In Memoriam -Brother Herbert R Curbishley

Brother Herbert R Curbishley

It is with regret that the Union must inform the Membership of the passing of Brother Curbishley, a retired lAMAW Toronto Station Attendant. Brother Curbishley passed away on Saturday November 5, 2011.

Friends will be received as follows:

Date: Monday, November 7, 2011

Time: 2:00 to 4:00 pm & 7:00 to . . . → Read More: In Memoriam -Brother Herbert R Curbishley

In Memoriam: Brother Ray Whitlow

Brother Ray Whitlow

It is with regret that the Union must inform the Membership of the sudden passing following a diagnosis of lymphoma and brief illness on Wednesday, November 2, 2011, of Brother Whitlow, a retired lAMAW Toronto Lead Station Attendant and Union Representative.

A celebration of Ray’s life will be held in his memory . . . → Read More: In Memoriam: Brother Ray Whitlow

In Memoriam: Brother Jeffrey Samson

Brother Jeffrey Samson

It is with regret that the Union must inform the Membership of the passing of Brother Jeffrey Samson, an active IAMAW Toronto Station Attendant. Jeff will be missed by those he worked with.

Brother Samson’s friends will be received as follows:

Visitation:

Friday August 26, 2011 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm Jerrett . . . → Read More: In Memoriam: Brother Jeffrey Samson

In Memoriam: Brother John Brodeur

Brother John Brodeur

It is with regret that the Union must inform the Membership of the passing of Brother Brodeur, a retired IAMAW Toronto Station Attendant.

Friends will be received at:

Brampton Memorial Gardens 10061 Chinguacousy Rd (at Bovaird) Brampton ON

905-840-3400

Visitation:

Saturday August 6, 2011 13:00 – 15 :00 19:00 – . . . → Read More: In Memoriam: Brother John Brodeur

In Memoriam: Brother Len Pearson

Brother Len Pearson

It is with regret that the Union must inform the Membership of the passing of Brother Len Pearson, a retired lAMAW Toronto Station Attendant. Brother Pearson will be missed.

Brother Pearson passed away on January 18, 2011.

In keeping with Brother Pearson’s wishes there will no formal visitation or funeral. Condolences to . . . → Read More: In Memoriam: Brother Len Pearson