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A Project Honouring the fallen of the World Wars
WW II Fallen
Summerland’s cenotaph lists the Summerland soldiers who died in World War One and Two. For whatever reason, not all of the families of Summerland’s “Fallen Soldiers” wished to have their loved ones identified on the cenotaph. Those names are italicized below. Some families may have preferred another type of memorial or another location for the memorial.

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Names in red indicate that a street in Summerland has been named in their honour. Summerland will continue to name all new streets from this list.
Names underlined have been honoured with a street banner.
World War II Fallen of Summerland
Boothe Brennan, Thomas
Agur,
Robert Jasper
"Robin"
Blagborne,
Charles Ward
"Charlie"
Boothe
John Gordon
"Gord"
Brennan,
Thomas Edwin
 Clements, Allan  Daniels,    Duncan, Robert
 Clements,
Allen
 Daniels,
A.B. Michael
Mike
 Dewar,
Harold
 Duncan,
Robert Fortune Jamieson
 Gould. Lloyd George  Hickey, Lawrence    Jewell, Ron
 Gould,
Lloyd George
 Hickey,
Laurence Francis
 Hunt,
Earnest Page
"Ernie"
 Jewell,
Ronald James
"Ron"
 Lemke, Johnny  MacDougald, Keith  McCutcheon,  MacLachlan, Russell
 Lemke,
John Julius
"Johnny"
 MacDougall,
Alfred Keith
 McCutcheon,
William Robert
 McLachlan
Russell William
"Russ"
 Murfitt, Herbert    Powell,  Rumball,
 Murfitt,
Herbert Arthur
 Nisbet,
Patrick Picton
"Pat"
 Powell,
Richard Clement
 Rumball,
Harold Marland
 Smith, Alexander Smith, Arthur William    smith_paul 
 Smith,
Alexander John
"Sandy"
 Smith,
Arthur William
"Skook"
 Smith,
Eric
 Smith,
Frederik Paul
 Temple, Arthur  Verrier, Cahrles  Wilson, Andy  Wilson, Woody
 Temple,
Arthur John Guy
 Verrier,
Charles Reginald
"Charlie"
 Wilson,
Andrew
"Andy"
 Wilson
Wesley William
       
 Young,
Thomas McLaren
"Tommy"
     





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