Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band Honours those Killed in Action in Netherlands

The Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band was been invited by the Royal Canadian Legion Branch in the Netherlands to participate in the 70th Anniversary of the Liberation.

The band participated in memorial services at two Canadian War Cemeteries in Holten and Groesbeek.

We honoured several Bruce County men who were killed action in the Netherlands from the list below.  At several of the gravesites we played pipes and placed markers.  Some of the markers are shown below.

Name Community Virtual War
Ashkewe, Benjamin Roy Cape Croker Reserve link
Blake, Graham Scott Hanover link
Boltz, Wilbert George Chesley link
Brubaker, Roscoe Donald Hanover link
Buhlman, Albert Joseph Carrick Township link
Chambers, James Alexander Amabel Township link
Collins, Maurice Willis Arran Township/Dobbinton link
Crozier, David MacLeod Walkerton link
Currie, John James Southampton link
Elliott, Joseph A. Huron Township link
Filsinger, Reuben George Frederick Carrick Township link
Finlayson, Roderick A. Huron Township link
Hall, Frank Kincardine link
Jones, Howard Arnold Cape Croker Reserve link
Koenig, Laverne Frederick Carrick Township/Mildmay link
Lancaster, John Berkeley Hanover link
Masterson, Albert Sidney St. Edmunds Township/Tobermory link
McGarvey, David Earl Wiarton link
McMaster, William Watson Wiarton link
Montgomery, Robert James Huron Township link
Myers, William John Carrick Township/Mildmay link
Obright, Vernon Patrick Walkerton link
Pollock, Lorne John Huron Township/Ripley link
Pyke, Bertram Isaac Lindsay Township link
Riley, Henry Chippawa link
Steffler, Alphonse Anthony John Carrick Township/Mildmay link
Steffler, James Harold Greenock Township/Cargill link
Thompson, Leslie Elderslie Township link
Watson, John Henry Albermarle Township/Wiarton link
Willick, James Joseph Chippawa link