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Clarence Edward "Pop" Bolduc

Was a radio operator before joining air traffic control in 1940

Retired in 1966

 

 
 

 

1966 - Clarence Edward ("Pop") Bolduc, as he is known on the airways, has retired after serving 26 years in air traffic control.

 

Mr. Bolduc served as a radio operator with the merchant marine and American Airlines, before joining air traffic control services in Montreal in 1940.

 

In 1945, he transferred to the Windsor control tower as senior control officer and served there until his retirement in 1966.

 

At a farewell gathering at the Windsor Flying Club, Mr. Bolduc was presented with a gift from his friends and associates by F. E. Dorey, regional supervisor, air traffic control.

 

The well-known controller says he plans to spend his retirement working on his lifelong hobby, amateur radio.

 

 

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