Military Service Recognition Book

155 ONTARIO COMMAND JEANNOTTE, Claude J. J. S. Claude was born in Montreal, Quebec on July 22, 1943. He joined the Navy on February 2, 1961 as a Medical Assistant. When at 5UMGC Valcartier, he was posted to Operation New Viking located in Resolute Bay. While serving aboard HMCS Huron, he received the Queen Silver Jubilee Medal and was awarded the CDS Commendation. As Master Warrant Officer, Med A Training Company in Borden, he was commissioned in 1983 and retired on May 3, 1994 as a Lieutenant-Commander. He was also awarded the NATO Medal. Claude has been a member of Eganville Legion Branch 353 for eight years and has served as Service Officer for seven years. KASPAR, John John was born in Chatham, Ontario on April 5, 1941. He enlisted in the Canadian Army and served with the Queen’s Own Rifles from January 7, 1960 to February 20, 1964. He served in Canada and Continental Europe with NATO Occupational Forces in Deilinghofen, Germany. He was also with “D” Company Transport Platoon at Fort MacLeod. John is a Life Member of Waterdown Legion Branch 551 and has been a member for thirty-eight years. His father, Frank Kaspar Sr., served in World War I. JOHNSTON, Donald James Donald was born on December 6, 1923 in St. Catharines, Ontario. He joined the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals on February 19, 1943 and served in Canada, the United Kingdom and Continental Europe. Discharged on February 25, 1946, he was awarded the 1939-45 Star, the France and Germany Star, the Defence Medal and the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal with Clasp.