Military Service Recognition Book

89 ONTARIO COMMAND DELAGE, Dan T. Dan was born on August 22, 1962. He joined the Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders Regiment in Cornwall, Ontario in May 1981. That summer, he completed trade qualification 1 infantrymen, then completed trade qualification 2 anti-armour gunner in the spring of 1982. He was promoted to Corporal at that time. Dan was again promoted to Section Commander and instructor for Military Concentration (Milcon) in 1983. He was commissioned in April 1984 in the RESO Program and stationed in Gagetown, New Brunswick. Dan was promoted to Second Lieutenant in the fall of 1984 and returned to the Glens where he was assigned as the regiment’s Communications Officer. He was also “A” Company No. 1 Platoon Commander and Assistant Adjutant to L/Col W. Masson. He left the unit in March 1987 to pursue civilian interests. Dan lives with his family in South Glengarry and is active with Lancaster Legion Branch 544. DENOMY, Venence C. “Ven” Ven was born on July 12, 1928 in Zürich, Ontario. He joined the Canadian Army on May 15, 1951 and served with the Royal Canadian Engineers in Canada and Germany until his discharge on May 15, 1963. In 1956, Sergeant Denomy attended the Water Supply Course at Engineer School in Fort Belvoir, Virginia, where he received the highest marks. The information he learned there came in handy years later when Ven was a member of the Chesley Public Utilities Commission. He also owned and operated a successful TV and appliance store in Chesley. Ven was a member of Chesley Legion Branch 144 for forty years before he passed away on August 20, 2003. DENOMY, Mark V. Mark was born in Clinton, Ontario on January 26, 1952. He enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force in August 1970 and served in Logistics and Finance in Canada. Major Denomy was discharged in September 1991 then spent five years as Comptroller with the Militia District Headquarters in London, Ontario. Mark has been a member of Chesley Legion Branch 144 for 32 years.