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Memorial sign dedicated to longtime public servant Vincent Cammarata

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  A memorial sign was dedicated in memory of United States Navy Seaman Vincent Cammarata, who served during World War II, along Park Avenue on Saturday.

Pictured from left to right: Vincent Cammarata’s sons Vincent Jr. and Salvatore, daughter Rosemary Pisani and son John.
During Saturday’s pole sign dedication along Park Avenue, Vincent Cammarata’s son Salvatore noted that his father’s public service began in 1957 on the Parks and Recreation Commission, as a code enforcement officer, and he was also on the Conservation Commission, serving the city for four decades.
A sign was dedicated in memory of Seaman Vincent Cammarata, who served in World War II in the United States Navy.
Pictured from left to right: Revere Director of Veteran Services/Councillor-at-Large Marc Silvestri, Vincent Cammarata’s son Salvatore and daughter-in-law Barbara, granddaughter-in-law Swati Rani and grandson Jason Cammarata.
Family, pictured from left to right: Bottom row: Goddaughter Marguerite and uncle-in-law Michael Carvalho, son Vincent Jr., daughter Rosemary Pisani, sons Salvatore and John and son-in-law Paul Pisani; back row: granddaughter Zoe Cammarata, daughters-in-law Barbara and Gail Cammarata and grandsons Anthony Pisani and Damian Pisani.
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City Councillors Marc Silvestri, Patrick Keefe, Steven Morabito, Ira Novoselsky and Anthony Zambuto joined the Cammarata family.

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