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Donald Thomas
Donald Thomas Rifleman L/27406 Regina Rifle Regiment June 7, 1920 Fort QuAppelle, Saskatchewan June 14, 1940 Regina, Saskatchewan 20 5 feet, 8½ inches Dark Brown Black Single (at enlistment) Truck Driver Roman Catholic John Thomas (Father) Lorlie, Saskatchewan (at enlistment) Jean Thomas (Wife) June 6, 1944 23 Beny-Sur-Mer Canadian War Cemetery, Reviers V. A. 11. Commemorated on page 460 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on October 3 Rifleman Donald Thomas was the son of John and Nora Thomas of Lorlie, Saskatchewan, husband of Jean Ileen Thomas, and father of Donald Aubry Thomas of Truro, NS. Rifleman Donald Thomas was married on April 24, 1941 in Truro, NS. He served at the Debert Military Camp, Nova Scotia from October 3, 1940 until he went overseas on August 22, 1941. He served in Canada between June 14, 1940 and August 24, 1941 and in the United Kingdom between August 25, 1941 and June 5, 1944. Rifleman Thomas was killed in action during the invasion at Normandy on June 6, 1944.