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Kermit Arrington, long-time LeRoy Town Justice, has died.
Mr. Arrignton died on Sunday at Crossroads House in Batavia. He was 86. 

Mayor Greg Rogers says Mr. Arrington had an impact on the community.

“Kermit was a great guy and part of the charm of LeRoy. He was a good athlete in this day and then he served as the DPW superintendent for years. He’ll be sadly missed,” Rogers said. “But on a good note, Kermit had a great life – healthy up until just about the very end. He wore a smile on his face just about every day.  He’ll be sadly missed, but he was a great guy. He had a good life and loved LeRoy, like the rest of us.”

Arrington served as town justice for over 20 years. He had also been employed by the LeRoy Dept. of Public Works for 34 years, serving as a supervisor for 20 years.

Arrangements will be announced by the Falcone Family Funeral and Cremation Service. 

 Photo: via LeRoyFootball.com.

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# Karen Reamer Cass
Monday, June 17, 2013 12:56 PM
So sorry to hear about Kermit... he certainly will be missed! The Arrington family were the greatest neighbors. We had some very good times sitting on sister Winnie's porch throughout the summer oh so many years ago. I lived across the street when I was first married and they sure made us feel welcome. From that time on we practically lived over there.
Please know our thoughts are with all of you. Thinking of you...
# Barb & Tom White
Monday, June 17, 2013 10:39 PM
Kermit was an icon of LeRoy and all that is good about growing up in a small town where everybody knows everybody - and everybody has each other's back. The Arrington family was the family you wanted to live next door to, loving, kind, open, true friends. Both Tom and I had different connections to Kermit, but both were the same, we loved him, respected him, were honored to be friends with him. He seemed invincible with his spirit, wonderful smile and support. We are blessed for having known him and the Arrington family. Kermit, we will miss you - but your spirit lives on in all of us you have touched.
All our love and prayers.
Tom and Barb White

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