The Lodge 764 Retirees Association was established in March 1994 to provide a safe and friendly meeting place for retired IAM Lodge 764 members.
Items of interest to be discussed are Pensions, Social Events, News of ill or deceased Retirees and any business of benefit to active Lodge 764 Members.
To view the Minutes of the first meeting go to Retiree Meeting Minutes1.pdf  &  Retiree Meeting Minutes2.pdf .

WHATS NEW (previous updates can be viewed here, on a separate page)

  • Sept 14, 2023:- Obituary for David Roy Gooch added to Retiree Obituary Page
  • Sept 10, 2023:- Retiree Meeting Minutes for Sept 06, 2023 added.
  • July 02, 2023:- Obituary for Doriano Domitri – CAT1 Engineer added to Retiree Obituary Page
  • June 11, 2023:- Obituary for Andrew Craig Norton added to Retiree Obituary Page and June o7 Retiree Meeting Minutes added
  • May 20, 2023:- Obituary for Derrick Irving Gorrill added to Retiree Obituary Page
  • May 07, 2023:- May 03, 2023 meeting minutes added to this page, see below
  • April 30, 2023:- A note about Rodney Robinson passing added to Retiree Obituary Page
  • April 21, 2023:- James (Jim) Walters and Lyal (Lyle) Fahlahan passing mentioned at April 5, Retiree Meeting and Retiree
  • April 15:- 2023 meeting minutes added to Retiree and retiree Obituary Page
  • April 14, 2023:- Obituary for Bob Reynolds added to Retiree Obituary page
  • Mar 14, 2023:- March meeting minutes and a list of retirees who won the 10 ticket Pin Party Draw
  • Mar 03, 2023:- Obituary for Claude Joseph Fournier (Cat. 38) added and note about Roy Stayner (Cat. 38) passing.
  • Feb 26, 2023:- note added to meeting calendar about the April Pin Party tickets
  • Feb 12, 2023:- Meeting minutes for Feb 1, 2023 Retiree Meeting added
  • Jan 28, 2023:- Obituary for Michael Tomlinson (note only) and Reginald ( Reg ) Layden Obituary added to Retiree Obituary page
  • Jan 16, 2023:- Obituary for Leslie James Syvret added to Retiree Obituary page
  • Jan 05, 2023:- Obituary for Christopher Joseph Wagoner added to Retiree Obituary page
  • Dec 31, 2022:- January 4, 2023 Retiree Meeting CANCELLED
  • Nov 23, 2022:- Retiree Membership New & Renewal Application form updated and Ronald John Van den Kerkhof added to Retiree Obituary page
  • Oct 23, 2022:- A note about Darren Grant & David Pollard who are mentioned in the October 2022 IAM764 Snag Sheet “In Memoriam”
  • Oct 13, 2022:- Oct 5 Retiree meeting updated in meeting schedule below.
  • Sept 29, 2022:- Obituary for Gunnar (Gunni) Tryggvason added to Retiree Obituary Page
  • Sept 28, 2022:- Obituary for David Cooper added to Retiree Obituary Page
  • Sept 09, 2022:- Obituary for Douglas Dimitrich Dolmans and Bruce Bell added to Retiree Obituary Page
  • Sept 1, 2022:- Sept 7 Retiree meeting updated in meeting schedule below.
  • Aug 25, 2022:- Obituary for James “Jim” Robert Austin added to IAM 764 Retiree Obituary page
  • Aug 4, 2022:- Obituary for Ronald (Ron) Leslie Dahl added to IAM 764 Retiree Obituary page
  • Aug 1, 2022:- Obituary for Douglas Russell Porter added to IAM 764 Retiree Obituary page
  • July 5, 2022:- A note in the IAM764 Retiree Page: Mike Ledere & Mark Graham mentioned in the IAM 764 Snag Sheet – June 2022 – IN MEMORIAM
  • June 05, 2022:- June 01, 2022 Meeting Minutes & Barbecue added to this page
  • May 27, 2022:- A note about Richard Bartel passing away on Monday 23. He was a currently active Cargo Station Attendant, added to retiree Obituary page (Monday May 30 at 1pm at Faith Fellowship Baptist Church 2551 E 49th Ave, Vancouver)
  • May 19, 2022:- Retiree “New or Renewal” downloadable Membership application form updated for 2022 (see below)
  • April 30, 2022:- A note about the passing of Gillian & George Gordon Tate added to Retiree Obituary Page.
  • April 25, 2022:- Obituary for Arthur Orville Ehnes added to Retiree Obituary Page.
  • April 08, 2022:- Obituary for Martin S Nagelkop added to Retiree Obituary Page.
  • April 01, 2022:- April 06, 2022 meeting update.  As per current Covid-19 & its omicron variant, masking is not mandatory but strongly recommended (another wave of COVID on the way). The need for vaccine checks is still on until April 8., (Vaccine proof required) along with the usual protocols for meeting attendance (sign-in contact and temperature testing).
  • Feb 21, 2022:- The IAM Retiree Association Monthly Meetings are to resume starting April 06, 2022 at the regular time.
  • Feb 19, 2022:- Obituary for Trish Mardon added to Retiree Obituary Page.
  • Jan 20, 2022:- Obituary for  Erwin Rosenow added to Retiree Obituary Page, also a mention of Walter Greene and KJ Lee


