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Remembering Paul Czuczman

December 2, 2019

It is with great sadness that the Society of United Professionals learned of long-time Bruce Power Local Delegate and Society Chief Returning Officer Paul Czuczman's death following his journey with cancer.

Society President Scott Travers made the following statement:

Paul had been a valued member of our Society family for a very long time. Paul became a Delegate about 20 years ago. During his long tenure he also served as a Society Joint Health and Safety Committee co-chair for 10 years and most recently as the Chief Returning Officer, a position he has held for some 15 years.

Paul was a kind and soft spoken man who always kept a calm head and dealt with issues in a professional manner. His role as CRO was often thankless. He was ill during the last round of elections, but he never mentioned it and always responded to issues related to the election, even when in hospital for treatment.

Paul helped our union and our members so much over the past 20 years, we will miss him deeply. Please keep Paul’s family in your thoughts as they go through this difficult time.

The Society made a contribution to Paul’s chosen cause, Jumpstart, to help children without the means participate in recreational sports activities. To make your own contribution in memory of Paul visit https://jumpstart.canadiantire.ca/pages/donate-funds.


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