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This interactive map reproduces the map produced by my father. It documents the power lines he worked on through image and text. Click on the towers.

11 March 2010

Rest in Peace

On 10 March, Leo di Rocco sent me another emailing notifying me of the passing of another EPT worker. It's fitting, I think, to honour the memory of these workers on the Transmission Lines blog. As relatives and family friends have passed away, I've realised that we lose our connection to the 'old country'. My heartfelt sympathies to the family and friends of Mr Finadri. May he rest in peace.

Hello Linda,

Today we laid to rest Enrico Finadri a pioneer of EPT, after mass was celebrated at the EPT chapel, fitting for a man who thought so much of EPT and the chapel he contributed so much to. He worked with Edison in Italy and then with SAE before coming to Austrtalia early in 1952 with EPT, he started his time at Menai camp where they lived in tents. It would be highly likely that Enrico worked with your Dad as Enrico spent many years working on Transmission lines he lived in Engadine until he was transfered to Marayong and then moved to live in Marayong. He was from the Treviso region of Italy he was 81 years of age and when I used to see him he would also speak highly of EPT..

Hope you are well..

1 comment:

jackey said...

I believe the actual name was Finardi and I actually knew him ( he worked for my father in Marayong )