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Lest we Forget - Cardston's Fallen Heroes

November 11 2020

Watch the Ceremony on TV or online

  • CBC, CTV and Global will broadcast the Ceremony live on TV
  • Watch the Ceremony live on the Royal Canadian Legion's Facebook page (8:45 am Cardston time)

Watch the The Roll of Honour for the Town of Cardston.

This video is a tribute to those brave men from the Cardston area who made the supreme sacrifice for the freedom of our Country.

ROLL OF HONOUR

IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES

In the First World War
1914-1918

Private Randolph Cecil Booth ● Lance Corporal Henry Carl Briggs ● Corporal Charles Franklin Broadbent ● Private George Coming Singer ● Sergeant Horace James Devenish ● Lieutenant Alexander George Dower ● Private Alfred Gales ● Sapper William Goacher ● Private Cyril Arthur Gooding ● Corporal Arthur Cornelius Darby Jackman ● Private Arthur Vigo Jensen ● Private William Hill Leavitt ● Lieutenant Albert C Mountain Horse ● Corporal John William Roberts ● Private William Sibley ● Private Norval Alonzo Sorensen ● Lieutenant Sydney Welton Thurber ● Private William Woodward

In the Second World War
1939-1945

Gunner Ray Adamson ● Leading Aircraftman George Charles Ady ● Leading Aircraftman Benjamin Milo Andrus ● Corporal Bernard Allen Asplund ● Flight Sergeant Mark Auldie Beazer ● Pilot Officer Forast Deloise Billingsley ● Flight Sergeant Winston Woolley Blackmore ● Corporal Walter Robert Bowie ● Radioman 2nd Class Melvin George Bracha ● Sergeant Alvin Maxmillian Bunnage ● Flight Officer Grant Alder Cahoon ● Sergeant Eldon Howard Caldwell ● Corporal Raymond Victor Christie Jr. ● Flight Officer Richard Morley Christie ● Flight Sergeant Edmond Clay Crabtree ● Gunner Franklin Blaine Curliss ● Private Lorin Don Davidson ● Sergeant Arthur Davies ● Warrant Officer 2nd Class Lawrence Ward Davies ● Flight Officer Thomas Rex Forsyth ● Corporal Merton Baxter Franklin ● Private Mortin Edwin Goble ● Pilot Officer Elmer James Hagen ● Pilot Officer Ezra Mulloy Hansen ● Pilot Officer Milton Whitehead Hansen ● Rifleman Lawrence Allen Harwood ● Flight Officer Charles Broadbent Haslam ● Flight Officer Paul Wood Henderson ● Pilot Officer Harold Frederick Heninger ● Flight Sergeant Lloyd Ellison Holland ● Flight Lieutenant Eldon Eastham Kearl ● Warrant Officer 2nd Class Joseph Franklin Law ● Flight Officer Douglas Thayne Leavitt ● Private George Joseph Lightfoot ● Private First Class Charles Rinnan Lybbert ● Pilot Officer Dwain Earl Lybbert ● Flight Officer Merlin Leigh Matkin ● Sergeant Phillip Keith Matkin ● Sergeant Leslie John McMurray ● Sergeant Peter Jacob Martinus Modderman ● Rifleman George William Rawlings ● Pilot Officer Dallas Rex Robinson ● Private Leslie Schaufert ● Sapper George Henry Shattuck ● Flight Officer Robert Jordan Sheen ● Flight Sergeant Seth Mark Thomas ● Sergeant George Park Tyson ● Lance Corporal Augustus William Whidden ● Bombardier John Walter Wiley ● Flight Officer De Voe Woolf

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Myrna Jensen

We must remember more often than one day/year. My Great Uncle, Ray Dewey Ellison did not lose his life in WW1, but he did lose his lower legs. It never stopped him from enjoying has passion for fishing. He was able to drive his car equipped with hand controls, with his little boat strapped on the top. His rattan wheelchair, prosthetic legs & little crutches are displayed at the Courthouse Museum. The prosthetic's rubbed his legs till they bled so he walked on his knees, covered with oval rubber pads, for the remainder of his life. I remember him well, I am proud to be your niece Uncle Ray & bear your name. Myrna Rae

Jim Fletcher

Thank you for this video. It was so meaningful to see photos of the hero’s as their names and ranks were read. Made my appreciation grow so much and made them personal to our generation.

Ruth Lewis

That was a lot of work someone had to do but I am very grateful it was done. Thank you for helping me to honour them this way. I was quite young when World War II broke out but remember how handsome my brother looked in his uniform. He was one who returned safely and assigned to serve in the occupation troops in Germany.