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"Let's hope that it prevents more war. It is not a nice thing to go through. It still bothers me quite a bit."
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for a year before a bad case of trench foot landed him in a British hospital.
Chaput shared that story with Smith three years ago, and it brought her to tears.
launch detailing the war experiences of veterans and war supporters couldn't have come at a more fitting time.
Book honours veterans living in Chartwell Homes
Memories of the war still haunt him, and he said it is hard for people who haven't experienced it to understand how awful it is.
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Hearing her father's words was very emotional for Pitt, who said he had only started speaking of those experiences in recent years. In fact, his family didn't even know that his story was to appear in the book. There were other things that he kept to himself, the memories too painful to speak of. He won a Distinguished Flying Cross for his service, but Pitt isn't sure why.
The launch at Conservatory Pond Retirement Residence came a few days before Remembrance Day, when excerpts of the book Honour were read aloud.
Hart said that the book is a good Nike Vapormax Black And Rose Gold idea and a great honour to those who served. He hopes that the message isn't lost on this generation.
the' 60s. The stories were compiled by Sharon Henderson, in the Communications Department of Chartwell Homes, to honour seniors. General Manager, said that the idea of the book had been on everyone's mind for a while but it wasn't until the death of Canada's last First World War veteran, John Babcock, at the age of 109, that it became more urgent.
"We were asked to submit names of veterans that we knew of in the home and we forwarded George Chaput's name and he was shortlisted to appear in the book," said Tooze.
"He was an amazing man. For him to be able to continue to live life having that inside of him, I don't know how he lived day to day with that, to know that the next time you go up in the air you might never come back," she said.
Veteran and Conservatory Pond resident George Chaput passed away in May at the age of 86. He served in the Air Force, and his story was to have appeared in the book, but he passed away before it went to print. His oldest daughter, Judy Pitt, 56, attended the launch and listened to Karen Smith, Community Relations Manager, read his story aloud.
"My first wife used to wonder what I was yelling at in my sleep. It was terrible, terrible nightmares."
Fred Hart, 82, has lived at Conservatory Pond for two years. He is a veteran of the Korean War, serving on the front lines with the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Nike Vapormax Tumblr
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