Services scheduled for longtime Woodl...

Services scheduled for longtime Woodland mayor Robert DePetris

There are 1 comment on the story from Jan 21, 2011, titled Services scheduled for longtime Woodland mayor Robert DePetris. In it, reports that:

Residents of this town nestled in the heart of the Pinelands will say goodbye to their longtime mayor, Robert DePetris, during a memorial viewing Sunday at the municipal building he helped build.

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Terry Sheerin

Philadelphia, PA

#1 Jan 24, 2011
Bob was a good neighbor, great Mayor and a man with a heart that was focused on his community and family. He was instrumental in getting the municipal building upgraded from a trailer into the facility it is now. It was fitting he was viewed by his local friends in the building he spent so much time in. He will be sorely missed but remembered fondly for the easy going smile and enthusiasm he was quick to show.

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