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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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