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WO D. M. Henderson, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: 18590 Warrant Officer Douglas Maclean Henderson

Date of Birth: 17 March 1927

Date of Death: November 21, 1973

Place of Birth: New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada

Place of Death: Cairo, Egypt

Unit at time of death: U/K attached to United Nations Emergency Force Middle East (UNEFME)


Military Service

CF Environment: Air

Command: Air

Date of Enrolment: 23 March 1946

Branch/Regiment: Air Operations Branch

Place of Enrolment: Halifax, NS

Entitled Honours and Awards: Special Service Medal with NATO Bar, Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal, United Nations Emergency Force Middle East Medal, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous), Canadian Forces Decoration.


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of James and Ruth (nee MacLean) of Stellarton, Nova Scotia. Brother of Isabel. Husband of Helen Irene (nee Goodfellow) Henderson and father of Brenda, Robert and Deborah of Trenton, Ontario.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 157


Burial Information

Cemetery: Trenton (Bayside Whites) Cemetery

Location: Trenton, Ontario

Grave Reference: South Range 26, No 2 Grave, Plot Lot 13

Cemetery History: U/K


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Sgt J. K. Hermann


Identification

Name/Service Number: 34060 Sergeant John Kerstin Hermann

Date of Birth: 7 July 1930

Date of Death: 26 December 1963

Place of Birth: Prince Rupert, British Columbia

Place of Death: El Arish, Egypt

Unit at time of death: 412 Transport Squadron attached to 115 ATU UNEF


Military Service

Service: RCAF

Date of Enrolment: 21 November 1950

Corps/Regiment: RCAF

Place of Enrolment: Vancouver, British Columbia

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Emergency Force Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Thor and Mildred L. Hermann. Brother of Richard C. Hermann.

Last known NOK location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 121


Burial Information

Cemetery: Gaza War Cemetery

Location: Gaza City, Gaza Strip. The war cemetery is 1.5 kilometres north-east of the city near the Bureir Road and 370 metres from the railway station.

Grave Reference: Plot Post War Section A Row A Grave 13

Cemetery History: The Book of Genesis Verse 10:19 indicates that the city of Gaza was established about 5,000 years ago by the Canaanites. Gaza City is located on an ancient caravan route that paralleled the Mediterranean Sea from Phoenicia to Egypt. Gaza was later taken over by the Philistines and Alexander the Great, and then the Crusaders who held the city until the Ottoman Empire conquered that part of the world. During World War 1, the British conquered the area and located the Gaza War Cemetery adjacent to the city to inter their war dead continuing to World War 2 after which it became a Commonwealth War Grave Cemetery. Canada buried 23 UNEF fatal casualties in the Gaza War Cemetery.


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Maj P. D. Hess-Von Kruedener, MSC, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: R38868507 Major Paeta Derek Hess-Von Kruedner, MSC, CD

Date of Birth: 25 June 1962

Date of Death: 25 July 2006

Place of Birth: U/K

Place of Death: Patrol Base Khiam, Lebanon

Unit at time of death: United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO)


Military Service

CF Environment: Army

Command: U/K

Date of Enrolment: 10 December 1986

Branch/Regiment: Infantry – Princes Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry

Place of Enrolment: U/K

Entitled Honours and Awards: Meritorious Service Cross, Sacrifice Medal with Memorial Bar (Posthumous), Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Truce Supervision Organization Medal, United Nations Force in Cyprus Medal, United Nations Protection Force Medal, United Nations Observer Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo Medal, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous) and Canadian Forces Decoration.


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Gerry Hess of Kitchener, Ontario. Husband of Cynthia Hess-Von Kruedener of Kingston, Ontario.

Last known location of NOK: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 221


Burial Information

Cemetery: Burlington (Woodland) Cemetery

Location: Burlington, Ontario, Canada

Grave Reference: N/A

Cemetery History: U/K


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Rfn P. J. Hoare


Identification

Name/Service Number: SA127286 Rifleman Perry James Hoare

Date of Birth: 2 August 1940

Date of Death: 14 August 1965

Place of Birth: Pelee Island, Ontario

Place of Death: Nicosia, Cyprus

Unit at time of death: 1st Battalion, The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada UNFICYP


Military Service

Service: Army

Date of Enrolment: 7 January 1958

Corps/Regiment: Infantry - The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada

Place of Enrolment: London, Ontario

Entitled Honours and Awards: Special Service Medal with NATO Bar, Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United National Forces in Cyprus Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Edgar James and Irma Ruth Hoare of Leamington, Ontario. Brother of Philip J. Hoare.

