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June-27-14
2014 Jun 27th Remembering all brave veterans. May they rest in peace.
September-29-13
It was an honor getting to know Pauline. She must have done a wonderful job as a nurse. She was a generous and fun- loving lady and great neighbor to my daughter,Juliet. Pauline gave me one of my sweet house cats from a litter born to a stray mamma cat she took in ten years ago. We will miss how she loved the Rockies and Halloween and Christmas. God bless you,Pauline. Francie and Peter
November-07-10
TO ALL VETERANS! What a wonderful generation! you are truly my heroes! WE OWE EVERYTHING TO YOU! THANK YOU!
(1964) A Windsor,Ontario mother of 13 & grandmother of 58 will take a lonely walk at the National Centoaph in Ottawa on November 11. While the heads of state and the nation itself looks on,Mrs.Rivait,who lost three sons in war,will place a Remembrance on behalf of all Canadian motherhood. She will place her wreath following His Excellency Govenor-General Vanier at the National Remembrance Ceremony. Mrs.Rivait lost three sons in the Second World war,all of whom server in the proud Essex Scottish Regiment. Privates Leon & Alphonse Rivait were killed at Dieppe in 1942, Private Lawrence Rivait was killed in North West Europe in 1944. Two other sons, Raymond & Edward,served during the Second World War. Raymond spent three years in Stalag 8, a German prisoner -of-war camp. Edward enlisted shortly after the third brother was killed. His parents drew up a petition to get himout of the sevice. They succeeded in haing him discharged, but Edward joined up again a month later. Mrs. Rivait was selected by the Royal Canadian Legion,orgaizers of the national ceremony. It is expected that Mr. & Mrs. Rivait will be invited to tea at Government House while in Ottawa.The Rivaits celebrate their 49th wedding anniversay in May. The have ten surviving children,58 grandchildren & nine great-grandchildren. Silver Cross Mother Mrs. Bernadette Rivait 1964
June-02-08
Kym francis is 17 and loves mckinley and liam debutler. She has pashed them both
November-16-07
Seeing my father's picture again enhanced my gratitude for him and all veteran's for their many sacrifices for all of us and our families. Thank you for this Rememberance!

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Richard Podger 1916-1942 Essex Scottish Regiment Joe Brecka 1945 - XII Manitoba Dragoons

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