CASTELLON, Guillermo Morales, Master Seaman, Sup Tech

Master Seaman (MS) Guillermo Morales Castellon passed away Friday, November 25 from injuries sustained on Monday, November 21, in an industrial accident at 443 Maritime Helicopter Squadron located in Patricia Bay, near Victoria, British Columbia‎.

Master Seaman Guillermo Morales Castellon joined the Army Reserve, 2nd Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, in 1995 and transferred to the Naval Reserve, Her Majesty’s Canadian Ship Donnacona, in 1998.

In 2014, Master Seaman Guillermo Morales Castellon accepted a transfer to the Regular Force where he was posted to CFB Esquimalt Base Logistics.  MS Morales Castellon served as part of the Patricia Bay Supply Team supporting 443 Squadron

 

From Captain (N) Steven Waddell, Base Commander, CFB Esquimalt

“My deepest sympathies go out to the family, friends and colleagues of Master Seaman Guillermo Morales Castellon during this extremely difficult time; we are all saddened by the loss. Personnel from CFB Esquimalt and the Canadian Armed Forces will continue to provide support to his family while they deal with this tragedy.”

 

From the Logistics Service Secretariat

Our thoughts remain with his family and friends as we all remember him for his service to our country, and his passion for the people he shared his life with.

 

A Celebration of Life within the Esquimalt area is being arranged for the New Year, with details to follow. If anyone would like the opportunity to write a message to his loved ones, please send an email to the address below and it will be presented to his family at a later date:

 

Messages – +BLOG ADMIN@BLOG@Esquimalt (BLOGADMIN@intern.mil.ca)


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