November 11, 2022
We observe Remembrance Day by honoring all of Canada’s Veterans and remembering all who died in service to their country. Many Canadians wear a red poppy flower to honor their fallen. We express our deepest gratitude to all current and former members of the Canadian Armed Forces and pause to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
We are extremely proud to recognize our Twin Rivers Paper team members and their loved ones who have served. We thank you. We salute you. We honor you. We remember you.
Rene F. Morin – Canadian 22nd Regiment
Rene Morin, Twin Rivers Paper Instrument Technician in Edmundston, remembers his uncle Rene F. Morin who died in service to his country on April 14, 1945, at the young age of 20 years. Rene shared that his uncle “Believed that every man, woman and child should have the right to a good life. He fought for liberty, he died for freedom.”
Robert “Norm” Robbins
Tyler Robbins, Production Supervisor at Plaster Rock, NB, remembers his loved one, Norm Robbins. Norm was a kind loving man who loved to be around his grandchildren and had stories for days to share about his years of service in the Army. Norm served his country with pride and loved his family. He put his family above everything else.
Phillip Peterson – Power Engineer 3rd Class
Phillip served in the Royal Canadian Army for 21 years. As an Infantry soldier, Phillip was part of the Army’s primary combat fighting team and was responsible for engaging the enemy. Phillip was trained to operate anywhere in the world and in any climate. His duties also involved guarding and protecting dignitaries including Princess Anne and Elsie Wayne, the former Mayor of Saint-John. “I was very proud to serve my country all those years,” stated Phillip. “November 11 is a time I remember my fallen soldiers and friends.”
Gilles Levesque – Operator Digester
Gilles served for 30 years in the Army Reserve Infantry.