Last known NOK location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 128


Burial Information

Cemetery: Dhekelia Garrison British Military Cemetery

Location: Dhekelia, Cyprus

Grave Reference: Plot 3, Row 8, Grave 18

Cemetery History: The cemetery is located in Dhekelia, Cyprus near Larnaca. There are graves for nine Canadians who served with the United Nations peacekeeping force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) and who died between 1964 and 1970.


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Spr C. G. Holopina

Identification

Name/Service Number: H32171051 Sapper Christopher Gregory Holopina

Date of Birth: 5 October 1973

Date of Death: 4 July 1996

Place of Birth: Russel, Manitoba

Place of Death: Ripac, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Unit at time of death: 2 Combat Engineer Regiment SFOR


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 15 March 1995

Corps/Regiment: Military Engineering Branch

Place of Enrolment: U/K

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Force in Cyprus Medal, United Nations Protection Force Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Gloria Hooper. Brother of Ashley. The Government of Manitoba honoured Private Holopina by naming a lake after him in 2005.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 201


Burial Information

Cemetery: Shell Valley (St. John's) Cemetery

Location: Shell Valley, Manitoba

Grave Reference: U/K

Cemetery History: U/K


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Cpl J. P. R. Hudon

Identification

Name/Service Number: C44139953 Corporal Joseph Paul Réal Hudon

Date of Birth: 10 July 1957

Date of Death: 26 December 1985

Place of Birth: St. Timothée, Québec

Place of Death: Camp Ziouani, Golan Heights

Unit at time of death: U/K attached to Canadian Logistics Company UNDOF


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: U/K

Date of Enrolment: 12 June 1975

Corps/Regiment: Logistics Branch

Place of Enrolment: Montreal, Québec

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Disengagement Observer Force Medal, and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Jean Paul et Thérèse Bédard-Hudon of St. Timothée, Québec. Brother of Michelle Hudon-Bégin of Valleyfield, Québec.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 180


Burial Information

Cemetery: St. Timothée Cemetery

Location: 91, Rue St Laurent, St. Timothée, Québec. J0S 1X0

Grave Reference: 103

Cemetery History: U/K


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Pte A. T. Hurst

Identification

Name/Service Number: SL 162897 Private Alfred Thomas Hurst

Date of Birth: 25 December 1928

Date of Death: 4 February 1960

Place of Birth: London, England

Place of Death: Rafah, Gaza Strip

Unit at time of death: 56 Canadian Transport Company RCASC UNEF


Military Service

Service: Army

Date of Enrolment: 18 February 1958

Corps/Regiment: Royal Canadian Army Service Corps

Place of Enrolment: Regina, Saskatchewan

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Emergency Force Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Thomas and Rose Hurst. Husband of Mrs. S. M. (nee Deane)Hurst of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Brother of Edna of England.

Last known NOK location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 112


Burial Information

Cemetery: Gaza War Cemetery

Location: Gaza City, Gaza Strip. The war cemetery is 1.5 kilometres north-east of the city near the Bureir Road and 370 metres from the railway station.

Grave Reference: Post War Section A Row A Grave 4

Cemetery History: The Book of Genesis Verse 10:19 indicates that the city of Gaza was established about 5,000 years ago by the Canaanites. Gaza City is located on an ancient caravan route that paralleled the Mediterranean Sea from Phoenicia to Egypt. Gaza was later taken over by the Philistines and Alexander the Great, and then the Crusaders who held the city until the Ottoman Empire conquered that part of the world. During World War 1, the British conquered the area and located the Gaza War Cemetery adjacent to the city to inter their war dead continuing to World War 2 after which it became a Commonwealth War Grave Cemetery. Canada buried 23 UNEF fatal casualties in the Gaza War Cemetery.


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Cpl P. C. Isenor, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: SF21584 Corporal Perly Chesley Isenor

Date of Birth: 6 February 1933

Date of Death: 25 October 1970

Place of Birth: Lante Siding, Nova Scotia

Place of Death: Cyprus

Unit at time of death: 3 Service Battalion attached to Canadian Contingent UNFICYP


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 29 January 1951

Corps/Regiment: Logistics Branch

Place of Enrolment: U/K

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Forces in Cyprus, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous)


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Charles and Pearl Isenor. Husband of Shirley (nee Campbell). Father of Janice Isenor.

