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REMEMBRANCE DAY IS NOVEMBER 11TH

a tribute to our

country’s heroes Lawrence Ovide (Smitty) Allard 1916-1994. Born in Sardis, BC. Served 1939-45 Canadian Army. Descendant of Ovide Allard of Hudsons Bay Co. Loved his “maple leaf forever.” Was/is loved with much affection by his niece Naydeen.

Edward Harry Ange Juanita Almazon US Armed Forces

WWII Vet. Motorcycle Dispatcher. Killed in Action.

John Antone Sr.

Oliver Ange WWII Veteran. Canadian Army Infantry.

John Anthony Antone Jr. US Marine Corps.

Cpl. Grant Belich Steven Antone Wright Joseph Antone

Willie Kelly Antone

United States Army

WW II Vet (Kelly Boys)

Awarded the Military Medal for Gallantry in Action. This medal was presented to him by Field General Montgomery.

Rudy Baker WWII Veteran. Canadian Army Private-K-7439

We're so thankful you're home safe from serving in Afghanistan to drive us crazy again, we thank God everyday! We couldn't be prouder and we all love you so much! Love Your Girls and All Your Family

Served in the US State Maritime Service. He was wounded twice while serving in the South Pacific. He was decorated with several medals, including the Purple Heart.

Capt. Michael W. Biehl Pilot, C.A.F., 1987-1998 429 (T) Sqdn., CC-130 Hercules (World-Wide), Trenton, Ont., 1990-1995 NATO E3A AWAC's, Geilenkirchen, Germany, 1995-1998. Air Canada DC-9 / Airbus 320, 1998-present

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We take pride in the talent of our people and their extensive service to the community. Our lawyers and employees have always been personally involved in numerous community and charitable organizations, and we support many community events. We’re proud of the difference that defines us.

We Shall Remember, the Sacrifices of our Forebearers and the Burdens Borne by the Brave Men & Women Who Now Serve us so Well.

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Our Country’s Heroes

REMEMBRANCE DAY IS NOVEMBER 11TH

Ted Caldwell

Flight Lieut. Mr. Caldwell served in the Air Force for 5 years in India, Burma and England during WW2. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

Darick Dion Cailing US Armed Forces

Jim Cameron

Sergeant Mr. Cameron served in the Air Force for 4 years, in Canada and England during WW2. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

John Cannon Second Officer in the British Merchant Navy

Mr. Cannon served in the British Merchant Navy during WW2 and post war, for 13 years. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

Squadron Leader John Arthur Cook

Thomas Cole Served in France, Belgium & Holland. Taken prisoner in ‘44, 10 miles from Nijmegan. Eventually delivered to Poland where he remained a POW until liberated by the Russian army. Received 4 medals and was discharged in 1945.

Our Dad and Papa proudly served in the RCAF (WWII) from 1941-1945. Personal pilot to Supreme Allied Commander (SEAC) Lord Louis Mountbatten 1944-1945. Art passed away May 19, 1986 at the age of 73.

Daniel Ted Cheer Volunteered at age 18 in 1943 with the Sea Forth Highlanders. He served in France, Germany, Italy and Holland. He was killed in action in 1944.

Dominick Reginald Pascal Cortez Joined the Canadian Army at age 27 in 1942 and was discharged in 1945.

James Daniels WW I Vet. Joined the Army when he was only 15 years old and was not honest about his age.

Volunteered at age 21 in 1941. He served with the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps in England, France and Holland. Reginald was killed in the line of duty in Holland in 1945.

F/O Warren Donald RCAF 1953 - 1963 Served with distinction as Fighter pilot on Canadian Sabre #1 Air Division. Passed away August 12, 2010 aged 74.

Chuck Billy

Joined the army at age 17 in 1943. He trained at Camp Borden, Ontario as a Machine Gunner. Chuck was on Embarkation leave when V.E. Day was declared May 7, 1945.

The Davie Twins Edith Morse 1916 - 2001 Margaret Cruickshank 1916 - 2007 Mom served in the R.C.A.F. during WWII with twin sister Margaret. Both gone, never forgotten. Lest We Forget.

Pte. Murray Drain Buzz Downer

Fred Downer

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Henry Downer WWII

John Downer WWII

Served in the Canadian Armed Forces during WWII with the Saskatoon Light Infantry. He was stationed in England and Holland.

