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Ailwyn Aveling

Joined the Department of Marine and Fisheries as a radio operator in 1925

Retired from the Department of Transport (DOT) as a Radio Inspector in 1960

 

 
 

 

1960 - When "Al" Aveling retired from radio regulations, Hamilton, on November 15, 1960, friends and co-workers gathered to honor him.

 

A desk and purse of money were presented to him, while Mrs. Aveling received a corsage.

 

A native of Peterborough, England, Mr. Aveling joined the Department of Marine and Fisheries as a radio operator in 1925 and was posted, first, to Cape Race, and then to Chebucto Head.

 

In 1927 when the inductive interference section was formed he was appointed a radio inspector in charge of the then new Kitchener field office.

 

Subsequently he was in charge of the London field office for eight years and then went to Hamilton, where he remained until his retirement.

 

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