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Memorable Manitobans: Marcel Pelletier (1922-2012)

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Born at St. Boniface on 22 December 1922, he served for five years in the Canadian Armed Forces during the Second World War, then returned to Winnipeg and received a BA degree from the University of Manitoba in 1951. He taught at Teulon Collegiate, after which a long teaching career in the Winnipeg School Division included appointments as Vice-Principal of Lord Roberts School (1964-1967), and Principal of Norquay School (1967-1970), King Edward School (1970-1973), Earl Grey School (1973-1975), and Kelvin High School (1975). He was then Assistant Superintendent of the Winnipeg School Division and Director of Special Programs before retiring in 1988. He died at Winnipeg on 6 May 2012.


Earl Grey 75th Anniversary Reunion Memory Book. [Earl Grey School]

Obituary, Winnipeg Free Press, 12 May 2012, page 49.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 15 May 2015

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