This Remembrance Day we will honour the brave men and women who serve and have served our great nation. They have bestowed upon us the many freedoms that we enjoy each day.


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REMEMBRANCE DAY IS NOVEMBER 11TH

Our Country’s Heroes

Remember those who served... on Remembrance Day and Always John Edwin Dunn August 30, 1915 - October 31, 1976 K-100206 (PTE) Canadian Army Embarked U.K. July 31, 1944 Disembarked France August 6, 1944

Harry Pascoe Duplissie 1885 -1917 I wonder how men could be so dedicated to leave five children behind to fight for their country. Love Norm Duplissie.

Able Seaman Ronald G. Ennis Joined the Navy (RCNVR) Stationed on Newcastle Is. Served on HMCS Moolock; HMCS Mattane (K444) Training for the Pacific. Ron is a North Shore resident.

Benjamin Faulkner World War I B.C Regiment (Duke of Connaught's Own)

125 East 2nd Street, North Van 604-985-9192 We shall remember the sacriĮ sacriĮces ces and risks of all who stood fast and defended our country. Jane Thornthwaite, MLA North Vancouver - Seymour 604.983.9852 | jane.thornthwaite.mla@leg.bc.ca

Capt. Percy W. Faulkner, E.D.E.M. Seaforth Highlanders, Irish Fusiliers. Trained with Devil's Brigade in U.S.A. (Special Service Force) to Kiska, then Winnipeg Grenadiers to Britian.

Douglas H. Franklin Canadian Navy May 29, 1942 – November 29, 1945. Douglas served at HMCS Dockyard Esquimalt with the Bomb Disposal Unit and aboard the frigate, HMCA Kokanee convoying between NFLD and Ireland.

Gerald Goggin Isabelle Garcia Phillips WWII Vet. Canadian Army

First Airborne Battalion Royal Canadian Regiment (RCR) Start - Feb. 2, 1952 End - Feb. 2, 1955

Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans in Canada UNIT 45 119 East Third Street, North Vancouver, B.C.

Lest we forget

New members welcome

Harvey Gonzales Domingo Gonzales WWII Vet. Canadian Army 1st

Joined US Army at age 18 in 1940. Served with the 101st Airborne Division in England, France, Italy and Belgium. Harvey started out as a Medic, then retrained as a Paratrooper in England. He participated in the Battle of the Bulge. Discharged in 1947.

Beverly Guerin WW II Vet.

Art Harper Lieut., MID, RCNVR Mr. Harper served in the Navy for 3 years. He served in the Atlantic during WW2. Veteran of Hollyburn House

Thanks to all who serve

November 11, 2010

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Our Country’s Heroes

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REMEMBRANCE DAY • NOVEMBER 11, 2010

REMEMBRANCE DAY • NOVEMBER 11, 2010

Our Country’s Heroes

Remembrance Day Events on the North Shore Pilot Officer Mr. Huva served in the Air Force for 3 years. He served in Canada during WW2. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

Jim Ingram 1921 - 2010 Officer in the Royal Canadian Navy WWII.

Celebrating 14 years on the North Shore

Remembering those Happy Canada Day! who sacrifi sacrificed ced so much. 604-980-9993 1660 Pemberton Ave., N. Van Marine Drive & Pemberton (behind the Shell station)

WEST VANCOUVER

Noble Peace

Remembrance Day Parade and Service

Remembrance Day Parade and Service

November 11 | 11 am Victoria Park Cenotaph - Keith at Lonsdale Ave.

November 11 | 10:50 am – noon Memorial Arch - Marine Drive at 20th

Chor Leoni Men’s Choir will perform Thursday, Nov. 11 at 1 pm at West Vancouver United Church, 2062 Esquimalt Ave., West Vancouver. Admission: $30/$25. Veterans are admitted free. RSVP: 604-263-7061.

2nd largest in Canada. Please gather at 10:30am. Following the service a parade will march off north on Lonsdale Avenue. Info: 604-313-7847.

This service is in honour of Veterans and those currently serving in the Canadian Armed Forces. This is an annual event. All members of the public welcome. Parade leaves 18th Street and Marine Dr. at 10:50am. Service at the Memorial Arch 11am. Please gather at 10:30am. For more information www.westvancouver.ca

Remembrance Day Maritime Memorial Service: November 11 | 10:30 am Cates Park The public is invited to join the Burrard Yacht Club in a service. For more information www.burrardyachtclub.com

Larry Jack Volunteered in ’39, age 29. Served with the Westminster Regiment in England, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, North Africa & Italy. Received 6 medals. Served with the 5th Canadian Division, under the 8th British Army.

