Bob Crow Memorial Page
BOB CROW MEMORIAL March 11, 2020 Share this story Branches, Regions, Officers & Offices Dear ALL, Bob’s family have agreed for us to distribute our album today as we remember not only the sad loss of Bob but also smile at the memories that we have of the man and his life. This is …Read More
LUEngineering Branch held a special award evening for four of our long standing reps; Martin Eden, Dave Godfrey, Frank Murray and Jackie D’Arby, with over 150 years membership and service to the union. All of them were friends of Bob and we laughed and joked together about old times and it was as if he …Read More
There’s so much to say about Bob it could fill a book and still leave enough for a second volume and probably more. As the Union’s lawyers it was a pleasure to work with somebody with such a sharp mind who always seemed to be several steps ahead of the employers or whoever we were …Read More
I first met Bob in 2002 at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in London with Paul Kenny & Steve Pryle of the GMB. My next meeting with Bob was in 2004 at the SIPTU conference in Cork.He asked me how the Jim Connell Festival was taken shape and the rest his history. From then on, …Read More
The first time I heard Bob speak was in London. I have never been a person who is easily convinced or a follower, but after that speech I was inspired. For the first time ever I had found someone that could convince me to walk over hot coals for a better future for all. I …Read More
Bob was such a vital, tough, campaigning tower of strength that it’s almost impossible to believe that he is no longer with us. Bob was many things: a true fighter for workers’ rights, an internationalist and an inspiration to the last. He was also a close personal friend. Bob’s family’s loss was also his members’ …Read More
I first met Bob at an RMT conference in Blackpool before he became General Secretary. CSC had a stall just outside the room where he was speaking at a fringe meeting and he drew attention to us. Singling me out by name he referred to me as Rev adding that he didn’t know if it …Read More
Bob was always great at speeches and his long service awards evenings always found him on top form. He he is at our branch social in 2009. Paul O’Reilly is hiding just behind him and was one of his pway colleagues for years. Bob knew a lot of our members and many personally, in fact …Read More
MILLWALL CALLING (BOB CROW TRIBUTE) Millwall Calling, from a faraway zone. War is declared and battle lines drawn. No one likes us – we don’t care! No one likes us -we don’t care. Rest in peace, rest in peace brother. Rest in peace… Bob Crow. No one likes us, No one likes us No one …Read More
When I first meet Bob be was still working for the underground. Not long afterwards he was elected onto the EC. What attracted me to Bob, was he made me laugh, feel very special and I felt protected by him. Bob was a hard working person and gave his all to the betterment of his …Read More
We have selected some pictures, video and radio interview excerpts of Bob below.
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