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A permanent memorial for Victor Post

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We are family members of St. Albert photographer, the late Victor Post, and would like to formally thank the Heritage Museum for organizing and showing this collection of his life's work. We understand that it has been a daunting, time-consuming task and we are grateful to the museum directors and staff for persevering and creating a photographic legacy for the citizens of St. Albert, Alberta and Canada.

Victor was a long time resident of St. Albert, and was dedicated to his craft of photography. He strove to be creative and innovative whether taking pictures for clients, competitions or his own enjoyment.

We are excited to view the collection and will be encouraging all our friends to do so as well. In keeping with Victor's heritage as a St. Albert resident, supporter and businessman, we are asking the mayor and council to consider an official name site for Victor Post, be it a park, street, or public space.

Ken, Dianne, Jamie, and Sandra Post


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