Allen J. PettyMay 23,2013Allen J. Petty Rites
FAIR HAVEN — The graveside service for Allen J. “Bud” Petty, 85, who died Jan. 24, 2013, was held Wednesday, May 22, in Cedar Grove Cemetery in Fair Haven.
Military honors were provided by the Vermont Air National Guard and American Legion Post 49 in Fair Haven who provided the honor guard and firing detail. TSGT Morrell Bunbury sounded taps and assisted 1st SGT Cliff Sterling in folding the flag which was presented to Mr. Petty’s wife, Kay.
Bearers were Terry Petty and Kevin, Ryan and Adrian Brower.
Arrangements were under the direction of the Mallory Funeral Home in Fair Haven.
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