A heart felt message from Larry and Judy Smith:
It is with the heaviest of hearts that we say goodbye to Peter Robart, who passed away on May 21. Peter was deeply involved in town government, serving as a Selectman from 2003 – 2006. His volunteer leadership of the Town Improvement Committee and Recreation Commission resulted in many projects that will continue to benefit residents – especially children – for years to come.
Peter was instrumental in the enhancement of the Town Common and the development of the Governor Weare Park playing fields, managing every aspect, from the scheduling of games and to the field’s maintenance and sprinkler system. His advice and knowledge about construction was vital to the success of many other town projects, including critical renovations and improvements to the historic Town Hall and the structural framework of the Old Stage Road covered bridge. He also served on the Capital Improvement Committee.
Hampton Falls will remember Peter not only for his generosity, but as someone who contributed his energy and ideas, and was always happy to get his hands dirty.Not many people have an impact on a community and leave a legacy as rich as Peter’s. He will be greatly missed.