Robert Heath is a long-time resident of Solebury Township. Most of us are familiar with Heath’s Service Center in Lambertville, which his father started in 1930. Now retired, Bob will still show up promptly with the tow truck for auto emergencies. Bob volunteered in the prison system for 40 years, leading Bible study groups. He was also a Boy Scout leader here in Solebury.
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