An Icon Of The Gloucester Waterfront Is Retiring After 34 Plus Years- Peter Haskell At Rose’s Marine

There will be an open house at Rose’s to wish Pete well in his retirement Thursday and Friday from 7AM-5PM.
Saying that Rose’s is one of the most integral parts of the Gloucester waterfront and that Pete along with Marty and Frank Rose have been there from the beginning is absolutely without question no exaggeration. Of course Rose’s will continue on just fine when Pete retires but the knowledge base he takes with him is a treasure. I can say from the thirty plus years I’ve walked through those doors, the guys like Rusty, Frank, Frank, Pete and Marty have never once failed to execute and get our business up and running and all with a positive friendly attitude. An icon from the Gloucester waterfront has earned his retirement, best of luck to you Pete, we all wish you the best that life has to offer in retirement!

2 thoughts on “An Icon Of The Gloucester Waterfront Is Retiring After 34 Plus Years- Peter Haskell At Rose’s Marine

  1. Joey, What a great video – it’s heartbreaking to watch this about the loss of industry (Fishing)! We just in the military have what we called the continuity book with numbers and names processes! God Bless you all and thank you for your people skills Peter Haskell and your Team (What a great team)! Hit the heart for sure!! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

    Music for roses:

    [Andy Williams] days of wine and roses (lyrics)

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