Military Service Recognition Book

61 ONTARIO COMMAND BYRNE, John “Jack” W. Jack was born in Sydney, Nova Scotia on March 13, 1925. He enlisted on July 11, 1940 and served in the Cape Breton Highlanders and the North Nova Scotia Highlanders with the Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps and the Royal Canadian Engineers of the 3rd Canadian Division in Canada, England and Continental Europe until 1945. He participated in the D-Day landing on June 6, 1944 and was wounded in France on September 19, 1944. Jack rejoined the Canadian Army in 1951 and served in Korea as a peacekeeper and reservist until his retirement as Warrant Officer 2 with the Royal Canadian Engineers in 1969. He has been a member of The Royal Canadian Legion for more than sixty years. Jack was awarded the Canadian Forces Decoration and the Special Service Medal (NATO). CAMERON, James H. James was born in Vancouver, British Columbia on February 12, 1921. He enlisted in the Royal Canadian Artillery on September 7, 1939 and served in the United Kingdom and Continental Europe until his discharge on October 12, 1945. James died on October 23, 2004. CADICK, Roy C. Roy was born in London, Ontario on June 25, 1924. He joined the Army on September 13, 1943 and served in Canada and England with No. 1 D.D. (AF) General List, 12th and 55th Battery R.C. Roy became ill with rheumatic fever and was admitted to hospital in June 1944, staying there for three months. He helped feed prisoners while in hospital and was discharged on May 1, 1946. Roy was a member of Lucan Legion Branch 540 before he passed away on August 13, 1986.