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Mourners Pay Final Respects to Man Killed in Crash

Funeral for Peter Calvelli was held Tuesday morning in Martinsville.

Mourners Pay Final Respects to Man Killed in Crash Mourners Pay Final Respects to Man Killed in Crash Mourners Pay Final Respects to Man Killed in Crash Mourners Pay Final Respects to Man Killed in Crash

A funeral for the Bridgewater man killed in a motor vehicle accident Wednesday evening was held at Blessed Sacrament Church on Washington Valley Road Tuesday morning.

The funeral for Peter Calvelli, 49, was held at 10 a.m., with a burial following at Cold Springs Cemetery in New York at 1 p.m.

Calvelli was killed last Wednesday when his vehicle was hit head-on by another car driven by Warren resident Lori Weiss on Martinsville Road in Bernards Township.

Calvelli's daughter, Rachel, was a passenger in the vehicle at the time of the accident, and was taken to Morristown Memorial Hospital where she was listed in good condition Tuesday.

Weiss, 44, was charged Thursday with second-degree vehicular homicide and third-degree assault by auto in the incident.

Bernards Township Police on Friday charged Weiss with DWI, reckless driving, driving with an open container of alcohol and faiing to keep right, after further investigation of the Wednesday evening accident.

Viewing hours for Calvelli were held Monday at the Bridgewater Funeral Home.

Calvelli was born in Mount Vernon, New York, and lived in Wappingers Falls, New York, before moving to Bridgewater seven years ago, according to his obituary.

At the time of his death, Calvelli was vice president of IT Finance for Goldman Sachs.

Calvelli is survived by his wife, Martina; children, Daniel Peter Calvelli, Rachel Elisabeth Calvelli and Sarah Anne Calvelli; mother, Angela Calvelli; sisters, Linda Calvelli, and Deb and her husband Gieniu Patora. Calvelli is also survived by eight nieces and nephews, brother and sister-in-laws and other family and friends.

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