William Mabry Obituary, Former Roswell Mayor William Mabry Died At 95

William Mabry Obituary, Death- On Friday, officials from Roswell provided Atlanta News First with information about the passing of William Lee “Pug” Mabry.

On Friday, Mr. Mabry, who had previously held the position of mayor of Roswell at one point in his life, passed away at the age of 95. Mabry was re-elected to the position of Mayor of Roswell for the 34th time during his tenure as Mayor. “Mayor Pug Mabry devoted his life to Roswell and to bettering our City in extraordinary ways,” stated Kurt Wilson, who is the current mayor of Roswell. Wilson is the person in charge of municipal government in Roswell. Wilson is the head of the Roswell municipal government and is responsible for its day-to-day operations.

Because of the legacy of public service and leadership that he leaves behind, we shall be grateful to him for all of eternity. Sandra, Pug’s wife, as well as his family, friends, and everyone else who cared about him and liked him, have my heartfelt regrets. I would also like to send my condolences to anyone else who knew and liked Pug. Everyone who was familiar with Pug and held him in high regard is a part of this group as well.

When Mabry was elected mayor of Roswell in 1966, the city had a population of approximately 3,000 people, as stated by the authorities who worked for the city government of Roswell at the time. The city’s population increased to somewhere in the area of 60,000 people during his time as mayor, which began in 1966 and lasted until 1997. His term as mayor began in 1966 and ended in 1997.

Official comments that were made available to Atlanta News First indicate that a public gathering to celebrate the life of the person who passed away on May 7 at 2:00 p.m. will take place at the Roswell First Baptist Church. This information was provided to Atlanta News First. After the service that will be held at the church, there will be a get-together of close relatives of the family at the cemetery.