Our meetings are held at Lodge 764 meeting room, on the 1st Wednesday of every month except July and August, at 10:00 am; coffee and donuts at 9:30 am. Address:- 7980 River Road, Richmond, BC.  Tel (604) 273-9668.



It was indicated at a recent Retiree meeting that an email sent to members to remind them of the next meeting would be useful, so the email address of members who included their address on the Membership application / renewal form was added to the IAM 764 Retiree mail list. There is a provision in the email to Unsubscribe, if you do not wish to receive further emails from the IAM 764 Retiree Association

The email notice of meeting would be sent out 2 or 3 days before the monthly meeting day.
There may be other emails if deemed necessary by the Retiree Executive Board, such as event notices.

If you are currently NOT receiving the newsletter or wish to receive a monthly meeting reminder, you may subscribe to the newsletter by clicking this link:- Meeting Reminder Subscription

                              Cell# 778-551-6881--
                              Cell# ???-???-????
Recording Secretary-Alan 
                              Cell# 604-551-0740    
Financial Secretary-Shawn 
                              Cell# 604-880-2003
Conductor/Sentinel--Beth Brawn------604-276-2087--(no email)
Trustee-------------Ishan Malik-----???-???-????
Trustee-------------Ken Kowalski----778
Pension cmte.---------Chris
Pension Adviser-------Vacant----------???-???-????--(no email)
50-50 Draw------------Vacant----------???-???-????--(no email)
Social cmte.----------Vacant----------???-???-????--(no email)
Social cmte.----------Claudius
Social cmte.Chair ----Vacant----------???-???-????--(no email)
                                Cell# ???-???-????
Flight Benefits cmte.-Vacant----------???-???-????--(no email)
Food Bank Donations---Vacant----------???-???-????--(no email)
Computer Help---------Vacant----------???-???-????--(no email)
Sick & Visiting-------Vacant----------???-???-????--(no email)
Interline Adviser-----Vacant----------???-???-????--(no email)
Costco Representative-Vacant----------???-???-????--(no email)
Legislative cmte.-----Vacant----------???-???-????--(no email)
Retiree Webmaster-----Bob
MTU Pension cmte.-----Shaun
                                Cell# 604-880-2003--
History Cmte Chair----David
Building Cmte Chair---David


The annual (calendar year) fee for dues is $5.00. Please make cheque payable to “FST Retirees Local Lodge 764”
Pay at January meeting or Mail to:-

Financial Secretary Treasurer, Retirees
7980 River Road,
Richmond, BC
V6X 1X7

A downloadable Membership application form is available in PDF format, year 2023 click Membership Application Form
View & print using free software. If you do not have it installed on your computer, go to the Adobe Website & download —  Adobe Acrobat Reader

