Clarence Little, Retired Executive Board Member, Passes

TWU Local 100 mourned the passing August 9, 2016 of retired Executive Board member and RTO ‘A’ Division officer Clarence Little, one of the early members of the New Directions Caucus that brought a new generation of leadership to Local 100. He died of cardiac arrest, and had been battling serious health issues including diabetes and kidney disease. He was only 58.

Retired Local 100 Recording Secretary Noel Acevedo, a close friend, said “Clarence was a person of high ethical standards. He was a very principled man.” Brother Little started as a Car Cleaner in 1985 and later gained a promotion to Train Operator.

Arrangements are as follows:

Viewing will be held:

Saturday, August 13, 2016
10:00am – 12:00pm
St. Josephs of the Holy Family R.C. Church
405 W. 125th Street (Corner of Morningside Avenue)
New York, NY 10027
(212) 662-9125
(directions via Google Maps)

Funeral to follow:

Saturday, August 13, 2016
Mass 12:00pm