Dale Justice, Former AFSCME VP & SLC Public Utilities Worker, Passes Away

By | August 31, 2023

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Death – Obituary News : Dale Justice, former Vice President of AFSCME 1004 and long-time SLC Public Utilities worker, has passed away on August 27. Condolences are extended to his loved ones and especially his family during this difficult time.

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Dale Justice, a renowned figure in the labor movement and a dedicated public servant. Dale, who served as the Vice President of AFSCME 1004 and worked at SLC Public Utilities for many years, passed away on August 27.

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Dale Justice was a respected and influential leader within AFSCME 1004, a labor union representing public sector employees. Throughout his career, Dale fought tirelessly for the rights and welfare of workers, advocating for fair wages, safe working conditions, and equitable treatment. His commitment to the cause earned him the admiration and respect of his colleagues, as well as countless individuals whose lives were positively impacted by his efforts.

In addition to his role within AFSCME 1004, Dale made significant contributions to SLC Public Utilities. As a dedicated worker, he played a vital role in ensuring the efficient operation and maintenance of the city’s utilities, contributing to the well-being and quality of life of its residents.

Beyond his professional achievements, Dale Justice will be remembered for his kindness, compassion, and unwavering dedication to helping others. He was known for his warm smile, friendly demeanor, and willingness to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. His legacy as a devoted family man, a loyal friend, and a respected community member will forever be cherished by those who had the privilege of knowing him.

During this difficult time, our thoughts and condolences go out to Dale’s family, friends, and all those who were fortunate enough to have crossed paths with this extraordinary individual. The loss of Dale Justice leaves a void in both the labor movement and the community he served so diligently, but his legacy will continue to inspire and guide us in the pursuit of a more just and equitable society..