Ottawa Journal 13 Mar 1933
Earl O. Empey of Finch Dies North of Eenora Special te The Journal. FINCH. OnU March U. Ear! O. Empey, well-known well-known well-known resident of thla piece, died euddenly while engaged In working on th trans-Canada trans-Canada trans-Canada high way, UQ mile north of Kenora, on Tnursoay last Mr. smpey wa m hi 44th yeer, and hi sudden death will occasion sincere regret among a wkte drcte of rriond. her. Bora In th district, h was aon of Mr. and Mr. Guy Empey, af thl place, and went north only about three month ago to tak a position aa foreman on th highway work. Ha waa for many year aawelated with well-known well-known well-known construction companies la Ontario and Quebec and we at on time euparintendont of Grant Brother Construction Company, of Ottawa. In addition to hi txrant. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Empey of Finch, he leave to mount hi passing hi widow; on daughter, Elva Empey, a nura in training in Cornwall General Hospital! Hospital! on brother. Carman Empey, of Finch, and two slater.' Mra. John Munroa, Montreal, and Mr. Charl Thonwaon. VauoreulL Que. . Th body arrived from Kenora thl afternoon, but funeral arrangement have not, a yet been completed.