Opinion Letters

Letters: Steve's two great loves

Steve’s two great loves I had the sad duty and terrible privilege of eulogizing my friend Steve (Uhler) March 24 and I’m still reeling. I believe that Steve had two great loves in life – print journalism and Pembroke. More than a reporter, he was a feature writer, an editor, a local historian. His short-lived column, Steve’s World, he wrote in the

Letters: More reader letters about Steve

Garrison Petawawa extends sympathyWe here at Garrison Petawawa were truly sorry to hear of the loss of Stephen Uhler. Allow me, on behalf of all of us at Garrison Petawawa, to extend my deepest sympathies to the staff at the Pembroke Observer as you struggle through this period of shock and grief.Stephen was a valuable asset to this community and i

Chatham This Week letters to the editor

Readers write in about Steve

Kind, patient – a sense for what was importantWe often miss the ultimate significance of a "new" person in our lives when we meet them. Steve Uhler was like that for me.I lived in Pembroke for just five years, but it is amazing how many times Steve was part of my being there. As a member of the board of Bereaved Families of Ontario - Pembroke, I al

Letters: Stop plowing in my driveway

I relocated from Toronto after picking Pembroke as a place to live. That was 10 years ago.Pembroke is a wonderful place but there’s something Toronto did years ago that I think should be done here.Mel Lastman, who led North York for 25 years and Toronto for another six instructed the city snowplows to not plow your driveway full of snow. (Editor: L

Sharing our story

I would like to express my sincere gratitude, that of my old chums at Chalk River, to you, Daily Observer reporter Stephen Uhler, to Martin Habraken for the excellent article AECL retirees still waiting, that appeared in the Pembroke Daily Observer on Saturday, Nov. 4.

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