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THE ANCHOR, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2015 PAGE 11
Lest we Forget






CADOMIN
VETERANS Our Veterans

Frank Wells
David James Jenkins
John Kitchener
Culley
William (Billy)
Coppinger
Dan Bisikie
Albert Novotny
BILL MOSKALYK William Nikiforuk
M101234, RM Rank, P7E, Kenneth Deans
Private, Canadian Army,
served overseas in Europe, 5 John Collison
years as Sergeant at Arms in EDWARD Gordon Douglas
Fairview, AB. McNAUGHTON CHARLES HOLLOWAY Watson
Division or Regimental No Division or Regimental No
ALEC SKARRA M50273; rank, Private; RCAF, R150718; rank, Edward C. Maddams
Division or Regimental No signed up March 22, 1941, Corporal; signed up January
L611378, RCE; rank, CLARENCE LARSON discharged January 15, 27, 1942, discharged April
P r i v a t e , s i g n e d u p Division or Regimental No 1946, years served, 4 years 9 1946; years served, four If you have any
N o v e m b e r 9 , 1 9 4 4 , M448199, Canadian Army; months; served in Canada, years three months; served in information about
discharged April 16, 1946; rank, Private; signed up United Kingdom and Canada, England, France, these veterans please
served in Canada. November 1940; years C o n t i n e n t a l E u r o p e ; Belgium, Holland and
served, 2, served in Canada; contact Mary at
training, training centre 131; medals/stars, 1939-45 Star, Germany; medals/stars, TRYDAL, SPR John E 780-728-9797
THOMAS ROBERTS other members in family France-Germany Star, the 1939-45 Star, France- M 6 5 7 3 1 R C E W W I I
Division or Regimental No who served, sister, Ellen, Defence Medal and the Germany Star, Defence Regular Force; joined in or email
2nd division; rank, trooper; Canadian Army served in Canadian volunteer Service Medal, War Medal 1939-45, 1940; training in Vernon, cheviot3mp@shaw.ca
signed up 1942; discharged States. Medal and Clasp; pay $20 Canadian Volunteer Service B.C., Dundurn, Sask.,
1943; years served, one year; per month; training, Infantry, Medal (CVSM); training, Suffield for rifle training and JOHN FRANCES
served in Canada; pay per landed in England and Motor Mechanic course, Petawawa, Ontario for ALEXANDER
day $1.30; training, tanks. ROBERT BERKHOLTZ became front line munitions Search Light Training advanced training; served 4 WINWARD
Division or Regimental No transport; landed on D-Day; (England), Small Store years as a Private in Royal Served RAMC War Veteran
M56039, Eng.; rank, Sapper other members in family Management night course Canadian Engineers ; for three wars.
signed up January 1942, w h o s e r v e d , R a y (war over); other members in received 5 service medals.
CONNIE SIMISTER discharged November 9, McNaughton, Navy, North family who served, brothers GRACE MATHISON
Division or Regimental No 1945; served in United A t l a n t i c a n d J i m John west coast Canada and JIM TAYLOR Division or Regimental No
3039, OMAAC; signed up Kingdom, Continental McNaughton, Air Force, England; William, Canada, Division or Regimental No Canadian Army W7263;
May 25, 1917, January 10, Europe. Canada. England and Egypt. 31675; signed up August 15, rank, Private; signed up
1920; served in England and 1943; served in Merchant 1942, discharged 1945;
France. Navy, Atlantic and Pacific. served in Canada.

“...We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing
grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall
fight in the hills; we shall never surrender.”
Winston Churchill







GEORGE A. COOPER
Division or Regimental No
M 1 0 4 8 3 9 , C a l g a r y
Highlanders; rank, Private;
signed up November 16,
1942, discharged May 30,
1945; years served, around 2
½; served in Canada, United
K i n g d o m , E u r o p e ;
medals/starts, entitled to
wear War Service Badge, has STAN BUCKLE
five medals, the Defence Division or Regimental No ROYDON KENZIE
Medal, Volunteer Service Squadron 34, RCAF; rank, MAHON
Medal, France-Germany LAC; signed up August 2, Division or Regimental No
Star, the 1939-45 Star, and 1942, discharged October 3, J47044; rank, Flying
one more; pay per day, $1.50 DAVE SIMPKINS 1945; years served, 3; served Officer; signed up January
per day, overseas got 75 Division or Regimental No in England; medals/stars, 21, 1943, discharged
cents per day and the rest was 14575762, British Army, Defence Medal, Voluntary September 20, 1945; years
ANGUS CHARLES CRAWFORD served, 2 ½;served in RCAF;
Branch of service, Canadian Expeditionary Force, sent home; training in Royal Electrical Mechanical Medal, 1939-45 Medal, medals/stars, Canada
Canadian Calvary Brigade, Lord Strathcona’s Horse, Grande Prairie and Calgary Engineers, signed up 1943, Spam Medal; training, basic Volunteer Service Medal
Feb. 11, 1918 - June 5, 1919. Served in Canada, a n d f u r t h e r t r a i n i n g discharged 1947; served in training No. 9 Manning with Clasp, War Medal
England and France. Medals: British War and Victory overseas. Europe, training, England. Depot, Edmonton; other 1939-45; training, Aircrew
Medals. members in family who Navigator.
served, brother in Army.
Remembers and Honours
Louis H. Joy Remembers and Honours
Enlisted May 6, 1940
our HEROS
as an Ordinary our HEROS
Seaman. Discharged
March 31, 1946 as an Salute to those who fought

Able Bodied Seaman.





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