Herbert Pinkowicz was born in Chester, but raised in Aston, Pennsylvania. Herb was a 1973 graduate of Sun Valley High School. He was a caring member of the Aston community. Besides his work with the Aston Beechwood Fire Company, he was also an active member of the Aston Township Lions Club, and faithful worshiper with his daughter at Mt. Hope United Methodist Church. At the time of his passing, he left behind a 3 1/2 year old daughter, Lisa Marie.
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