Wayne L. Roberts RitesOctober 26,2013Wayne L. Roberts Rites
FAIR HAVEN— The memorial service for Wayne L. “Mike” Roberts, 62, who died Oct. 20, 2013, was held Friday, Oct. 25, at Our Lady of Seven Dolors Catholic Church in Fair Haven.
The Rev. Anthony Pittappillil, pastor of Our Lady of Seven Dolors Church, and the Rev. Marshall Hudson-Knapp, pastor of the First Congregational Church of Fair Haven, officiated.
Organist was Mike DeLuca, and the cantor was Rosie Doran.
Words of remembrance were by Eric Ramey.
Burial followed in Cedar Grove Cemetery in Fair Haven.
Arrangements were by the Durfee Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Our Lady of Seven Dolors Catholic Church, 10 Washington St., Fair Haven, VT 05743.
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