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Don was Legal Counsel, Executive Assistant, Secretary-Treasurer and charter Director to various companies.

He settled in Duncan, on Vancouver Island near his daughter Lori.

Predeceased by his mother, father and wife, Al is survived by daughters Lori (Gord) Hamilton of Cobble Hill, BC, Tracy (Jack) Mc Clelland of Red Deer, granddaughter Brianne (Richard) Hall of Calgary, grandson Cody Mc Clelland of Red Deer, sister Sandra Hamm of Coquitlam, BC, and is fondly remembered by extended family and many friends from around the globe.

As a young man he worked at the Vancouver Stock Exchange and enjoyed skiing in his spare time.

Later in life he enjoyed golf, bridge, curling and all types of social activities.

He also served on the HMCS Preserver, and the HMCS Iroquois. As Reginald Cowper, a former crew member stated, Lieut. While at Dalhousie, Don received Varsity Letters for basketball, rugby and badminton and he also played inter-faculty hockey.

He served in the Gulf War, and received the Kuwait Medal. Two days after finishing his law exams in May 1941, he went on active service as an officer in Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve.

Alan's life will be remembered through a Burial of Ashes at Sea by the Royal Canadian Navy at a future date.

If you wish, condolences may be extended to the family in care of Sands Funeral Chapel, 187 Duncan Road, Duncan, BC, V9L 2P1.

Darryl also took part in the Swiss Air rescue effort off the coast of Nova Scotia. Darryl was a friend to so many, and will be sadly missed by all those who knew him. ( the South Shore Now) HMCS CHARLOTTETOWN, HMCS PRESERVER, HMCS IROQUOIS AMYOT, Frank, LCdr - During the three and a half years the Q 072 served the Royal Canadian Navy many men passed through her decks, but none better known than Lieutenant, later Lieutenant-Commander Frank Amyot. After completing his training, Frank served in the English Channel until January 16, 1944. He served on the HMCS "Rimouski", a corvette engaged in Atlantic convoy escort work between St. He also served on HMCS "Columbia" as Convoy Escort Group Anti-Submarine Officer on the Triangle Run between Halifax, St. He taught in the Anti-Submarine Schools in Esquimalt and at Stadacona where he was the Officer-in-Charge of the Anti-Submarine Training Centre.

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