Bulletin No: 188 | 1 November 2018
TO: ALL UFU MEMBERS
PAYING RESPECTS TO UFU INDUSTRIAL OFFICER GEORGIE KIMMEL
As members are aware UFU Industrial Officer, Georgie Kimmel, passed away recently and her funeral will take place tomorrow, Friday 2 November 2018.
Those who had any involvement with Georgie be they colleagues, union members or employer representatives have remembered Georgie as a fierce advocate for workers’ rights with meticulous attention to detail and persistence to achieve outcomes.
In recognition of Georgie’s work not only for UFU members but in the union movement more broadly, a large union presence will be in attendance to pay respects to Georgie. To help show our respects, UFU members have been invited to undertake some formalities during the service, and will also be forming a Guard of Honour for the departure of the Hearse.
To mark Georgie’s passing, UFU respectfully encourages members to attend this important occasion and also to participate in forming the Guard of Honour to ensure a fitting demonstration of the regard in which Georgie is held by our union.
Those who wish to partake in the guard of honour are respectfully asked to wear station wear including: straight-leg pants, long-sleeved shirt and peak cap.
UFU pins will be available at the venue.
Honouring Georgie Kimmel
Friday 2 November 2018
Service at 10:00am at Tuckers Chapel, Barrabool Hills Centre, 4-32 Province Boulevard, Highton
Wake from 12:00pm at Geelong Trades Hall, 127 Myers St, Geelong.
Refreshments will be provided throughout the afternoon.
Information regarding the funeral service will be posted on this site: https://www.tuckers.com.au/funeral-notices/notice/kimmel-georgie
Members are reminded that for support, they may contact UFU Welfare Officer Ross Fusca confidentially on 0427 884 456 or at email@example.com
For further information regarding the funeral arrangements you are welcome to contact Gina Moore on 0488 900 661 or Laura Campanaro on 0427 734 064.
Strength in Unity
READ OUT AT MUSTER AND PIN ON NOTICE BOARD
Authorised by Peter Marshall, Branch Secretary