At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, we pause to reflect and remember those who went before us, bravely sacrificing their youth and in too many cases their lives, for our freedom.
Today especially, we remember them. They shall not be forgotten.
World War I
GORDON, Alexander Garrow Duncan (1891-1917), Private, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, killed in action
MERNER, Albert Edward ‘Herbert’ (1897-1917), Canadian Expeditionary Force, killed in action
TRIGGS, James Little (1899-1916), Cabin Boy, Royal Navy, killed in action
TRIGGS, Phillip (1899-1967), Cabin Boy, Royal Navy
FINDLATER, William (1880-1918), British Army, died at home from wounds
FILKIN, Carl William (1897-1976), Canadian Expeditionary Force, lost left arm to shrapnel gun shot wound in France
SHAUGHNESSY, William D’Arcy, Sr. (1883-1953), Canadian Expeditionary Force, 123rd Battalion, Royal Grenadiers
World War II
SENATO, Nicola F. (1913-1945), U.S. Army, killed in action, Japan
NUSBICKEL, Thomas Raymond (1923-2002), U.S. Army
GAULL, George Leonard ‘Lenny’ (1920-2013), Canadian Armed Forces
MORGAN, Bruce Evan, M.D. (1924-2007), Navigator, Canadian Air Force
SHAUGHNESSY, William D’Arcy, Jr. (1924-1945) Canadian Armed Forces, 6th Armoured Regiment, killed in action, The Netherlands