The Memory Project: Jim Hawley

Jim Hawley’s son who has contributed a lot to this blog sent me this link.

John never misses a post on this blog.

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It was in this message he sent Garry Weir and me.

Hi,

Please see the link below for my dad’s story (Memory Project) about his RCNVR WWII and HMCS Regina K234 experiences.

This includes some photographs, text and voice accounts.

Dad had his 88th birthday on October 26 in the Regency Manor LTCF in Port Hope Ontario.

Best Regards,

John

http://www.thememoryproject.com/stories/2240:jim-hawley/

* Note: Don McIntosh has a Memory Project article as well.

Donald McIntosh

John Hawley sent me a link about Donald McIntosh.

Donald McIntosh remembers…

Excerpt

Donald McIntosh

V37067,
Engine Room Articifer (ERA),
HMCS Regina K234
– Returns to Pier 21

November is always a special month at Pier 21 full of visits from veteran’s and school programming on Second World War related topics but this year, the Year of Veteran, it was especially meaningful. Donald MacIntosh, a friend of the Pier 21 Society and story contributor was in town being filmed for an upcoming documentary on the WWII sinking of the ship he served in, HMCS Regina.

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