Last known NOK location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 149


Burial Information

Cemetery: St. George Rural Cemetery

Location: St. George, NB

Grave Reference: U/K

Cemetery History: U/K


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A/MCpl M. R. Isfeld

Identification

Name/Service Number: A71248738 Acting Master Corporal Mark Robert Isfeld

Date of Birth: 14 August 1962

Date of Death: 21 June 1994

Place of Birth: Zweibrücken, Germany

Place of Death: Kakma, Republic of Croatia

Unit at time of death: 1st Combat Engineering Regiment UNPROFOR


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 22 May 1986

Corps/Regiment: Military Engineering Branch

Place of Enrolment: Edmonton, Alberta

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Iraq/Kuwait Observer Mission Medal, United Nations Protection Force Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Carol Margaret, MSM (nee Donaldson) and Brian Lynthor Isfeld, MSM, CD of Courtenay, British Columbia. Husband of Kelly Rae (nee LeMaster) Isfeld and stepfather of Wade and Kari. Brother of Leigh and Glenn. Carol Isfeld supported by her husband Brian knitted small dolls that she called Izzy Dolls for her son to give to children in Croatia. After her son was killed she continued to send the dolls to 1 CER for distribution and this led to a national campaign now supported by ICROSS Canada. Acting Master Corporal Isfeld has also been honoured in Courtney, British Columbia where a school has been renamed Mark R. Isfeld Secondary School. Mrs. Carol Isfeld was the Royal Canadian Legion National Silver (Memorial) Cross Mother for 2001. The National Silver Cross Mother is chosen annually by The Royal Canadian Legion to represent the mothers of Canada at the National Remembrance Day Ceremony in Ottawa on 11 November.

Last Known NOK Location: Carol and Brian Isfeld have passed away. Location of wife and other relatives is U/K.

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 197


Burial Information

Cemetery: Little Mountain Royal Canadian Legion Cemetery

Location: Chilliwack, British Columbia

Grave Reference: PH AA82

Cemetery History: U/K


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Pte A. D. Johnson


Identification

Name/Service Number: N39676703 Private Andrew David Johnson

Date of Birth: 23 April 1980

Date of Death: 29 January 2004

Place of Birth: Cape Town, South Africa

Place of Death: South Africa (on leave)

Unit at time of death: 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment SFOR


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: U/K

Corps/Regiment: Infantry – The Royal Canadian Regiment

Place of Enrolment: U/K

Entitled Honours and Awards: Sacrifice Medal with Memorial Bar (Posthumous) Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), and NATO Medal with Bar Former Yugoslavia.


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Ron and Barbara Johnson.

Last Known NOK Location: of Markham, Ontario.

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 217


Burial Information

Cemetery: U/K

Location: U/K

Grave Reference: U/K

Cemetery History: U/K


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Sgt V. J. Joubert

Identification

Name/Service Number: N23642410 Sergeant Vincent Joseph Joubert

Date of Birth: 4 April 1969

Date of Death: 13 December 1999

Place of Birth: U/K

Place of Death: Bosnia-Herzegovina

Unit at time of death: 1st Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment (SFOR)


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command:

Date of Enrolment: 4 April 1989

Corps/Regiment: Infantry - Royal 22e Régiment

Place of Enrolment: U/K

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Mission in Haiti Medal and United Nations Protection Force Yugoslavia Medal


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Husband of Chantal Morin. Father of Samuel and Torry.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 206


Burial Information

Cemetery: U/K

Location: U/K

Grave Reference: U/K

Cemetery History: U/K


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Cpl M. H. T. Kennington, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: U/K Corporal Morris Harry Trevor Kennington

Date of Birth: 14 July 1941

Date of Death: 9 August 1974

Place of Birth: Cornwall, England

Place of Death: Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic

Unit at time of death: CFB Calgary attached to Canadian Contingent Administrative Unit UNEFME


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 2 November 1959

Corps/Regiment: Logistics Branch

Place of Enrolment: Toronto, Ontario

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Emergency Force Middle East Medal, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous) and Canadian Forces Decoration,.


