Wilma Rowbottom

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Royal Canadian Legion Branch 210 poppy campaign and list of members

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 210 in Lake Cowichan raised the poppy flag on Oct. 31. List of veterans and serving members.

  • Nov. 5, 2014 10:00 a.m.






Local Legion member Ron Wallace was selling poppies on last Friday. Joan Smith purchased a poppy from Ron in support of the veterans. Ron is a WWII veteran and was in the British Royal Air Force. The 87-year-old is a former poppy campaign chairman.






D.W. Anderson

Roy Andrews

Ed Bonefant

Hank Henry

Mike Kuchirka

Aimee Lefloch

Steve Lumb

Harold Mayea

Dennis Middlemiss

Donald Nelson

George Nitschkie

Victor Savitsky

Robert Siimpson

Marvin Stevens

Dan Whitely

Dwight Wilcox



Ron Black

Dan Born

John Coghlan

Richard Elliott

James Humphrey

Philip Jones

Suzanne Jones

Garnet King

David Lang

Ron Larone

Robert McCallum

Earl McIntyre

Murray Nelson



James Broughton

Thomas Brown

Graham Burton

Robert Cumming

Alan Jarvis

Gerald Kirker

David Middlemost

John O’Reilly

Neil Peters

Richard Repesse

Ed Salter



William Cheal


Dolores McMillan

Ethel Wort



Anthony Bond – British Army

William Dustow – Royal NZ Army

Paul Gardiner –

Coldstream Guards

Michael Hobkirk –  South African Infantry

Alan Knight – Royal


Fred Neault – Royal Corps of Transport

Kai Sorenson – Royal Danish Air Force

Muriel Thomas – British Seaman

Ron Wallace – Royal Air Force



Warren Potter



Dave Adams

Troy Douglas

Karl Foster

Roger Grosskleg

Sharon Irvine

Teresa LeFloch

Patricia Mann

Jason Nickel

Merv Winters



Harry Evans

Vincent Massey

Glenn McGillvrary

John O’Reilly


Thank you for your service.

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