RETIREES: According to the IAM Constitution



Dues for Retired Members

SECTION 1. Members who have retired from active employment, either with or without pension, may be issued a retirement card at a cost of $10.00 at the time of retirement. Such retirement card shall cover all succeeding years providing the holders of such cards report to their L.L. annually, not later than March 1 of each year, advising the L.L. of their current mailing address. Failure to report by March 1 of each year will cause recall of their retirement card. L.Ls. shall have the option to use their own reasonable method of advising retirees of this reporting requirement.

Full text may be seen at


  • January 4, 2023:- 10:00 A.M. meeting is CANCELLED 
  • February 1, 2023:- 10:00 A.M. meeting —  Coffee and doughnuts will be there as usual.
  • Update March 1, 2023:- 10:00 A.M. meeting —  Coffee and doughnuts will be there as usual. Sister Sharpe, Social Committee Chair LL764 has provided ten (10) tickets to the upcoming LL764 Pin Party in April.
    It will be at the Hazelmere Golf Course in Surrey. Saturday, April 29th, 2023 from, 11:00 to 1430
    Retired members wishing to be included in the ticket draw for this event must be present at the meeting so their name goes in the hat.
  • April 5, 2023:- 10:00 A.M. meeting —  Coffee and doughnuts will be there as usual.
  • May 3, 2023:- 10:00 A.M. Meeting — Audit Report–  Coffee and doughnuts will be there as usual.
  • June 7, 2023:- 10:00 A.M. Meeting — the last retirees meeting before the summer break is June 1st . We will have a short meeting and then the BBQ like usual. We’ll have coffee at the meeting and a choice of Burgers, smokies , chips, pop and water at the BBQ. The members wanted to hold the BBQ by popular demand.
  • July 5, 2023:-  meeting cancelled (normal cancellation due to vacations etc)
  • August 2, 2023:- meeting cancelled (normal cancellation due to vacations etc)
  • September 6, 2023:- 10:00 A.M. Meeting–  Coffee and doughnuts will be there as usual.
  • October 4, 2023:- 10:00 A.M. Meeting — Christmas Party Handout–  Coffee and doughnuts will be there as usual.
  • November 1, 2023:- 10:00 A.M. (nominations for Executive and Voting)–  Coffee and doughnuts will be there as usual.
  • November 12, 2023:- Registering for Christmas Party deadline
  • December 6, 2023:- Christmas Party Decorating – 10:00 A.M. 
  • December 6, 2023:- meeting Cancelled for Christmas Party Luncheon
  • December 13, 2023:- Christmas Party Luncheon – 11:00 A.M.





  • nothing as of Dec 2021


  • There is a parking restriction on River Road. 2 hour parking is permitted, but more than that a permit is required. (Jan 5, 2011))


