In memory of those who have Crossed the Bar

 

Earle A. (Bomber) Wareham

 

V9708, RCNVR 

 

Petty Officer 1st Class Signalman, 7675-H, RCN

 

Born: 1922          Died: 2016

 

WAREHAM, Earle A. - With great sadness we announce the passing of Earle Wareham Sr. Sadly he was predeceased by loving wife Evelyn in 1980 and only brother Ray in 2015. Earle was born in Regina and raised in Winnipeg where he attended elementary, junior and senior high school. Enlisting in the RCNVR late 1940, Earle re-enlisted in 1950 serving a total of 26 years, retiring in 1969. A further 16 years of employment with the Pacific Pilotage Authority ended with total retirement in 1986. Survived by loving and supportive family daughters, Denise (Ed), Pam (Andy) and granddaughter Jaylene, Paula and son Earle Jr. (Janet) and companion Audrey. Earle will be missed for his love of family, generosity, and great sense of humour. A memorial service will be held April 16th, First Memorial Royal Oak at 10am. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to The Salvation Army. (The Victoria Times Colonist 12 Apr 2016)

 

Ships served in:

HMCS DAWSON

HMCS STELLARTON

HMCS ROYALMOUNT

HMCS CAYUGA

HMCS SASKATCHEWAN - Served in Saskatchewan as Yeoman

HMCS STE THERESE - Served in Ste Therese as Yeoman

HMCS ASSINIBOINE

HMCS QU'APPELLE

 

Earle (Bomber) Wareham gives us an insight to days gone by

From the Chiefs and Petty Officers' Association (Esquimalt) Newsletter

 

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