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Charles E. Rose

Started in 1918 - Retired in 1960

 
 

 

1960 - Charlie Rose Retires After "A Job Well Done"

 

Associates of Charles E. Rose of the Ottawa aeradio station gathered at the Ottawa airport terminal building recently to wish him well at his retirement after almost 42 years of continuous service. Harold Stinson, on the eve of retirement himself, presented Mr. Rose with a flight bag.

 

Before joining the Ottawa aeradio station, Charlie Rose was in charge of the Ottawa short wave receiving station after serving on the east coast and in the Hudson Bay and Straits area.

 

The regional director, air services, Toronto, wrote in a letter to Mr. Rose:  "I have been told of the very high esteem in which you are held by literally hundreds of fellow-workers in the tele­communications and electronics branch because of your well known skill as a radio operator and the conscientiousness with which your duties have always been carried out.

 

"On behalf of the department may I express deep appreciation for your fine services and express the hope that the future years will bring you an abundant measure of happiness and fond memories of a job well done."

 

The day after the little ceremony at the airport friends and colleagues at the No. 3 temporary building presented Mr. Rose with a purse of money accompanied by warmest wishes for his future well-being.

 

In the photo, Charles E. Rose, right, of the Ottawa Aeradio Station is seen accepting a flight bag on the eve of his retirement after 42 years of service with the department. Making the presentation is Harold Stinson who is also retiring after many years of service.

 

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