At left, a list of men who died on the date shown to the right of their names. My uncle's name is second from the top.
At left, Albert Schneeburger; on his right, Ken Gardener
At right, Fred and Barbara Lacombe with Trisha Cornforth in centre
There have been, and still are, so many wars where thousands are dying. Let us hope that one day peace will reign around the world. I have always thought that all those who fought, on whichever side, did what they had to do. They all were soldiers, fighting for their country, no matter their politics. Hans and I will always honour and remember those who lost their lives as well as all who were badly wounded in their fight for freedom.
As always, the Remembrance Day Service is a solemn occasion and a time for reflection. It is always a sad time. So many everywhere have died for a cause--whether right or wrong. Let us hope that all will soon fight for the cause of freedom and the rights of all without bloodshed.