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S.J. ELLIS

Joined the Government service as a Radio Operator in 1920

Became Radio Inspector in Charge of the Toronto Office in 1924

 

 

Passed Away in a traffic accident in 1952

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Décès dans un accident de la route en 1952

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From NEWS ON THE D.O. T. Aug. 1952

 

It is with regret that we report the untimely death of S.J. Ellis, District Superintendent of Radio, Toronto, who was fatally injured in a traffic accident in Toronto on July 18, and without re-gaining consciousness he passed away on July 26th.


'Sam' as he was known to all of his friends, started his radio career in 1917 as Radio Operator on ships engaged in the International Maritime Mobile Service.

 

In 1920, he joined the Government Service as Radio Operator on East Coast stations where he was very popular with the members of the operating staff.

 

In 1924, he was appointed Radio Inspector in Charge of the Toronto Office, with a number of sub-offices under his jurisdiction.

 

'Sam'" was a devoted friend to all who knew him and he will be greatly missed by his associates and fellow-workers.

 

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S.J. ELLIS

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