The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 7, Issue 7 (December 1, 1932)
Mrs. Roussell's Appreciation
Mrs. Roussell's Appreciation.
Tributes to the memory of the late Mr. Roussell were paid by members of the Railway staff at Auckland prior to the despatch of the Main Trunk Express, which conveyed the funeral casket to Wellington. When the last of the officers had filed past the casket, Mrs. Roussell expressed to Mr. F. E. Temm, Chairman of the Railway Officers Institute (Auckland), her deep appreciation of the touching tributes paid to her late husband, and said that the grief of the family would be softened by the many condolences and evidences of such sympathy as was witnessed by the family at Auckland. The sympathy of railwaymen generally throughout New Zealand was deeply appreciated by Mrs. Roussell and the members of her family.