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Captain Derek Salmon, CCF Officer

We were saddened to hear of the passing of Derek Salmon in March. Derek was an exemplary and dedicated CCF Officer at Pate's for over thirty years from 1973. Mike Dray writes a fitting tribute to him.
22 Mar 2021
Written by Mike Dray
In Memoriam
Captain Derek Salmon 02/02/1933 - 03/03/2021
Captain Derek Salmon 02/02/1933 - 03/03/2021

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