  • From:- International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers July 27, 2015
    Subj: Identify IAMAW Veterans in workforce
    The Retirees, Community and Membership Services Department has added the Veterans
    Service Program to the Department. This program will provide assistance to its military
    members, active and retired, in our workforce. Establishing this program requires the department
    to identify these servicemen/women.(added to this Webpage Sept 2, 2015
    Go to PDF Document:-  Military Service Info Sheet for IAM & Form.pdf for more details
  • The BC Crime Prevention Association — is an integrated team of citizens and police, dedicated to preventing crime. They provide on-going province-wide education and awareness through our community partnerships
  • BC HealthGuide Program Call toll-free in BC 1-800-465-4911, or e-mail your name and address to
  • The Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of BC (Crisis Centre) is a non-profit, volunteer organization committed to helping people help themselves and others deal with crisis.
  • The homepage of the Provincial Emergency Program (PEP) of the Province of British Columbia —
  • The Canadian Anti-fraud Call Centre – Fraud. Recognize It. Report It. Stop It. (updated Jan 12, 2011)
  • Public Guardian and Trustee of British Columbia The Public Guardian and Trustee of British Columbia operates under provincial law to protect the legal rights and financial interests of children, to provide assistance to adults who need support for financial and personal decision making, and to administer the estates of deceased and missing persons where there is no one else able to do so.
  • Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Mental Health **
    Mental health is not only the avoidance of serious mental illness. Your mental health is affected by numerous factors from your daily life, including the stress of balancing work & Retirement with your health and relationships. In this section you will find resources to help you stay mentally fit and healthy.
  • B.C. Coalition to Eliminate Abuse of Seniors
  • The Consumers’ Association of Canada (CAC), founded in 1947, is an independent, not-for-profit, volunteer-based, charitable organization. Our mandate is to inform and educate consumers on marketplace issues, to advocate for consumers with government and industry, and work with government and industry to solve marketplace problems.
  • HealthLink BC Senior’s Health
  • Seniors Gateway to Legal Information & Resources  (very good)
  • A handy collection of links to information on retirement living and retirement homes in BC.
  • Are you a Snowbird (definition:-Slang. One who moves from a cold to a warm place in the winter.) , if so check this out:- This site is designed to help Canadians maximize their enjoyment of the Snowbird lifestyle and minimize the risks, when living part-time in the U.S., Mexico, and other countries.
  • Canadian Business Directory, HotFrog – Senior Care Listing on hotfrog:-
  • Consumer Protection BC is a not-for-profit corporation that protects consumers and encourages a fair marketplace in British Columbia
  • Pacific Blue Cross has been British Columbia’s leading benefits provider for over 70 years. Our comprehensive understanding of health care needs fuels our commitment to service.
    Together with BC Life, our subsidiary, we provide health, dental, life, disability and travel coverage for approx 1.5 million British Columbians through employee group plans and through individual plans for those who do not have coverage with their employer.
  • Nurse Next Door is a leading senior care company offering a wide range of elderly home health care services including companionship, personal care, home management and more (added Jan 31, 2011)
  • Elder Care Resources (some info from Vancouver Sun Article page C3, by James Kwantes, Feb 25, 2011)
    Diamond Geriatrics: is a professional service for caregivers, the elderly, senior woman in elder care and business. We provide geriatric care management, counseling, education, seminars, and consultation on eldercare and aging issues.
    Diamond Geriatrics, Inc. 288 West 8th Ave,. Vancouver, Canada V5Y 1N5
    Tel: 604-874-7764 Fax: 604-874-7725
  • Changing Places: Moving in Vancouver? Aging in place? Let Changing Places take care of the details.Changing Places  is a moving services company in Vancouver and Victoria, B.C. We specialize in helping clients – particularly seniors – cope with the stress of moving by taking care of details
  • Good Riddance:  provides solution based organizing and consulting services. We can help you to save time and money and become more effective and organized.
  • Home to Home:  is a seniors advisory and assistance business based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Our goal is to enable smooth transitions into senior living for our clients, concerning all matters to do with their living environment.
  • With Care Home Transition Services:
    * transition planning
    * assistance with sorting personal and household items