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of William and Sylvia Kennington of Penzance, Cornwall, England. Husband of Donna (nee Hartman) and father of David and Deborah of Surrey, British Columbia. Brother of Anthony Kennington of Cornwall, England.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 160


Burial Information

Cemetery: Toronto (Pine Hills) Cemetery

Location: Toronto, Ontario

Grave Reference: Grave 1519

Cemetery History: U/K


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Sgt D. L. Kloss, CD

Identification

Name/Service Number: H15 066 290 Sergeant Donald Lionel Kloss

Date of Birth: 18 August 1963

Date of Death: 8 April 1993

Place of Birth: London, Ontario

Place of Death: Nicosia, Cyprus

Unit at time of death: 2nd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery UNIFICYP


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 2 October 1985

Corps/Regiment: Artillery - Royal Canadian Horse Artillery

Place of Enrolment: Edmonton, Alberta

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), UN Forces in Cyprus Medal, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous) and Canadian Forces Decoration.


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Lionel and Marilynn Kloss of Goderich, Ontario. Husband of Marjorie-Anne Lynne (nee Richards) and father of Michelle Kloss of Kitchener, Ontario.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 194


Burial Information

Cemetery: Colburne Cemetery

Location: RR# 5, Goderich, Ontario N7A 3Y2

Grave Reference: Lot 666, Grave 2

Cemetery History: U/K


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Pte S. J. Kohlman


Identification

Name/Service Number: F42569954 Private Stephen Joseph Kohlman

Date of Birth: 7 May 1955

Date of Death: 11 April 1975

Place of Birth: Goodsoil, Saskatchewan

Place of Death: Dhekelia, Cyprus

Unit at time of death: 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment UNFICYP


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 24 January 1973

Corps/Regiment: Infantry - The Royal Canadian Regiment

Place of Enrolment: Edmonton, Alberta

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Force in Cyprus Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Francis and Olga Kohlman of Edmonton, Alberta.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 163


Burial Information

Cemetery: Evergreen Memorial Gardens

Location: Edmonton, Alberta

Grave Reference: U/K

Cemetery History: U/K


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A/MWO C. B. Korejwo, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: Acting Master Warrant Officer Cyril Bogdan Korejwo

Date of Birth: 30 May 1927

Date of Death: 9 August 1974

Place of Birth: Czarne, Poland

Place of Death: Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic

Unit at time of death: 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment attached to Canadian Contingent UNEFME


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 20 January 1954

Corps/Regiment: Infantry - The Royal Canadian Regiment

Place of Enrolment: Winnipeg, Manitoba

Entitled Honours and Awards: Special Service Medal with NATO Bar, Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Emergency Force Middle East Medal, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous), and Canadian Forces Decoration.


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Edward and Pelagia (nee Andzejewska) Korejwo of Bydgoszcz, Poland. Husband of Audrey (nee Hartley) Korejwo and father of Richard and Paul Korejwo of Angus, Ontario.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 160


Burial Information

Cemetery: Alliston Union Cemetery

Location: Alliston, Ontario

Grave Reference: U/K

Cemetery History: U/K


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Pte D. R. Krieger


Identification

Name/Service Number: A25331822 Private Donald Russell Krieger

Date of Birth: 20 April 1955

Date of Death: 17 August 1976

Place of Birth: Welland, Ontario

Place of Death: Goshi (Camp Larnaca), Cyprus

Unit at time of death: 2nd Battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry UNFICYP


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 26 July 1973

Corps/Regiment: Infantry - Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

Place of Enrolment: Hamilton, Ontario

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Forces in Cyprus Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Howard S. and the late Lylia N. Krieger. Husband of Shirley A. E. D. Krieger. Father of Shelley M. and Donald R. Krieger.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 165


Burial Information

Cemetery: Winnipeg (Brookside) Cemetery

Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba

Grave Reference: Section 29, Plot 7711

Cemetery History: The cemetery is located immediately west of the Red River College, at 3001 Notre Dame Avenue, in the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

During the First World War, Winnipeg was the headquarters of No 10 Military District and it contained six military hospitals of 972 beds. Air force and army training camps were established in the area during the Second World War, with No 103 Canadian Army Basic Training Centre at Fort Garry. Winnipeg (Brookside) Cemetery contains 299 Commonwealth burials of the First World War and 149 from the Second World War


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Pte D. J. A. Lamothe


Identification

Name/Service Number: SK103463 Private Denis Joseph Auguste Lamothe

Date of Birth: 10 August 1945

Date of Death: 18 March 1966

Place of Birth: Timmins, Ontario

Place of Death: Camp Rafah, Gaza Strip

Unit at time of death: 56 Canadian Transport Company, RCASC UNEF


Military Service

Service: Army

Date of Enrolment: 8 May 1964

Corps/Regiment: Royal Canadian Army Service Corps

Place of Enrolment: Vancouver, BC

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Emergency Force Medal and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Laurent and Juliette Lamothe of Vancouver, British Columbia.

