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Division 32 seeks donations for family of fallen Brother

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio, May 2 — Suddenly and tragically, a member of the BLET has passed away and left behind a wife and two young children. Brian J. Cadore, age 32, was member of BLET Division 32 (Aurora, Ill.), and the members of his Division are asking BLET members to make a charitable donation to help support his family.

Brother Cadore was a BNSF locomotive engineer who joined the BLET in 2015. According to Division 32 Legislative Representative Rick Leschina, Brother Cadore was a passenger in a vehicle that rolled over in a crash and he was pronounced dead at the scene. Brother Cadore leaves behind his wife Taryn, 8-year-old daughter Madison and 5-year-old son Brian Jr.

Donations to assist Brother Cadore’s family can be made here.

Tuesday, May 02, 2017
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