A Memorial for
June 21, 2014
Westin Bristol Place
950 Dixon Road
Join us on June 21 to celebrate Lynn’s exceptional life and his legacy that will inspire
generations to come. All are welcome.
Please RSVP to Karolina Iron by June 13 at 416-544-5951,firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lynn R.Williams - A Legacy
LynnWilliams was a visionary, a leader and an organizer who moved people to action. Lynn’s conviction
and empathy advanced the fight for justice and dignity in Canada and around the world.
Lynn improved the lives of countless ordinary working people through his relentless campaigning for labour,
political and economic progressive change.
Lynn proved himself a giant of the trade union movement.The first-ever Canadian elected as International
President of the United Steelworkers, he resolutely and skillfully led the union through labour’s toughest
times in post-war North America.
An Officer of the Order of Canada, Lynn was loved by many and respected by all.
Lynn lived by his creed on behalf of the fight for justice: One Day Longer.
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