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From left to right, Councilman David Weprin, Gerard Hyatt, Theodore Hyatt, Stephen Hyatt, Michael Hyatt, Angela Augugliaro and Senator Frank Padavan unveil the new Joan Hyatt Triangle sign at Braddock and Jamaica Avenues.
The naming of the triangle was dedicated to Mrs. Joan Hyatt who, until her recent passing, was a member of the Queens Colony Civic Association in Bellerose, one of the oldest in the borough of Queens, which she helped found. Joan was also one of the original members of the Joint Bellerose Business District Development Corp. (JBBDDC) as well as heavily involved with St. Gregory the Great Church, where she started a program to care for sick parishioners and teach others how to care for the sick and elderly.

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