Remembrance Day Breakfast Thursday, Nov 11 from 7 am - 12 pm at Eagles Hall, 170 West 3rd St., North Vancouver. Includes: muffins, eggs, ham, sausages, hash browns, toast, juice, coffee, tea. $7.00. Proceeds to charity. www.eaglesnorthvancouver.com

Honour Book Launch A book that honours and celebrates Canada’s heroes will be launched, Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2 – 4 pm at Churchhill House, 150 West 29th St., North Vancouver. Honour, commemorates Canada’s Second World War veterans. The book will be available for purchase and proceeds will be donated to Canadian Veteran organizations. Info: 604-904-1199.

W.S. Jackson

Lieut. Colonel CD (Ret'D) Mr. Jackson served in the Army, in Canada, England, and Europe during WW2 for 6 years. Then served in the Army Reserve for 14 years. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

Edward “Jock” James Joined the Canadian Army at age 18 in 1944. He took basic training in Saskatchewan, then switched over to the Medical Corps. Jock was discharged in 1946.

NEWS photos Mike Wakefield

Reuben Huva

NORTH VANCOUVER

John Weston, Member of Parliament West Vancouver - Sunshine Coast - Sea to Sky Country West Vancouver Constituency Office #21-285 17th Street West Vancouver, BC V7V 3S6 Ph: 604-981-1790

Ottawa Office Room 424, Confederation Building Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6 Ph: 613 947 4617 Weston.j@parl.gc.ca www.johnweston.ca

Remember Together

Remembering those who served our country 604-988-2612

1550 Philip Avenue, North Vancouver www.tomahawkrestaurant.com

The Royal Canadian Legion - We welcome new members. West Vancouver Branch 60

North Vancouver Branch 118

Lynn Valley Branch 114

580 - 18th Street, West Vancouver

123 W. 15th Street, North Vancouver

1630 Lynn Valley Road, North Vancouver

We welcome all veterans and the public to either of our ceremonies at: MEMORIAL ARCH VICTORIA PARK

Marine Drive at 20th Street, West Vancouver at 10:40 am Thursday Keith at Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver at 10:30 am Thursday

We remember. 135 West 15th Street (off Lonsdale) North Vancouver | 604.980.6525 www.the summerhill.ca Part of Pacific Arbour Retirement Communities

We would like to thank all the contributors to the Poppy Campaign and thank the volunteers for all their hard work.

Where good things come together.


A28 - North Shore News - Sunday, November 7, 2010

Our Country’s Heroes

Sunday, November 7, 2010 - North Shore News - A29

REMEMBRANCE DAY • NOVEMBER 11, 2010

REMEMBRANCE DAY • NOVEMBER 11, 2010

Our Country’s Heroes

Remembrance Day Events on the North Shore Pilot Officer Mr. Huva served in the Air Force for 3 years. He served in Canada during WW2. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

Jim Ingram 1921 - 2010 Officer in the Royal Canadian Navy WWII.

Celebrating 14 years on the North Shore

Remembering those Happy Canada Day! who sacrifi sacrificed ced so much. 604-980-9993 1660 Pemberton Ave., N. Van Marine Drive & Pemberton (behind the Shell station)

WEST VANCOUVER

Noble Peace

Remembrance Day Parade and Service

Remembrance Day Parade and Service

November 11 | 11 am Victoria Park Cenotaph - Keith at Lonsdale Ave.

November 11 | 10:50 am – noon Memorial Arch - Marine Drive at 20th

Chor Leoni Men’s Choir will perform Thursday, Nov. 11 at 1 pm at West Vancouver United Church, 2062 Esquimalt Ave., West Vancouver. Admission: $30/$25. Veterans are admitted free. RSVP: 604-263-7061.

2nd largest in Canada. Please gather at 10:30am. Following the service a parade will march off north on Lonsdale Avenue. Info: 604-313-7847.

