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Roland C. Peddle

Postmaster and Telegrapher in 1919 for the Government of Newfoundland

Joined the Telecommunications and Electronics Branch

of the Department of Transport (DOT) in 1949

Retired from the Radio Regulations Division

of the Department of Transport (DOT) in 1966

 
 

 

Roland Chesley Peddle, inspector in charge of radio regulations at St. John's, retired January 31, 1966 after more than 47 years of government service in Newfoundland.

 

Mr. Peddle began his career in the Government of Newfoundland with the Department of Posts and Telegraphs in 1919 as a postmaster and telegrapher.

 

In 1943, he was moved to the engineering branch and on Apri11, 1949, he joined the telecommunications and electronics branch of the Department of Transport as an inspector of radio regulations.

 

Eight years later, he was promoted to inspector in charge of the St. John's office, a position he held until his retirement.

 

At a gathering held in his honor, Mr. Peddle was presented with a piece of luggage from his co-workers by C. M. Williams of Moncton, regional superintendent of radio regulations.

 

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