Mr. James Caddell 1973 – 2005 In collaboration with the wishes of James’s wife Tara Newell and his family, a special fund has been set up in memory of James love for underprivileged children and education. It is called the James Caddell Memorial Scholarship for Orphans. Funds collected for this purpose will be used to […]
James Lawrence Caddell, selfless CMAT volunteer, died on October 16, 2005 in Tupiza, a small town in Bolivia. James was only 32 and died of pulmonary edema caused by altitude sickness. The memorial service will be held in Ottawa on November 5, 2005. He and his wife Tara Newell had been travelling in Bolivia as […]
Former Canadian Forces peacekeeper with a taste for adventure who did a tour of duty in Bosnia and performed tsunami-relief work in India was overcome by altitude sickness in Bolivia, writes Sandra Martin. Globe and Mail By Sandra Martin, Saturday, October 22, 2005, Page S9 A year ago last September, James Caddell and his wife, Tara Newell, left their government […]
CADDELL, James Lawrence B.A. (McGill), M.A. (Royal Military College) (March 16, 1973-October 16, 2005). Tragically, in Tupiza, Bolivia. Beloved husband of Tara NEWELL of London. Son in law to Brian and Cheryl Newell of London, and Kay Newell of Creemore, who loved him as their own. Born in Montreal, the son of Andrew Caddell (Elaine Feldman) and Norma Lewis (Tom Cummins). James was raised near Ormstown, Quebec and […]
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Team Foxtrot officially launched from Pearson to Poland/Ukraine last night!!
Thank you to @LOTPLAirlines and station manager Tadeusz Dominski for all their help throughout this deployment.
Safe travels @CMATeams!
A fantastic overview of CMAT’s deployment by team leader David Thanh on CBC radio today. https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-46/clip/15912311
Sveta Melchuk shares some Stories told to her during the course of her work in Western Ukraine…. (shared with permission)
“Yesterday I cried. I needed to leave this story for today, on its own. A family of 3 came to the container: a lady her daughter and son-in-law…2
Dr Jonah von Schreeb, @WHO emergency medical team coordinator talks about a training on mass casualties in #Ukraine for healthcare workers in one of the hospitals in Lviv. This training gave the staff confidence that they can manage this type of emergency situation and save lives