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Tidligere skattedirektør Erling Ree-Pedersen døde 5. august, 94 år gammel. Han var født i Stavanger og hadde sin oppvekst der. Etter skolegang kom han under krigen til Moss for å opprette et bedriftsskattekontor der. Han kom aktivt med i motstandsarbeidet og var engasjert i utgivelsen av den illegale avisen «Norges Demring». Arbeidet i Milorg ble styrende for hans senere og livslange engasjement for forsvarssaken.
Det var Skatteetaten som ble Erlings yrkesmessige arena. I 1976 ble han utnevnt til landets skattedirektør, forøvrig den første i historien uten juridikum. I denne stillingen satt han til 1982, da han ble etterfulgt av Willy Ovesen. Han jobbet med betydelige saker som organisering av sjømannsskatten, statlig overtagelse av ligningskontorene og innføring av data i Skatteetaten. Det var også hans fortjeneste at stillingen som skattedirektør kom på åremål.
Med sin lune humor var Erling et naturlig midtpunkt i flere gode vennenettverk. I flere perioder var han medlem av bystyre og formannskap i Moss, valgt av Høyre, og han nøt stor respekt i alle fora der han engasjerte seg. Sammen med Knut Lindman var han hovedredaktør av boken Motstandskamp og dagligliv i Mossedistriktet 1940-1945, som tok for seg vår lokale krigshistorie og kom ut i 1999. For dette arbeidet ble de to hedret med kommunens kulturpris. Ellers engasjerte han seg med iver og lyst i samfunnsdebatten og var aktiv i mange forskjellige fora. En tid var han medlem av Datatilsynet.
Ærlighet og rettskaffenhet preget Erling i all hans ferd. Han var meget kunnskapsrik på så mange områder. I de senere årene hadde han og hans kone Inger stor glede av familiens leilighet på Madeira, der de senhøstes gjerne oppholdt seg i en lengre periode og stortrivdes. En hedersmann er borte med Erling Ree-Pedersen.
Tax Director Erling Ree-Pedersen would have turned 97 today, he passed away in 2016 - R.I.P.
Former tax director Erling Ree-Pedersen died August 5, 94 years old. He was born in Stavanger and grew up there. After schooling, he came to Moss during the war to create a corporate tax office there. He actively participated in the resistance work and was engaged in the release of the illegal newspaper "Norway's Demring". The work in Milorg was guiding his later and lifelong involvement in the defense case.
It was the Tax Administration that became Erling's professional arena. In 1976, he was appointed the country's tax director, as well as the first in the history without any law. In this position he sat until 1982, when he was succeeded by Willy Ovesen. He worked on significant issues such as the organization of the seaman's tax, the state takeover of the tax offices and the introduction of data in the Tax Administration. It was also his profit that the position of tax director came to years.
With her warm humor, Erling was a natural centerpiece in several good friend networks.
For several periods he was a member of the City Council and the chairmanship of Moss, elected by the Conservative Party, and he enjoyed great respect in all forums where he engaged. Together with Knut Lindman, he was the chief editor of the book Motstandskamp and daily life in the Moss district 1940-1945, which dealt with our local war history and came out in 1999. For this work, the two were honored with the municipality's cultural prize. Otherwise, he engaged in eagerness and desire in the social debate and was active in many different forums. For a while he was a member of the Data Inspectorate.
Honesty and righteousness characterized Erling in all his ways. He was very knowledgeable in so many areas. In recent years he and his wife Inger had great pleasure from the family's apartment in Madeira, where they last autumn often stayed for a long time and enjoyed themselves. With the passing of Erling Ree-Pedersen, we have lost an honorable man.
The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.
Erling-Ree Pedersen var også som Skattedirektør, en rettferdig hedersmann som utførte sin jobb uten trang til den hersk-og-vinn stilen vi har erfart under de siste 10 årene. Han var en rettferdig mann for fattig- og rik. Han var en spesielt stor støtte for oss utenlandspensjonister som har sloss mot den urettferdige Kildeskatten siden den ble innført i 2010. Han betraktet ikke skattebetalerne som bytte eller fiender, men hjalp til å finne rettferdige løsninger for en og alle. R.I.P.
Erling-Ree Pedersen was also as an Income Tax Director, a just and honorary man who did his job without any desire for the winn-and-conquer style we have experienced during the past 10 years. He was a just man for poor and rich. He was a particularly great support for us pensioners abroad who have fought against the unfair source tax since it was introduced in 2010. He did not consider taxpayers as prey or enemies, but helped find just solutions for everyone. R.I.P.
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