Quest to honor our Vet­er­ans con­tin­ues

Stanstead Journal - - FRONT PAGE - Vic­to­ria Vanier, Sher­brooke

Fol­low­ing the event at the Sher­brooke Ar­moury on May 9th, when twenty-six lo­cal World War Two Vet­er­ans re­ceived cer­tifi­cates of recog­ni­tion and com­mem­o­ra­tive lapel pins for their ser­vice, the search con­tin­ues for living or non-living Vet­er­ans from the Korean War and living Vet­er­ans from the Sec­ond World War. Robert Groulx, the Vice-pres­i­dent of Do­min­ion Com­mand of the Army Navy Air Force Vet­er­ans in Canada has been work­ing on this project for over a year and is hop­ing to find more Vet­er­ans who meet the cri­te­ria. Mr. Groulx can be con­tacted at 819 565-1904.

David Doust, seen here with his wife, Su­san Fletcher-Doust, re­ceived his cer­tifi­cate and lapel pin from Diane Tardif, at right, rep­re­sent­ing Vet­eran’s Af­fairs, and a cer­tifi­cate of ap­pre­ci­a­tion from Pierre-Luc Dus­sault, the NDP MP from Sher­brooke.

Ernest Kirby re­ceiv­ing his cer­tifi­cate from Diane Tardif, rep­re­sent­ing Vet­eran’s Af­fairs, and Sher­brooke NDP MP Pierre-Luc Dus­sault.

pho­tos pro­vided by Robert Groulx, Vice-pres­i­dent of Do­min­ion Com­mand of the Navy Air Force Vet­er­ans in Canada

Re­ceiv­ing the Cer­ti­fi­cat de la Lé­gion d'Hon­neur on be­half of his brother, Ger­main Nault, who died last year, from the Hon­orary Con­sul of France in the Estrie, François Giltzhofer, is Aurel Nault.

Ge­orge Kirby, brother of Ernest, re­ceiv­ing his cer­tifi­cate from Pierre-Luc Dus­sault and Diane Tardif.

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