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Belco to commemorate workers who died in service

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Belco is to commemorate employees who lost their lives while working at the company in celebration of Safety and Health at Work Day tomorrow.

The employees who lost their lives in service to the company are as follows: James Trice Earl who died on October 28, 1928; Kenneth Packwood – June 9, 1930; Edward Hall – May 28, 1931; Francis Edward Britton – August 18, 1931; George Edmund Isaac – June 24, 1932; E Brewster – December 4, 1933; Wm. Henry Thorne – October 21, 1938; Manuel Moniz – November 23, 1938; Manuel DeMoura – June 28, 1939; Philip Ray Correia – August 27, 1941; Ernest James Dowling – September 9, 1941; Orion B. Hall – August 15, 1942; Geoffrey Eugene Frith – May 15, 1943; Frank Hassell – October 20, 1947; Robert Henry Ottley – March 21, 1955; Ralf E. Millet – February 9, 1970; Malik Blyden – July 28, 2003.

The event will take place at 9am at the Belco Memorial on the grass verge adjacent to the western car park.

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Published July 14, 2021 at 7:50 am (Updated July 13, 2021 at 5:32 pm)

Belco to commemorate workers who died in service

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