This service is in honour of Veterans and those currently serving in the Canadian Armed Forces. This is an annual event. All members of the public welcome. Parade leaves 18th Street and Marine Dr. at 10:50am. Service at the Memorial Arch 11am. Please gather at 10:30am. For more information www.westvancouver.ca

Remembrance Day Maritime Memorial Service: November 11 | 10:30 am Cates Park The public is invited to join the Burrard Yacht Club in a service. For more information www.burrardyachtclub.com

Larry Jack Volunteered in ’39, age 29. Served with the Westminster Regiment in England, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, North Africa & Italy. Received 6 medals. Served with the 5th Canadian Division, under the 8th British Army.

Remembrance Day Breakfast Thursday, Nov 11 from 7 am - 12 pm at Eagles Hall, 170 West 3rd St., North Vancouver. Includes: muffins, eggs, ham, sausages, hash browns, toast, juice, coffee, tea. $7.00. Proceeds to charity. www.eaglesnorthvancouver.com

Honour Book Launch A book that honours and celebrates Canada’s heroes will be launched, Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2 – 4 pm at Churchhill House, 150 West 29th St., North Vancouver. Honour, commemorates Canada’s Second World War veterans. The book will be available for purchase and proceeds will be donated to Canadian Veteran organizations. Info: 604-904-1199.

W.S. Jackson

Lieut. Colonel CD (Ret'D) Mr. Jackson served in the Army, in Canada, England, and Europe during WW2 for 6 years. Then served in the Army Reserve for 14 years. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

Edward “Jock” James Joined the Canadian Army at age 18 in 1944. He took basic training in Saskatchewan, then switched over to the Medical Corps. Jock was discharged in 1946.

NEWS photos Mike Wakefield

Reuben Huva

NORTH VANCOUVER

John Weston, Member of Parliament West Vancouver - Sunshine Coast - Sea to Sky Country West Vancouver Constituency Office #21-285 17th Street West Vancouver, BC V7V 3S6 Ph: 604-981-1790

Ottawa Office Room 424, Confederation Building Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A6 Ph: 613 947 4617 Weston.j@parl.gc.ca www.johnweston.ca

Remember Together

Remembering those who served our country 604-988-2612

1550 Philip Avenue, North Vancouver www.tomahawkrestaurant.com

The Royal Canadian Legion - We welcome new members. West Vancouver Branch 60

North Vancouver Branch 118

Lynn Valley Branch 114

580 - 18th Street, West Vancouver

123 W. 15th Street, North Vancouver

1630 Lynn Valley Road, North Vancouver

We welcome all veterans and the public to either of our ceremonies at: MEMORIAL ARCH VICTORIA PARK

Marine Drive at 20th Street, West Vancouver at 10:40 am Thursday Keith at Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver at 10:30 am Thursday

We remember. 135 West 15th Street (off Lonsdale) North Vancouver | 604.980.6525 www.the summerhill.ca Part of Pacific Arbour Retirement Communities

We would like to thank all the contributors to the Poppy Campaign and thank the volunteers for all their hard work.

Where good things come together.


A30 - North Shore News - Sunday, November 7, 2010

Our Country’s Heroes

REMEMBRANCE DAY IS NOVEMBER 11TH

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Jimmy E. Johnston Joined the Canadian Army at age 21 in Nov. 1944. Trained with the #11 Platoon, C Coy Petawawa Regiment. He was in transit on the Atlantic Ocean when the war was declared over.

After leaving St. Paul’s Residential School she volunteered at age 18 in 1941 to serve with the Canadian Women’s Corps. She trained in Vermillion, Alberta. She was stationed in Victoria until 1945.

2PPCLI A fine soldier, son, husband and father - an inspiration to us all. Bravely served in Afghanistan Feb. to Sept. 2008 We love you. Dad & Tracy.

Jack Kelly WW II Vet (Kelly Boys)

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Norman Lewis

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WW II Vet. Joined in April 1945 at 24 years of age.

Served in France, Germany, Italy and Holland. He was active in the “D” Day Invasion and was awarded 5 medals. Wounded in ’44. Pretended to be dead while Nazi’s ripped off his “Dog” tags and went through his pockets. Crawled back to Allied lines, his only ID was his Cdn. uniform.

Anchil “Ducky” Mack

Henry Ferguson Lopez

Volunteered at age 40 on Dec. 6, 1941. He was trained in small arms and demolitions, but served with the Canadian Forestry Corps in Glasgow. The C.F.C. produced railway ties.

US Army. Stationed in West Berlin

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Flying Officer Ken McClelland

Joan Millerd (nee: Raymond) Lieut. Canadian Red Cross Corp.

