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Charles (Charlie) Pescia (1869–1937)

After a serious illness, Mr. Charles Pescia, 67 years, of Mount-street, Kew, died yesterday. Mr. Pescia was an active member of the Coach Makers' Union for 40 years. For the last thirteen years he was secretary of the Victorian branch, and in recent times also filled the office of secretary of the Federal Society of Coach Makers. At varying periods he also served as president of both the federation and the Victorian branch. He leaves a widow, also a son, who is employed as a draftsman in the Lands department.

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'Pescia, Charles (Charlie) (1869–1937)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 25 June 2024.

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  • Pesher, Charles

9 November, 1869
Smythesdale, Victoria, Australia


4 August, 1937 (aged 67)
Kew, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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