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Fremont Mayor Bob Wasserman dies at age 77

Original post made on Jan 4, 2012

Fremont Mayor Bob Wasserman, who tried to bring the Oakland A's baseball team to his city and keep the NUMMI auto plant from closing, died Thursday at Fremont's Kaiser medical center. He was 77.

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Posted by Lisa
a resident of Kottinger Ranch
on Jan 4, 2012 at 12:24 am

I grew up around the corner from the Wasserman family and all the kids knew him as "Chief Wasserman". Chief And Mrs. Wasserman were always very nice neighbors and we spent most time with his daughter Jill. What a wonderful man with an amazing family. I am so very sorry for their loss and to the residents of Fremont who will no longer have his leadership. Bless you Chief Wasserman. I will always remember you from when I was a young girl and we played outside with the other kids. Those were great times for all of us and that i will remember fondly. RIP CHIEF WASSERMAN. And love and prayers from my family to yours.

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