Served with the R.C.A.F. On loan to R.A.F., 45 Group Ferry Command during WWII. Currently flying on MS Flight Simulator.

Mrs. Millerd served in Canada and England during WW2. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

“Lest We Forget” November 11, 2010

Milton Miranda

Donald Moody

Volunteered at age 18 in 1941. He served with the Sea Forth Highlanders in Italy and France. Milton drove a supply truck in the convoys and was also an ambulance driver. He was wounded when his truck went over a land mine.

Volunteered in ’42 age 22 with the Algonquin Regiment in England, Belgium, France and Germany. Was stretcher bearer in Medical Corps when wounded & his buddies killed. Later recalled a dream his friends were calling him to go with them.

First Memorial Funeral Services Boal Chapel We honour the men and women who are serving our country now and all the veterans who served in the past.

We shall remember the sacrifices and risks of all who stood fast and defended our country. Joan McIntyre, MLA West Vancouver–Sea to Sky

604-922-1221 1807 Marine Drive, West Vancouver

Phone: 604.981.0045 joan.mcintyre.mla@leg.bc.ca www.joanmcintyremla.bc.ca

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REMEMBRANCE DAY IS NOVEMBER 11TH

Joseph Moody Volunteered at age 27 in 1941. He served in Canada, The United Kingdom and Europe. He was discharged in Vancouver in 1946.

Hazel Morton WREN-Tel-So Mrs. Morton served in the Navy for 2.5 years in Canada during WW2. Veteran of Hollyburn House

Thomas Nahanee Almojuela Now serving with the US Embassy in Monte Visio, Uruguay. A ’66 grad of the US Military Academy. Senior Army Aviator is 22 year veteran. Awarded the Silver Star, Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star and other citations.

Our Country’s Heroes

Edward Nahanee

James P. Nahanee

PVT. 1st Class, 334th Infantry. Volunteered ’42 at 20, served with the American 9th Army in Europe. Received Bronze Star in ’44, Silver Star and the Purple Heart. Fought in Battle of the Bulge, killed in action in Holland, February 28, 1945.

Served in England, France, Belgium & Holland. Medals awarded: Cdn Voluntary Service Medal, Civilian Medal, Cdn Centennial Medal (’67), Outstanding Service Medal in organisation work among the Native Indian Communities in BC.

Enlisted at 17. Assigned to Germany with NATO Forces. Transferred in ’67 to Edmonton, then to Cyprus in ’68 for 6 months. Stationed in Calgary from ’68-’74. Back to Cyprus in ’71. Trained on navy ships. Disharged in ’74. Received the Cyprus Medal.

Charles Newman

Joined Canadian Navy in January ’57. Basic training, CFB Cornwallis NS, then Esquimalt for medical training for nursing. Worked at military hosp. in Esquimalt, then transferred to HMS Stadacona military hosp., Halifax. Served in the military for 2 years.

Robert Nahanee

Carole Newman David Nahanee Wight

Peter Nahanee Garcia WWII Vet. Canadian Army

George Newman Volunteered at age 17 in 1914. He became a Machine Gunner. Served in France & Germany for four years.

Andrew Natrall

Served with the United Nationes peacekeeping forces in Cyprus.

Andy volunteered at age 18 in 1917. He trained as a sniper/gunner and his accuracy was 90 percent.

Robert Paull

Lawrie Paxton

Joined the US Army in 1987. Undertook basic training at Fort Knox, Texas. Served in Scheinsurt, Germany and Fort Hood, Texas, Saudi Arabia (six months during Desert Storm). Discharged in 1991.

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Flying Officer Mr. Paxton served in the Air Force for 2.5 years in Canada during WW2. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

Albert Newman WWI Vet

Alfred H. Richardson 1915-2003

Flight Sgt. Fred Rannard Sr. Gwen Pearson ATS Mrs. Pearson served in the Army before and during WW2 in England. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

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Remembering those who have served and those who continue to serve us today. STEPHANIE ORR, PERSONAL REAL ESTATE CORPORATION 2996 Lonsdale Avenue North Vancouver, BC | V7N 3J4 C 604.764.6312 T 604.984.9711 F 604.986.7799 orr@stephanieorr.ca | www.stephanieorr.ca

WWI Vet. 37th Battalion C.E.F. April 3rd, 1929.

