Herbert Bullock retires 1961

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Herbert Bullock retires 1961 - Newark Plant Retires Four NEWARK Four men with...
Newark Plant Retires Four NEWARK Four men with a total of 110 years of service at Riegel Paper Corp. retired this fall. ! The oldest in point of service service was Charles Lester, who at 68 had 37 years to his 'credit. Most of that time was spent as a glue machine feeder. feeder. He has been on sick leave I since November I960 at his home 416 West Ave. where he lives with his wife and daughter, daughter, Beverly. His retirement was effective as of Sept. 1. ; Philip Krebbeks, 70, of Stuart Ave., had 36 years of service when he retired Oct. 1. His man job at Riegel was a Miehle cutter feeder. Mr. and Mrs. Krebbeks celebrated their golden wedding anni versary Aug. 31, 1960. Their son, Richard, lives in Palmyra. They have five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. His retirement took effect on Oct. 1. Felice (Tony) Colacino had 26 years as fireman and watchman when his retirement retirement came on Oct. 1. At 71 years of age, he resides on Church Street with his wife. They have two sons, Bernard and Joseph. Herbert Bullock of Merrick Place, Lyons, is the youngest both in age and service. He is 66 and had 11 years of service. service. When he retired on Sept. 1 he was a trucker. He is married. married. :

Clipped from Democrat and Chronicle18 Oct 1961, WedOrleans Genesee Valley EditionPage 6

Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York)18 Oct 1961, WedOrleans Genesee Valley EditionPage 6
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