Canadian Fire Sprinkler Industry Mourns the Loss of Paul Harding

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The fire sprinkler industry has lost a legend!  Paul Harding passed away peacefully on March 23, 2021 with his wife Cheryl and daughters, Jennifer and Laura, by his side.

Paul was always highly respected by his peers, he was an honest man and truly admired.  Paul was always willing to offer a hand or just listen when you needed an ear. Most people either worked with him, had a story about him or knew of him. Many have engaged in great dialogues with Paul about various topics, one of them being his love of history.

Paul was proudly a Canadian Sprinkler Hall of Fame Inductee (2017), awarded the William Clark Award (2009) and he was also a Life Member of CASA.

Paul was loved across the industry, a friend to many and he will certainly be missed. Rest in Peace our dear friend.

For more details on Paul Harding’s passing please visit:
https://www.arbormemorial.ca/mountlawn/obituaries/paul-laurence-harding/63905/Guestbook?page=1