Bernard P. Zaleta

Date of Death: January 1, 1900
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Bernard P. “Bernie” Zaleta of Wallingford, PA, formerly of Newtown Square, died on October 1, 2008. He was the beloved son of the late Mary P. nee Hogan and Bernard I. Zaleta. He is survived by his loving son, Jeffrey D. Amanda; his brothers, James, Michael, William, Joseph and John Zaleta; his sisters, Mary PatContinue Reading

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Charlene and Tom Butler left a message on October 6, 2008:

Please accept our condolences. Bernie was a good Parrothead buddy. We will remember working with him on community service projects and partying with him at our events. His quiet, disarming way set folks at ease. We will miss him very much.

Denise & Jeff Irwin left a message on October 5, 2008:

We knew Bernie through the Parrot Head Club. He was always an active member and helped out with all of our service projects and fundraisers. Bernie was a great guy and always willing to help in any way he could. He will be truly missed. Our prayers and condolences go to all of his family and friends at this sad time. We miss you Bernie!

Conie & Jerry Groll left a message on October 3, 2008:

Bernie will truely be missed by us who had so much fun getting together with laughs and good times. We esp. enjoyed the easy way it was to talk with him. His kindness and calm manner was always welcoming and accepting of new friends. Surely a sweet man who deserves to be remembered as a good person to all.

Jeff & Marjorie Minton left a message on October 3, 2008:

We have a picture of Bernie and us hanging on the refrigerator from the bar in Key West during the annual pilgrimage. It's going to be different this year without him.

cindy reese left a message on October 3, 2008:

Bernie was such a nice guy! He always made sure none of the girls walked home alone in Key West. Boat Drinks won't be the same without him. I will drink a toast or three to you this weekend, Bernie. All of us in the DSPHC will miss you.

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Tony Macrie left a message on October 3, 2008:

I had the privilege and pleasure to not only know, but work with Bernie over the past four years. He was an all-around great guy and a true professional railroader. He always did his absolute best to go out of his way to accomodate you. And if he said he was going to work on a situation or problem and get back to you, he always did. I talked with him on his last day of work and wished him a long, safe and peaceful retirement. I now want to express my condolences and deepest sympathy to his family and friends. May he rest in peace. He was among the best. Sincerely and respectfully, Tony Macrie President and General Manager CAPE MAY SEASHORE LINES Railroad

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