Enlisted in Lethbridge AB. Flew with the RCAF during World War II, over the Pacific, as a wireless air gunner. Still residing in North Vancouver at age 87.

Royal Canadian Air Force Aircraft Engine Mechanic 1939 - 1945 Lovingly Remembered Dearly Missed Till We Meet Again

Lest we forget... Are you looking for a poppy to wear? Drop by my office to support the Legion’s Poppy Campaign.

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A32 - North Shore News - Sunday, November 7, 2010

Our Country’s Heroes

Peter Rivers

REMEMBRANCE DAY IS NOVEMBER 11TH

Margaret Robins

William Ryland

(nee: Edwards) Frigate H.M.C.S. St. John Sister ship to H.M.C.S. Swansea Based in Londonderry, Ireland.

Petty Officer, British Royal Navy, WWII Member of Lynn Valley Legion. Loving family, daughter Maragret and Gerry Farrell. Three grand, six great-grandchildren. Pre-deceased by dear wife Sarah, after 64 years of marriage.

Dorothy Stewart

Fred Stokes

Volunteered at age 33 in 1943 with the Royal Canadian Air Force. He arrived in Liverpool on Jan. 17, 1945, on the SS Mauritania. In the early morning hours he heard the bombing of V-2 rockets in the distance. Peter served in England for 20 months.

Mrs. Robins served in the Air Force for 2.5 years. She served in Canada during WW2. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

CPL Wallace E. Smith

Patrick Sparksman

Corporal

Served in the R.C.A.F. during WWII. He went overseas at the age of 19 in March 1943 and returned in September 1945. Wallace passed away Aug.28, 2010.

Flying Officer Born Nov.1/1921 in New Zealand. Trained Montreal - Ontario. Served in Malta, Tobruk, Sicily, Middle East, 1940-45. Passed away June, 2002. Love, Theda.

William R. “Sam” Thomas

Tommy Thompson

Served with Sherbrooke Fusiliers, 27th Armored Div. in France, Holland & Germany. Received the Croix de Guerre w/ Crimson Star in ’47. “For exceptional service rendered during the war for the liberation of France.” The medal was the highest military award for Gallantry in Action.

Brigadier General Mr. Thompson served in the Air Force for 32 years. He served in the Pacific, Atlantic, and Europe during WW2. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

Dean Rownd

Served Royal Navy WWII 28 years Canadian Engineers Legion Member 51 years. Proud Canadian awarded Order of Military Merit Veteran's Affairs Commendation Medal

Fred Smalley-Johnstone Boer War 1st Royal Sussex Regiment

James Thomas

Lieut., JG Mrs. Stewart served in the Navy for 2 years. She served in California during the Korean War. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

Member of the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion - Airborne Division. Pictured here in Dauphin, Manitoba on April 22, 1944 delivering the VI Victory Loan Shield.

Pat Willard

Flying Office, DFC, MID Mr. Wilkinson started in the Army and went on to served in the British Air Force for 6 years. He served in England & Europe during WW2. Veteran of Hollyburn House.

Joined the US Marine Corp in 1989. Willard did his basic training at Camp Pendleton, Ca. He served at 29 Palms, Ca. In 1991 he served 88 days in the 1st Gulf War and was discharged in March of 1993.

Captain Brian Seward

Doug Wilkinson

Enlisted with US Marine Corps in 1986. Stationed in Camp Lejeune N. Carolina, 6th Marines, 2nd Marine Div. where he was a TOW Gunner. 3 months in Panama. Medals – Good Conduct & Rifle Expert. Honourable discharge in September 1990.

Lorne Thomas WWII Vet. Canadian Army

Thomas Williams Volunteered in ’42, at 20 w/ the Royal Highland Regiment of Canada in England, France, Holland and Italy. Wounded carrying a message across front lines. Slept for 3 days, awoke with scars on hip where doctors removed shrapnel. Received 7 medals.

Walter Williams Canadian Army ‘Died in Action’

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Remembrance Day Maritime Memorial Service Royalty Home Care would like to thank all those who came before us for building such a wonderful country for all of us to share. To our Veterans and their families, we pledge an amount equal to the cost of this ad to the Poppy Fund. www.royaltyhomecare.ca

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The public is invited to join members of Burrard Yacht Club in a Remembrance Day Maritime Ceremony on the water at Cates Park, November 11 at 10:30AM.

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