In Loving Memory of Robert Meehan of Flag Container Service


Robert Meehan

Company: Flag Container Service

Years of Service: 2

Comments: He was born and raised in Oakwood Beach and settled in Hazlet in 2011.

A graduate of New Dorp High School, Mr. Meehan worked at Gaeta Sanitation, West Brighton, and most recently at Flag Container Service Co., Port Richmond.

“Everyone he met loved him,” said his sister, Tabatha Sajeva. “He was a good person who was happy, generous and always smiling. He would have done anything for anyone.”

Mr. Meehan enjoyed fishing, playing cards and spending time with his family.

He was a loving uncle to his niece and nephews.

In addition to his sister, Tabatha, he is survived by his father, Robert Meehan Sr.; his mother, Christine Ferrucci; his sisters, Christina Assante and Sarah Meehan, and his maternal grandmother, Blanche Pyatt

We will not forget you, Robert Meehan.

Together, let’s honor the memory of the men and women who have served by our side. Whether on the garbage trucks, delivering portable sanitation units, or working in the offices and repair shops, the employees of our industry serve important roles and are very special people. As we remember this fallen hero of the waste industry, we join with their family and co-workers to honor their service.

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