CHARLES NUZIALE To the Editor: “Holy cow” and “Oh my” are famous expressions to describe an astonishing event. Well I just heard that it is “alleged” that Soupy Sales (remember him) was once seen sitting on a bench in Bayonne County Park! Should the BBOED start the “re-naming” process?Am I serious? No! Is this utterly ridiculous? Yes! Is this scenario related to a recent article that appeared in the newspaper? Probably.All the accomplishments of Tara Lapinski and Dick Savitt will forever be praiseworthy. Mr. Korpi and Mr. Broderick moved in a different spotlight. Still, all four were distinguished by an unquestioned commitment.For Broderick Courts, it was never about Ws and Ls but rather to impart the love of a sport to the young and not so young.Korpi was director of community education for Bayonne, which enriched the lives of adults.By the way, Mr. William Lawson was president of the BBOED, who dealt with major issues too, but he was always kind, patient, and willing to listen. This was most appreciated by one and all.Finally, finger-pointing and name calling only lead to negativity. It’s actually simple: children want to learn, parents want security, teachers want fairness, and citizens want transparency. As with the title of that oldie-but-goody, it is time to come together.