    * packing and unpacking
    * organization of in-home or off-site storage
    * distribution of items to charitable organizations, thrift stores, shelters
    * meeting with auctioneers
    * arranging for appraisals
    * coordinating with movers, cleaners
    * conducting garage and estate sales
    * disposal of items such as old paint
    * delivery of bequests
  • Eldidesign: Estate Liquidation  Preparation for an estate sale, downsizing, or moving to a care facility can be overwhelming, especially when other family members live in different part of the country, or even abroad. They might not have the time or ability to assist their elderly loved-ones with the transition, or to deal with the daunting task of liquidating their family estate.
    It takes a full team of professionals to deal with every aspect of Estate Liquidation: home organizers, packers, cleaners, movers, certified appraiser (art and valuables), interior designer, home stager, landscapers and various contractors or handymen.
    To make a hard time easier for you, we will disperse all personal possessions and revamp any dated, run-down, cluttered property in preparation for sale or rental.
  • Elderpost:  is a website where:-
    1. Caregivers and older people can:
    **find free services and support
    **find free or used equipment
    **give away or sell equipment that they don’t need anymore
    **find private caregivers for hire
    **find companies which sell what you may need
    **find agencies which specialize in providing people to hire
    **find information and organizations which they need as they go through a care giving and aging journey.
    2. People who want to work with older people and their caregivers can find the opportunities to do so, without a placement fee, or having to go through an agency which will take something off the top.
    3. Companies, non profit organizations, agencies and governments can post information about themselves and the services and goods they provide.
  • Greater Vancouver Regional District Publication:- 101 things to do with your old stuff
  • Disability discount, ICBC If you have been approved for a fuel tax refund under the B.C. government Fuel Tax Refund Program for Persons with Disabilitiesexternal link, then you may also qualify for a 25 per cent discount on your Basic Autoplan—even if you don’t drive the vehicle you’re insuring. (added March 2, 2011)
  • Fuel Tax Refund
    Persons with certain disabilities, including those who receive assistance under the Employment and Assistance for Persons with Disabilities Act, are eligible for a motor fuel tax refund on the fuel used in their vehicles. (added March 2, 2011)
  • The Government of Canada Information and Services for Seniors   (added Dec 11, 2011)
  • The Canadian Centre for Elder Law (“CCEL”) is a national, non-profit body dedicated to exploring the particular legal issues which affect older Canadians. (added May 10, 2012)
  • BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support BC CEAS | Older adults in BC can live with dignity safe from abuse of any kind BC CEAS is a community based, non-profit organization incorporated as a society in 1994 as the BC Coalition to Eliminate Abuse of Seniors. Following an extensive needs assessment to establish the first Elder Law Clinic in B.C, we changed our name in 2008 to the BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support. (added May 10, 2012)
  • Office of the Assisted Living Registrar British Columbia is the first province in Canada to regulate assisted living residences. An Assisted Living Registrar protects the health and safety of seniors and people with disabilities who live in publicly subsidized and private-pay assisted living residences. (added May 10, 2012)
  •  Home and Community Care (HCC) services include Assisted Living, Home Support and Choice in Supports for Independent Living, Residential Care and Hospice Palliative End-of-Life Care, as well as Home Care Nursing and Community Rehabilitation, Adult Day Centres and Case Management Services” (added May 10, 2012)
  • RCMP in B.C. Detachment Contact Information (Feb 6, 2013)
  • Surrey Block Watch Program (Feb 6, 2013)
  • Richmond, BC, Blockwatch Program  (Feb 6, 2013)
  • Vancouver City, BC Blockwatch Program  (Feb 6, 2013)
  • The Delta, BC Community Police Station (CoPS) program is a policing initiative first introduced to North Delta and Ladner in May 1992. In July 1994 the Tsawwassen CoPS office was added to the program.  (Feb 6, 2013)
  • The Block Watch Society Block Watch Program  (Feb 6, 2013)
  • The BC Federation of Retired Union Members – BC FORUM – serving the needs of both retired and active union members over the age of 50 throughout British Columbia. “Welcome to the BC FORUM website. Our organization allows retired and active union members over the age of 50 an opportunity to renew your social network of union members and realize savings in programs, services and products only possible through group negotiation”.   ( Nov 6, 2013)
  • Consulting & Benefits Services Ltd   ( Nov 6, 2013)


