Cde. Sandy Sandhals

Terrace veterans’ service and sacrifice recognized

Ten vets receive awards in celebration of the 75th anniversary of Canada's involvement in the Second World War

At the April Veterans Dinner at Branch # 13 here, Cde. Charlie Lindstrom, Branch Service Offiicer, presented pins and certificates to three Terrace Veterans on behalf of the Minister of Veterans Affairs.

Receiving the honours that night were Cdes. Sandy Sandhals, Harold Wyatt and Fred Annett.

Other recipients of the award unable to attend that evening were Cdes. Lance Stephens, Bob Goodvin, Ed McFadden, Fern Gagnon, Bill McRae, Bud Hallock and Del Holtom.

These pins and certificates mark the celebration of the 75th Anniversary of Canada’s engagement in the Second World War and are issued in recognition of Veterans’ service and sacrifice during the war in defense of Canada and our shared values of freedom, democracy and rule.

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