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Peter Davies

Started as a Radio Operator in the Department of Marine and Fisheries in 1925

Retired as a Radio Inspector in the Department of Transport (DOT) in 1965

 
 

 

Peter Davies, Inspector of radio regulations at Vancouver, retired in March 1965 after 40 years of government service.

 

Mr. Davies' communications career began when he served with the 4th Canadian Engineers Brigade in France during the First World War.

 

In 1925 he joined the government service as a radio operator and served at several coast stations in British Columbia. In 1930 he helped with the construction of the D.O.T. station at Coppermine and remained there for two years. In 1946 he assumed the duties of radio inspector at Vancouver and remained there until his retirement.

 

Friends and co-workers honored Mr. Davies at a gathering and presented him with an engraved watch and a power sander.

 

An engraved watch and a power sander were presented to Peter Davies prior to his retirement. Admiring the gifts are, left to right: B. S. Harrison, acting regional super­intendent of radio regulations, Vancouver; Mr. Davies; W. A. Caton, controller of radio regulations, Ottawa; and R. A. Cole, regional controller of telecom.

 

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