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He served in the Royal Canadian Navy from 1950-1955 as an electrician. C.; Cornwallis; Stadacona and Shearwater, and on board the Navy ships, HMCS Magnificent, HMCS Quebec and in 1951 on HMCS Huron in Korea. Ken Marr), Timberlea, Halifax Co.; brothers, George, Point Cross; Jerome (Jerry), St. He was posted to HMCS Stadacona, HMCS Protector, Sydney and HMCS Avalon in Newfoundland.He was a member of Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 32, Chticamp; Cape Breton Naval Veterans Association, and Korean Veterans Association, Cape Breton Unit. Patrick Considine), Eastern Passage; Sister Anne, Sisters of St. Boley was foremost a family man, enjoying Sunday dinners and family trips.Au COIN, John Sylvester - 64, Terre Noire, Inverness Co., died July 14, 1997, at home. (Le Blanc) Au Coin, Chticamp, and the late George T. He had recently retired from (BIO) Fisheries and Oceans as an engineer. C.; Theodore (Teddy), Waltham, Mass.; sisters, Nora (Mrs. After his retirement from the armed forces, he continued his career with the Childrens Hospital and then the IWK as director of hospital services retiring in July, 1981. He was an insurance agent for 21 years with Confederation Life Insurance. Joseph du Moine; Wilfred, Edmonton, Alta.; Arthur, Barriere, B. After the war, he was posted to HMCS Shearwater, HMCS Cornwallis, HMCS Naden, HMCS Magnificent and HMCS Stadacona.Roger enjoyed a second career in real estate in Calgary, Alberta, retiring to Victoria in 1986, to play golf with life long friend Les Adkin.His fun times were spent raising German Shepherds and miniature Pinschers.
Cmdr (MAd) at the Canadian Forces Hospital Stadacona.
Upon retiring and wintering in Florida, he discovered his love of golf at the age of 70. He was predeceased by his first wife, Mary Margaret (Power) Bak of 37 years; second wife Agnes (Leggatt) (Everett) Bak of 19 years; his younger brother, James.
Visitation will be held 2-4, - pm, Thursday May 31, 2012 at Atlantic Funeral Home, 6552 Bayers Road, Halifax.
He had a life long love affair with the automobile and never tired of washing his car.
Special thanks to Doctors and staff of Royal Jubilee (Respiratory and Heart Units), Victoria General especially Dr. James Forster and staff for their devoted care for many years and to the BC Ambulance Service for prompt and efficient care.