Giving Back to our Neighborhood

Angel Park began from an idea that came to Kelli and Andy Szczybor after the loss of their baby boy, Ryan. From a sad origin, a bright and life affirming idea emerged – to build a place for laughter, activity and fun, for families and friends throughout the surrounding neighborhoods.

Kelly Szczybor is the niece of our classmate Brenda Paulshock.

The all-access playground was built in Perry Hall on 2.5 acres of land on Honeygo Boulevard south of the Perry Hall Library. The area will also include a public amphitheater.

The park is a memorial to lost loved ones. Plans include a memorial wall and opportunities for individuals and businesses to sponsor playground equipment in honor of those they have lost.

From design to construction the park is entirely community-driven. And, several of our classmates donated many hours to bringing the park to life; Brenda Paulshock, Vince Pecora and Sue Trinko Gerdom.

The Perry Hall High School Class of 1967 donated $100 for a brick placed on the memorial wall to support the community and Angel Park.

Line 1 PHHS Class of 1967
Line 2 Will Remember Always
Line 3 Our Lost Classmates
Tell us about the “angel” in your life that inspires you to be part of Angel Park The 1967 class of PHHS wish to honor and remember the lives of so many of our lost classmates.