Terry Cassidy Obituary, Quinte West mourns death of former city councillor Terry Cassidy

Terry Cassidy Obituary, Death – Terry Cassidy, who had been a councillor for the municipality of Quinte West in the past, has reportedly passed away, as stated in a press statement that was disseminated by the city of Quinte West. Cassidy was successful in his bid to be elected to the Quinte West City Council for the first time in 1991. He served as a councillor for the Sidney Ward for a total of 23 years, and during his most recent term on council, he was vice-chair of the Fire and Emergency Services Committee, a member of the Planning Advisory Committee, and a member of the Accessibility Advisory Committee.

He also served as a councillor for the Sidney Ward. “Councillor Cassidy was a pillar of our community who was a great colleague, friend, and long-standing member of Council,” said Mayor Jim Harrison, who added that “he will be deeply missed.” Throughout the course of his career, he was a steadfast supporter of a number of important causes, and he will be warmly remembered for the unselfish service he provided to his community over the course of his life. Everyone here is going to miss having him here with us.

In order to pay respect to Cassidy and to honor her memory, the flags flying above Quinte West City Hall will be lowered. At the beginning of the week, condolence books will be made available to the public in the main foyer of City Hall. The document is also available in an online edition, which may be accessed at getinvolved.quintewest.ca. The information regarding the memorial service and the visitation will be put on the website of the city as soon as it is ready. “Everyone who had the privilege of calling Councillor Cassidy a friend will mourn his loss in their own special way. During this terrible time, we are keeping his family and friends in our thoughts and prayers.”

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