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Former NAFA President Passes Away at the Age of 93

July 24, 2009

In Memoriam:

Donald Callum, 1916-2009

ONTARIO - Donald Callum, NAFA president from 1973-1975, passed away February 10 at York Central Hospital, Richmond Hill, according to the Toronto Star. He was 93.

Callum was the first Canadian to serve as NAFA president, according to NAFA Fleet Management Association. He was also a Distinguished Service Award Recipient.

Callum was married to Virginia Callum and has three daughters: Carolyn Ann McKinnon, Janet Mary Callum, and Margaret Lois Callum.

He resided in Thornhill, Ontario. A memorial service was scheduled to take place May 9.


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