Division 660 Meetings
The next Division 660 meeting will be held on June 25th at 10:00.

This meeting is for TCRC Division 660 Bombardier employees of all classifications.

The meeting will be held at Long Branch legion 3850 Lakeshore blvd West.

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  In Memory of Brother Darin Dona LeBlanc

October 1st 2013 | Source: TCRC 660

He was taken from us far too soon...

It is with great sadness and shock that we inform you of the passing of Brother Darin LeBlanc. Darin's good nature & friendship will be sorely missed by all of us who had the good fortune of knowing him. The members of Division 660 would like to extend our sincere condolences to the LeBlanc family. He was taken from us far too soon and we share your loss and pain.

LeBLANC, Darin Dona - was born January 18th, 1972 and died suddenly in Sudbury, Ontario on September 25th, 2013 at age 41. He is survived by his cherished son Ethan, parents Robert and Paulette LeBlanc, sister Jodie (husband James), nephew Henri and niece Hanna, brother Jonathan LeBlanc (friend Nathalie), grandmother Rose Godbout and aunts and uncles Sharon McEwen (predeceased) husband Ian, Diane Faught (husband George), Donald LeBlanc (wife Lorraine), Huguette (husband Jim), Jean-Paul (friend Dallice), Pauline (husband Michel predeceased), friend Jeff, Claire (husband Blaine), Robert, Paulette Engler (husband Wolfe predeceased), many cousins and close friends, and good friend Gabriella. Darin was a Locomotive Engineer who loved his son Ethan, family and friends. He had many good friends who often chided him for his misguided love affair with the Montreal Canadiens. He was an outdoors person, an extremely good hockey player and one who loved sports generally. One of his most memorable occasions was when he arranged for Ethan and himself to travel by train to Montreal to see the Montreal Canadiens play at the Forum. He was a warm and caring person and always said that he wore his heart on his sleeve. For those who knew him, they will remember his infectious smile and warm laughter. When asked to pitch in, the word "no" was not in his vocabulary. He will be lovingly remembered. Resting at the JACKSON AND BARNARD FUNERAL HOME , 233 Larch St., Sudbury (Friends may call 4-8pm Monday and after 12 noon Tuesday). Funeral Service in the R. J. Barnard Chapel Tuesday, October 1st, 2013 at 1pm. Cremation at the Park Lawn Crematorium. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Rock Haven or Canadian Mental Health would be appreciated. To light a memorial candle, flowers, donations or messages of condolences available on-line at