Last known NOK location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 132


Burial Information

Cemetery: Gaza War Cemetery

Location: Gaza City, Gaza Strip The war cemetery is 1.5 kilometres north-east of the city near the Bureir Road and 370 metres from the railway station.

Grave Reference: Plot Post War Section A Row A Grave 17

Cemetery History: The Book of Genesis Verse 10:19 indicates that the city of Gaza was established about 5,000 years ago by the Canaanites. Gaza City is located on an ancient caravan route that paralleled the Mediterranean Sea from Phoenicia to Egypt. Gaza was later taken over by the Philistines and Alexander the Great, and then the Crusaders who held the city until the Ottoman Empire conquered that part of the world. During World War 1, the British conquered the area and located the Gaza War Cemetery adjacent to the city to inter their war dead continuing to World War 2 after which it became a Commonwealth War Grave Cemetery. Canada buried 23 UNEF fatal casualties in the Gaza War Cemetery.


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MWO G. Landry, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: Master Warrant Officer Gaston Landry

Date of Birth: 2 January 22 1939

Date of Death: 9 August 1974

Place of Birth: St-Francois d'Assisse, Québec

Place of Death: Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic

Unit at time of death: BFC Valcartier attached to Canadian Contingent UNEFME


Military Service

Service: Army

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 23 January 1957

Corps/Régiment: Infantry - Royal 22e Régiment

Place of Enrolment: Québec Québec,

Entitled Honours and Awards: Special Service Medal with NATO Bar, Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Forces in Cyprus, United Nations Emergency Force Middle East, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous) and Canadian Forces Decoration.


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Omer Landry of Montreal Québec. Brother of Regis. Husband of Frieda (nee Schonoberg) Landry and father of Nicole, Diane, Rene, Robert, Jacqueline and Isabelle Landry of Charlebourg, Québec.

Last known NOK location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 161


Burial Information

Cemetery: Duberger (St. Charles) Cemetery

Location: 1460 Boul Wilfred-Hamel, Ville de Québec, Québec

Grave Reference: Section 6, # 41

Cemetery History:


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MCpl S. L. P. Langevin


Identification

Name/Service Number: B85139991 Master Corporal Stéphane Luc Pierre Langevin

Date of Birth: 31 August 1965

Date of Death: 29 November 1993

Place of Birth: Lachute, Québec

Place of Death: Zenica, Bosnia

Unit at time of death: 12e Régiment Blindé du Canada UNPROFOR


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: Mobile

Date of Enrolment: 25 May 1987

Corps/Régiment: Armoured - 12e Régiment Blindé du Canada

Place of Enrolment : St-Jérôme, Québec

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Force in Cyprus Medal, United Nations Protection Force, and Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous).


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Son of Roger Langevin. Husband of Josée Imbeault.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 196


Burial Information

Cemetery: Cimetière de St.-André d’Argenteuil, Québec

Location: U/K

Grave Reference: Rangée 1, Emplacement #3

Cemetery History: U/K


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Cpl G. J. Larose, CD


Identification

Name/Service Number: N11255093 Corporal Gregory John Larose

Date of Birth: 16 April 1961

Date of Death: 8 May 1993

Place of Birth: U/K

Place of Death: Camp Ziouani, Golan Heights

Unit at time of death: U/K - UNDOF


Military Service

CF Environment: Land

Command: U/K

Date of Enrolment: 20 March 1980

Corps/Regiment: Land Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Branch

Place of Enrolment: Halifax, NS

Entitled Honours and Awards: Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (Posthumous), United Nations Disengagement Observer Force, Dag Hammarskjöld Medal (Posthumous) and Canadian Forces Decoration.


Additional Information

Next of Kin: Husband of Sonia M. Larose, father of Tarah and Ashley.

In 1993 UNDOF EME Maintenance Platoon named a sports field after Greg, and over time other monuments where added including "Rosy and Wrechker". Through the combined efforts of the Canadian EME Branch, and the support of the Indian EME Corps, Ms. LaRose and her daughters participated at the handover ceremony of the LaRose Park from the Canadian EME to the Indian EME. From its inception in 1974 to the close out in 2006, more than 12,000 Canadian Forces members deployed to the mission known as Operation DANACA in the Golan Heights region.

Last Known NOK Location: U/K

In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance reference page: 194


Burial Information

Cemetery: Hampton Cemetery

Location: Hampton, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia

Grave Reference: U/K

Cemetery History: U/K


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