Watertown’s Bob Galante Remembered in Boston Globe

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The untimely passing of Watertown’s Bob Galante has been covered in local publications, and now the man who mad a big impact on the town’s youth has been remembered in a Boston Globe article. 

Galante passed away in April at the age of 39, and he was remembered by longtime friend and co-worker Peter Centola, the Director of Recreation.

Always active in youth sports and activities, Galante worked in programs with children at Lowell Elementary School, was director of the Recreation Department’s Camp Pequosette summer program and coached Pop Warner football. He was honored at last week’s Watertown Youth Baseball and Softball celebration.

Globe West ran a story this weekend where those who worked with him were interviewed. Read the story, which was appropriately titled “Bob Galante, a friend to one and all in Watertown,” by clicking here.

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