97-Year-Old WWII Veteran William ‘Bill’ Gosch Sworn in as Alderman in North Tonawanda

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By: Reporter Staff

Leaders from North Tonawanda held a swearing in ceremony on the steps of City Hall today, Wednesday, August 19th, to swear in 97-year-old William ‘Bill’ Gosch, a WWII Veteran, to serve as a temporary replacement for 2nd Ward Alderwoman Donna Braun.



One of the reasons Gosch was selected was his life-long dedication to the City of North Tonawanda.

“It’s the greatest place in the world to live,” said Gosch.

Gosch was joined by Mayor Arthur Pappas, Clerk-Treasurer Donna Braun, Common Council members Eric Zadzilka, Robert Schmigel, Bob Pecoraro, and Austin Tylec, City Court Judge Shawn Nickerson, and Legislators Rich Andres and Jesse Gooch. Congratulations!!


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