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Sunday, July 22, 2018
Bob Trevorah shows off his brightly lit home, decorated and ready for Independence Day, on Howertown Road across the street from the former Lincoln School building.PRESS PHOTO BY PAUL CMIL Bob Trevorah shows off his brightly lit home, decorated and ready for Independence Day, on Howertown Road across the street from the former Lincoln School building.PRESS PHOTO BY PAUL CMIL

Catasauqua resident decorates home in red, white and blue

Tuesday, July 3, 2018 by PAUL CMIL Special to The Press in Local News

Trevorah calls his Howertown Road property his ‘little piece of earth’

Bob Trevorah, who served with the Marines and worked as a delivery driver and then ran a bread route, has decorated his house for Independence Day for approximately four years.

Neighbors stop by regularly at his spot on Howertown Road across from the former Lincoln School.

“It’s always decorated this way. I set it up as my little piece of earth when I retired from my bread route,” he said.

“I want to keep it this way,” he said.

Trevorah served as an athletic coach for various local groups but now is content to talk with neighbors.

“I usually have lunch ready for the construction guys when they are around. Otherwise, I entertain the folks who come by to chat. That’s what is so nice about my house and living here,” he said.

He was off to get some blue lights before Independence Day.

“The blue ones seem to burn out the fastest,” he said.