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Fasano's Shoes

66 N Washington Ave
Bergenfield, NJ 07621.
Cross Streets: Between E Church St and Demott Ave

Telephone:    (201) 384-0911

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Michael H Yoscary

July 12 at 11:51am

Fasano's Shoes which opened in 1911 on Church St but is now at 66 N Washington Ave is Bergenfield's oldest business.

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Dave Sorkow

Dave Sorkow And the truant officer years ago

Like Reply 3 July 12 at 12:30pm

Sean Duffy

Sean Duffy Still have my Timberlands I bought at 18 yrs old from the Truant officer

Like Reply 1 July 12 at 12:34pm

Michael H Yoscary

Michael H Yoscary Does anyone remember how long it has been in this location?

Like Reply July 12 at 1:00pm

James Devine

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Harry Bud Munson

Harry Bud Munson The owner still maintains a card file on every customer with sizes, styles and.preferences of each customer. Excellent service to this day.

Like Reply 6 July 12 at 1:20pm

Lori Bennett-Lavery


Lori Bennett-Lavery Wow it's still there?

Like Reply July 12 at 1:25pm

Michael H Yoscary

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Vincent Santo

Vincent Santo I bought my red wing boots there. Next to state farm ins.

Like Reply July 12 at 1:42pm

Susan Fedorchak

Susan Fedorchak My dad bought his workshoes here.

Like Reply July 12 at 1:51pm

Nancie K Vogt

Nancie K Vogt Mr Fasano was the truen officer in the late 60"s...70's.

Like Reply 2 July 12 at 2:31pm

Patricia FeistyGirl

Patricia FeistyGirl What ever happened to Vinny Fasano, anyone know?

Like Reply July 12 at 2:50pm

Loretta Shine

Loretta Shine He is still in Bergenfield.

Like Reply July 12 at 3:20pm

Kenneth Thomson

Kenneth Thomson I live in Colorado and couldn't find the work boots I wanted. The pair I found were to much money. Went home on vacation to Bergenfield and found a better pair there and $80.00 cheaper.

Like Reply July 12 at 3:32pm

Patricia FeistyGirl

Patricia FeistyGirl Really? Thanks Loretta Shine... Guess, he isn't on FB? Hope he is well, I always like him. He was a good kid, knew him in HS....

Like Reply July 12 at 3:36pm

Mark Weber

Mark Weber Mom and Pop business. Remember going there to buy boots. Glad to see they are still around.

Like Reply 1 July 12 at 4:14pm

Toni Sissy Candela Wall

Toni Sissy Candela Wall that's where my Mother got the lift put on her shoe and she drove special ed kids for him

Like Reply July 12 at 4:54pm

John DeGeorge

John DeGeorge a great man...

Like Reply July 12 at 6:42pm

Michael Fasano

Michael Fasano Wow! I am loving all these comments. The shoe store was started in 1911 on Church Street and moved to Washington Avenue at the end of WWI. My father and grandfather took a barracks building from the old Camp Merritt and set it on a foundation and bui...See More

Like Reply 5 July 12 at 9:14pm

Dana Volpe Cammarata

Dana Volpe Cammarata Where is it?

Like Reply July 15 at 11:21am

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Patricia FeistyGirl

Patricia FeistyGirl Awe, thanks Michael Fasano, Tell him Patricia Daidone... :)

Like Reply July 12 at 9:16pm

Michael Fasano

Michael Fasano Will do!

Like Reply 1 July 12 at 9:20pm

Diana Dloughy

Diana Dloughy A great and special man. I had a childhood disability and he often drove me to school. (This was in the early 60's). It was amusing for me to be picked up by the truant officer. 😃

Like Reply 1 July 12 at 10:32pm

Anthony Locicero

Anthony Locicero Lorraine

Like Reply July 12 at 11:14pm

Cathy Murphy

Cathy Murphy I grew up right next store to them , we would sit on the steps with mr and mrs Fasano and have ice cream cones

Like Reply 1 July 12 at 11:53pm

Frannie Parra Beningaso

Frannie Parra Beningaso I remember the owner, Truant Officer Larry Fasano

Like Reply July 13 at 7:21am

Christopher Olsen

Christopher Olsen Glad to see they are still open

Like Reply July 13 at 8:56am

Greg Fink

Greg Fink As a child of Bergenfield my Grandma-Peg Horni would bring us to all the stores in Bergenfield first.. My Uncles Harry and Mike , My Mom Maureen also shopped at these stores for years. To Mr Michael Fasano I say "" Thank you for remaining in Bergenfield! Next time I am home I am buying shoes here!!!! ""

Like Reply July 13 at 3:28pm Edited

Michael Fasano

Michael Fasano Greg, Thanks so much.

Like Reply July 13 at 4:01pm


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