. Messineo, Sr.

Richard Santo

Vincent D'Arrigo

Reverend Deacon Donald Koch

Frederick "Rick" Walsh 

 

 

 

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Note to The 2016 Cadets Members: As a member of this corps, you are among our most elite ranks and have become one of the most respected performers in the world of the marching arts. We do not take your decision to be a Cadet lightly. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to this organization, to 83 years of tradition, and to your 2016 program and fans.

 

 

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During the summer, this page is where your friends and family members can come to find emergency contact information for the corps and other important details when we are rehearsing or taveling to a show.

In the meantime, this is where you can find the links to pay for your tuition for the summer of 2016.

As a member of this corps, you are among our most elite ranks and have become one of the most respected performers in the world of the marching arts. We do not take your decision to be a Cadet lightly. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to this organization. We can't wait to see you at the next rehearsal!

 

 

WarrenCorman BostonMarathon2014 Finish medalAnyone familiar with the world of running knows that the Boston Marathon is one of the highest achievements a runner can attain.

Monday morning, April 21, Cadets Alum Warren Corman ran the Boston for his second time, and he has graciously decided to use his efforts to help raise money for The Cadets.


 

Warren said he first started training to run distances on his own to get in shape for drum corps. He marched in the Garfield Cadets' baritone section from 1977 to 1984 and was a part of the corps' first two DCI World Championship titles.

He also met his wife, Karen Cinzio, in the corps. Karen began her Cadets career in 1977 as well, and she aged out as a color guard captain in 1983.

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