  • is the leading Canadian Internet portal for Zoomers — the 14.5 million Canadians who are 45+. along with its affiliate web site, , is also the online home of CARP, Canada’s largest association for the 45+, with more than 350,000 members.-, Various CARP Chapters are at:-
  • Council of Canadians, founded in 1985, the Council of Canadians is Canada’s largest citizens’ organization, with members and chapters across the country. We work to protect Canadian independence by promoting progressive policies on fair trade, clean water, safe food, public health care, and other issues of social and economic concern to Canadians. We develop creative campaigns to put some of the country’s most important issues into the spotlight. We organize speaking tours, days of action, conferences and demonstrations. We also produce research reports, create popular materials, and work with individuals and organizations across the country and around the world. We do all of this to ensure that governments know the kind of Canada we want. Website —
  • COSCO (Council of Senior Citizens’ Organizations of BC)
    Our Retiree Association has members who attend the regular Meetings ( 2nd Friday of the month ) If any member wishes to provide information or submit questions for our delegates to put forward at the COSCO meeting, do so at the monthly meeting, as volunteers change. (updated Jan 12, 2011).

ACTIVISM – Various Issues

  • BC Health Coalition   What they Do
    The goals of the BC Health Coalition are to encourage activism on health care, raise public awareness, develop constituencies around our campaigns, build unity through campaigns, and solicit participation in BC Health Coalition activities. (Oct 27, 2011)


  • Go to the LINKS Page on the Lodge 764 Home page for a list of useful Websites
  • Air Canada Pionairs —  its members are retirees of Air Canada, Canadian Airlines International and its constituent airlines. Associate Members shall be limited to ex-AC/CDN and associated Airlines’ employees who terminated their employment in good standing, who have been nominated in writing by a member and accepted by the Executive Board.
  • Pacific Western Airlines Employee Alumni Website. This website is created and managed by the former employees of Pacific Western Airlines. The target audience is that membership (March 4, 2008)
  • The ‘NetLetter’ is not afiliated or operated by the Pionairs or Air Canada, although many people think this is the case. It is operated as part of the ACFamily Network which is a not-for-profit association for Air Canada employees and retirees.
  • Air Canada has made changes to Employee Services Contact Information
    Air Canada’s Personnel, Human Resources and Pension and Estates office functions have been outsourced to Hewitt and Associates. These services include, but are not limited to, Address Changes, Pension Questions, Medical and Benefit Questions, Name Changes, Death Advice, and Marital Status Changes. More details are available from information extracted from a Pionairs Email sent out March 19, 2011.
    See PDF:-  Air Canada Contact Info-March 24, 2011.pdf  (March 24, 2011)


  • Link to Pension page on IAM764 website
  • The Air Canada Pension Branch Winnipeg no longer exists. All pension inquiries are now handled by Hewitt Services.The contact is 1-877-645-5000 or (April 14/06)
  • AC Pension Rep:- Bro. Kevin Cox (2008), Ex-CAIL Pension Rep:-  Bro. C Hiscock, (2008), Verne Cameron (Retiree Rep), MTU Pension Rep:-Bro. Ray Stec (2008), United Airlines:- TBD, Pension Committee Chair:- TBD    Contact Information is listed on the LL764 Website
  • MTU PENSION PLAN The MTU Pension plan (Province of B.C.) (April 2, 2010)
    The Financial Institutions Commission of British Columbia (“FICOM”) administers and enforces the Pension Benefits Standards Act (the “PBSA”). The PBSA governs employment pension plans that have members in British Columbia. The chief administrative officer responsible for administration and enforcement of the PBSA is the Superintendent of Pensions.
    This is the FICOM Website:-
    MTU Canada Website:-
    The MTU Retiree contact person is Retiree Shaun McCracken, Email:- , Telephone:- 604-535-4410 (April 5, 2011)



  • Retired but Bored: How Should I Spend My Time?
  • Retirement Advice Online, Your E-Learning & Resource Center:  (note:- mostly USA resources, but there may be ideas that can be achieved in Canada)
  • Volunteering your time
    ** Volunteer BC is a provincial association of volunteer centres, provincial voluntary organizations and individuals working together to strengthen the growth and development of voluntary action in British Columbia. Currently, there are over 30 volunteer centres in British Columbia, with several others in the development stage. These centres play a key role in promoting and supporting effective volunteering in our communities. Volunteer centres work with a broad range of organizations across the voluntary sector including human and social services, health care, education, arts, sports and recreation. They provide recruitment, referral and support services to these organizations, disseminate information on volunteer management and programming, provide training for volunteers and managers of volunteers, and advocate on issues related to volunteerism and volunteer programs.
    ** GOVOLUNTEER This innovative and user-friendly online database connects community volunteers to local not-for-profit organizations. Volunteers easily find the roles that suit their interests, expertise and time. Organizations increase their ability to find volunteers.
    ** connects volunteers seeking short-term volunteer opportunities at events. Free and easy to use,™ was created to increase access to volunteer opportunities and celebrate the spirit of volunteerism.


