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Sunday, October 07, 2007

William F. Cribari Memorial Bridge Dedicated

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A ceremony today at the Saugatuck Fire Station formally marked the naming of the Bridge Street Bridge the William F. Cribari Memorial Bridge. Cribari, called Crobar by friends, was a longtime Westport resident, special police officer, Saugatuck fire volunteer and World War II veteran known to many commuters as the man who directed traffic in Saugatuck for many years. He died Jan. 30 at the age of 88. On hand for the unveiling of a replica of signs placed on bridge approaches were (l-r) First Selectman Gordon Joseloff, state Sen. Judith Freedman, state Rep. Joe Mioli, and Olga Cribari. William Cribari’s wife of 56 years. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) Dave Matlow for

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