Game Time And Rubberecycle To Donate Playground In Memory Of Chris Matlosz

white house playground rubber mulch[Related Photos] Marturano Recreation and Rubberecycle, two local companies will be donating a playground to Lakewood in memory of slain Police Officer Chris Matlosz, Committeeman Ray Coles said. The playground structure will be donated by the Marturano Recreation company, which is a local representative for the Game Time company, and Rubberecycle will be donating the flooring for the playground, using their newest Rubber Bond product.

The playground will be installed by Whirl Construction of Fort Monmouth.

“My cousins, friends and neighbors are police officers, and after seeing what happened right here in Lakewood, and the overwhelming experience, we felt we just had to do something”, Keith Sacks, Vice President of Rubbereycle tells TLS. “When I reached out to the other companies, they wholeheartedly agreed to the project”, Sacks said.

In 2009, Rubberecycle was chosen as the company to install the Rubber Mulch at the White House’s first playground, as reported on TLS. (See photos of the installation below).

Ray Coles says that Police Chief Rob Lawson as well as DPW Director Al Burgde will be deciding on the best location for the playground, which is expected to be ready for the Summer. TLS

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22 COMMENTS

  1. Uh number 2 … Definitely NOT in Raintree. It will be destroyed by all the low lives living in Golf View, who wander through the neighborhood.

  2. I hope they put it in an area that doesn’t have anything for the kids to do, so they get into trouble instead of having fun and playing like normal children. That would be the best idea, but I could even tolerate it going into one of the parks, at least there is security in them so the playground equipment doesn’t end up having graffiti all over it…….

  3. PAPI2 N SO WE WILL B HAVING MAD PLAYDATES IN THE PARK I SAY PLACE IT IN THE JEWISH COMPLEX NEXT 2 GOLFVIEW THAT WAS OUR BLUE BRO’S BEAT N WITH HIS AWESOME SMILE THAT IS SO DEEPLY MISSED PLACED ON A PLAQUE UPON ENTRANCE OF THE PARK R.I.P.#317 MR.SMILEY THE LUCKY CHARM =-D

  4. Rubberecycle! Thank you! This means so much to the whole lakewood community. And a special thanks to Keith, Robert, and Morris! Have a git voch!

  5. Thank you sponsors!! What a beautiful to celebrate the life and mourn the death of Chris. You are still in our thoughts and I hope your loved ones are managing. They will never forget you….ever! But each day will get easier than the day b4! I don’t care where it goes just the fact that it happens.
    Rubbercycle thank you. Gametime and Whirl thank you! Kelly and mom thank you for a hero!!!!!!

  6. Kudos to Rubberecycle to care for our kids safety and a great product, we have Rubberecycle’s Playsafer rubber mulch it is just great and protects our kids from getting injured. Thanks

  7. Ocean County Park would be an excellent location. Not only is it a place for ALL families in Lakewood, the ocean County Police Academy is there.

  8. It seems like Rubberecycle has a great product to protect kids in the playgrounds with rubber mulch surfacing as I found an article regarding Rubberecycle providing Playsafer rubber mulch at the first white house playground check out the following to see President Obama in the first family playground http://bit.ly/rFAGv

  9. How about on 9th street between Clifton and Lexington where the old Little league was they can put basketball courts, play ground as a kid I always played there..

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