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Bill Gallo, Jr.

Bill Gallo, veteran reporter, dies

By David Wildstein, December 26 2018 2:08 pm

Bill Gallo, Jr., a respected and popular South Jersey journalist, has passed away.  He was 59.

Gallo had been a longtime reporter from the South Jersey Times, covering Gloucester and Salem counties.  He had been the managing editor of Today’s Sunbeam, the Salem County daily newspaper, and had written for the Gloucester County Times.

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6 thoughts on “Bill Gallo, veteran reporter, dies

  1. I am so sorry to read this! He was a fine journalist and a fine person—he succeeded
    my father Tom Bowen has editor of Salem County’s newspaper Today’s Sunbeam, and
    he always did and outstanding job.

    1. So sorry to hear about Bill what a wonderful person he was and a great journalist. Family used to own the old Woodbury Times that’s NJ.com now

  2. So sorry to hear about Bill what a wonderful person he was and a great journalist. Family used to own the old Woodbury Times that’s NJ.com now

  3. Very very sorry to hear this – tremendous writer and editor – Lee Samuels, Pennsville NJ – now living in Las Vegas

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