Calliou, Alex

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Calliou, Alex

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Alexander Montrose Calliou (also known as Callihoo) was born to Adolphus Callihoo (1885-1967) and Christine Breland on July 29, 1925. He had six siblings, William, Clara, David, Napoleon, Irene and Elsie. He married Beatrice Gladys and together they had three children, Sharilyn, Alexis and Frederick. Beginning in 1963, Alexander Calliou worked as a caretaker for the Province of Alberta Department of Public Works, and in 1976 he was transferred to the Provincial Museum of Alberta where he worked as a museum aide until his retirement in 1986. He was also a member of the International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers, Local 433 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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