Westies thank Pedre Contractors

The Royal Westminster Regiment would like to extend its extreme gratitude to Pedre Contractors out of Aldergrove

Editor:

The Royal Westminster Regiment would like to extend its extreme gratitude to Pedre Contractors out of Aldergrove and to its employees for the donation of time, experience and materials towards the installation of a World War 2 relic at the Queens Armory in New Westminster.

Foreman Robert Bertolini, together with Ian Lalley, Jordan Noble and Mitch Bartel, stepped up on their own accord during a work week in mid-May to offer thousands of dollars of expertise, equipment and materials so that the Royal Westminster Regiment could install a World War 2 troop carrier in time for the Melfa anniversary; an anniversary in which the regiment hosts and celebrates the accomplishments and veterans of the Regiment in World War 2.

Without their generous aid there is no doubt the project would not have been completed in time. From Commanding Officer Lieutenant Colonel Vernon and all the rest of the Westies we extend our extreme gratitude to these fine men and Pedre Contractors.

PAO, Devin Klassen, The Royal Westminster Regiment

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