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Megan Kenzie,  who served in World War II in the RC
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Sandra Kenzie told to Michael Currie
  
 
Toronto Daily Star, 6 March 1945, page 16 [https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1601&dat=19450306&id=PkA8AAAAIBAJ&sjid=dysMAAAAIBAJ&pg=513,14031730]
 
Toronto Daily Star, 6 March 1945, page 16 [https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1601&dat=19450306&id=PkA8AAAAIBAJ&sjid=dysMAAAAIBAJ&pg=513,14031730]

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Joseph Wesley Coulter (1912 - 6 September 1997) was a Canadian WW2 veteran.

Early life

He was born in 1912 in Alberta to the Reverend Joseph Coulter and his wife Williamina Bessie Coulter. He used his middle name, likely to disambiguate himself from his father, with whom he shared a first name.

World War 2

He served as a Pilot Officer of the RCAF, service number J/90189.

He was released 24 May 1945.

Marriage and family

Toronto Daily Star, 6 March 1945

He married Joyce Caswell 3 March 1945, at Hart House chapel. His sister Ruth Newman played the piano during the ceremony.

Death

He died 6 September 1997 in Abbotsford, British Columbia.

Sources

Sandra Kenzie told to Michael Currie

Toronto Daily Star, 6 March 1945, page 16 [1]