vnews.com 09 Oct, 2020 16:15 am

Family, friends honor Lebanon man’s memory with tow truck parade

Family, friends honor Lebanon man’s memory with tow truck parade
LEBANON — Tow truck drivers from around the Upper Valley are planning an informal parade on Sunday as part of the memorial service for William Grizzaffi, a longtime Lebanon resident and owner of a towing company who died in an accident in Maine last...

(Courtesy Lori Grizzaffi) By ANNA MERRIMAN Valley News Staff Writer Published: 10/8/2020 9:53:14 PM Modified: 10/8/2020 9:53:09 PM LEBANON — Tow truck drivers from around the Upper Valley are planning an informal parade on Sunday as part of the memorial service for William Grizzaffi, a longtime Lebanon resident and owner of a towing company who died in an accident in Maine last weekend.“My heart is crushed,” Grizzaffi’s wife of 24 years, Lori Grizzaffi, said in an interview Tuesday.” Lori Grizzaffi echoed Belanger’s words, saying the group of friends often took trips to Maine, a place Grizzaffi loved.Lori Grizzaffi declined to address the incident, saying, “It’s done and gone and old.

Now, Lori Grizzaffi says she wants to keep the trucking company going in her husband’s honor, adding that friends of theirs have already offered to help her keep it running for free.“This is going to rock people to their core,” Daley said.

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