Adam Ustik

Adam Ustik

Tuesday, June 20th, 1939 Thursday, May 20th, 2021

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    Royal Oak Burial Park
    4673 Falaise Dr
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Russ Leech

To say that Adam was a man's man, a character, or one of a kind, would indeed be an understatement. He and I had been friends for fifty years and shared many adventures both good and bad. I found him to be quite gruff on the outside but kind, considerate and helpful to those in need. During our tenure in the BC Government, Adam and I fought many battles with the employer, and sometimes got involved with some inside our union. Adam was proud of the many contract advances that he instigated on behalf of BCGEU members. A legacy that has and will continue to enrich the lives of thousands, in the years to come. It was Adam who penned a resolution to the BC Federation of Labour that subsequently led to the change of name of the Second Narrows Bridge to The Iron Workers Memorial Bridge in Vancouver to honour those workers whose lives were lost during it's construction. It was hard for me to see Adam's health deteriorate over the last few years. The hardy and bosterous man I knew and loved as a brother faded into a mere shadow of himself and in the end required aide to do everything. A sad end to a person I consider to have made the world a better place for being here. A man I am proud to have had as a loyal and trusted friend.
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