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GOLEMIEC, J.T. (John) 2 Weeks ago  
GOLEMIEC, John Thomas - (April 16, 1935 - July 8, 2017)

A proud member of the Knights of Columbus, St. Paul the Apostle.

Born in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia on April 16, 1935. John was in the Military for 24 years, a proud member of the Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment). He was a graduate of the Royal Military College, Kingston, Ontario.

Following his military career he worked for Correctional Services Canada as a Living Unit Officer (Joyceville Institution), instructor (Staff College) and Correctional Supervisor (Frontenac Institution).

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With thanks to Dave Martin for the foregoing.


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Re:GOLEMIEC, J.T. (John) 2 Weeks ago  
JT was our squad commander in 149 squad in 1964. He was very well liked. I was able to speak to him one day at CFB Edmonton and I was surprised that he remembered me and all the guys from 149 squad as he asked me about them all. A few years ago I was able to track him down in Ontario and as we spoke over the phone I soon learned that his memory was as sharp as ever. We spoke for quite a long time and he was very thankful that we all remembered him. Why wouldn't we, he was such a large part in developing us as soldiers of the Black Watch
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