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Raymond then left Riviere du Loup in North Ireland and joined the hmcs Sussexvale escort duty.
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In 1936, Sam met and later married Marjorie.
In accordance with Gerrys wishes, no formal funeral service will be held.
In recent years, Pete took great pleasure in winning Loonies from visitors while playing cribbage.
Following in his father's footsteps, he was hired on at CNR as a messenger in 1941.
Hugh served on the hmcs Victoriaville during World War.