  • Equifax Canada – Consumer Information Centre If you would like to obtain a copy of your credit report immediately, for a fee, you can receive real-time on-line access to your personal credit report, credit score and a full explanation of your score and how lenders view your credit history. Simply log on to Equifax Consumer Services Canada at .To obtain a free copy of your credit report by mail, go to Your Credit Report and download the credit report request form.
  • TransUnion credit report, A free copy is available
  • Better Business Bureau (BBB) is an unbiased organization that sets and upholds high standards for fair and honest business behavior. Businesses that earn BBB accredited business status contractually agree and adhere to the organization’s high standards of ethical business behaviour. BBB provides objective advice, free business Reliability Reports and charity Wise Giving Reports, and educational information on topics affecting marketplace trust. To further promote trust, BBB also offers complaint and dispute resolution support for consumers and businesses when there is difference in viewpoints. The first BBB was founded in 1912. Today, 128 BBBs serve communities across the U.S. and Canada, evaluating and monitoring more than 3 million local and national businesses and charities.
    For Consumers


  • Boeing Museum of Flight Experience flight as you never have before. Step into the Personal Courage Wing and experience stories of courage as told through a collection of 28 fighter aircraft—in a setting that will simply amaze you. In the steel and glass Great Gallery, the history of aviation soars past, with dozens of full-size aircraft flying in formation six stories above. Sit in the cockpit of a real SR-71 Blackbird or F/A-18 Hornet. Board America’s first presidential jet—Air Force One. Climb aboard the sleek Concorde. Step back 95 years in the magnificently restored Red Barn®, birthplace of The Boeing Company. From hands-on kid’s workshops, to fly-ins, to interaction with the people who made aviation history, The Museum of Flight has something to offer every member of your family or group. Come experience the story of flight from the dawn of aviation to the Space Age.
    Mailing Address:
    The Museum of Flight
    9404 East Marginal Way South
    Seattle, WA 98108-4097
    Phone: 206-764-5720
    Fax: 206-764-5707
  • Canadian Museum of Flight and Transportation
    Hangar 3, 5333 – 216th Street,
    Phone: (604) 532-0035
  • The British Columbia Aviation Museum
    1910 Norseman Road, Sidney, British Columbia,Canada, V8L 5V5
    Phone: (250) 655 3300
  • Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour. The 73,000-square-foot Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour is going to be one of Western Washington’s attractions you just can’t miss. It offers the only Public tour of a commercial jet assembly plant in North America.E-mail:
    Phone: 425-438-8100
    Toll-free: 888-467-4777 — business office
    Toll-free: 1-800-464-1476 — for reservations and information
    Fax: 425-265-9808
  • Comox Air Force Museum
    19 Wing Comox
    Box 1000, Stn. Forces,
    Lazo, BC V0R 2K0
    Museum email:
    Y2K Spitfire Project email:
    Phone: 250-339-8162
    Fax: 250-339-8162
  • Aviation Museum locator A website listing Aviation Museums in North America.
  • A Website Dedicated to the People and History of Pacific Western Airlines  (Feb 6, 2013)


RECENT OBITUARIES,  Information has been moved to separate page at http://
For a complete list of names of deceased AC employees, log onto your Air Canada Aeronet account at  and in the Table of Contents on the left side of the page select Employee Milestones & then “In Memorium”
Also check out the PWA Reunion Website:-


Retirees Website Representative:-
Bob Daniel
Ph# 604-946-0614