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Betty Trovato


It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of our City Clerk, Betty Trovato. Betty has worked for the City of Burbank for 27 years starting in the Treasurerís Office. She was the first women elected to an aldermanic position in 1993, and in 1995 she became the City Clerk. She has lived in Burbank for over 40 years and her passing has left a void in the City, she will be deeply missed. Betty was preceded in death by her husband of 38 years, Peter Trovato and is survived by 4 children and 13 grandchildren

Mayor Harry J. Klein


James Lario


The City of Burbank regrets the passing of a long time employee and friend James Lario, 84, on February 7th, 2004. Our thoughts are with his family. Jim has been the Cityís Building Departmentís director since 1970. Over the past 34 years, Jim has seen the expansion of Burbank from a small suburban town with gravel roads to the fine community it has matured into. Jim has witnessed many generations of families stay within this fine community to enjoy the type of closeness and kinship that Jim tried to ensure in this city through his work. Jim had the pleasure and enjoyment of having seen many generations of his own family share and grow within the city limits. Jim had the support of his beloved wife Lorraine of 52 years before her passing in 1996. Together they raised two children, James Jr. (Mary Ann) and Joan Masquelier. He is survived by five grandchildren and was a great grandfather of twelve. Jim will be remembered by this community as not only an employee but also a great friend and family man.


Mayor Harry J. Klein


Bill Flaherty


I have known Bill and his wife, Terese, who predeceased Bill, since 1964 when I first came to Burbank. He and I were involved with many of the same activities: Holy Name, Knights of Columbus and a myriad of other activities centering around St. Albert the Great Church and the City of Burbank.
Bill had energy and drive which propelled him in many directions. For years, he served as carnival chairman for the Church. Nothing, however, commanded his attention or passion more than donning his Santa suit every Christmas and placing a child upon his knee to find out what presents they wanted. Many Christmases, he would come to my house and light up the eyes of my grandchildren and, I suspect, many of yours when playing Santa. Since 1977, Bill was alderman of the 3rd ward and during those 31 years served the people of his ward and all of Burbank with the utmost honor and distinction. Bill will be missed for his service to humanity and our city is a better place because he came our way.


Mayor Harry J. Klein



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