For only the third time in Framingham, a funeral procession featured postal trucks.
It was a way for Framingham postal workers to pay tribute to a letter carrier, with more than 30 years service, who died from cancer.
, died Labor Day weekend. He had been battling pancreatic cancer, since retiring from the Framingham Post Office earlier this year. Saletnik, was also a Vietnam veteran, having served in the U.S. Air Force.
About 85 percent of the postal trucks in town participated in the special tribute. There were more trucks in the procession than the 34 years of service Saletnik gave to the post office.
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