New Brunswick RCAF Memorial

 

The memory of the 456 airmen and airwomen from New Brunswick who lost their lives in World War II is enshrined in the memorial in a most beautiful corner of Trinity Church. The New Brunswick names in the Memorial Book, “THEY SHALL GROW NOT OLD” are representative of 125 communities throughout the province from which they came to enlist in the RCAF and to where they did not return. They are interred in 76 countries around the world and in those instances where the remains were never found their names are inscribed on Memorials in 7 countries throughout the world, erected to honor them.

They are not all at home, here in New Brunswick, in this Memorial.

This Memorial pays tribute to those of all services, the Navy, Army, Air Force, and the Merchance Navy who made the supreme sacrifice in World War I, World War II and the Korean War.

THEY SHALL GROW NOT OLD, AS WE THAT ARE LEFT GROW OLD: AGE SHALL NOT WEARY THEM, NOR THE YEARS CONDEMN,

AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN, AND IN THE MORNING, WE WILL REMEMER THEM

 

11th October 1996

Trustees approved a $300 grant to the RCAF Memorial, St. John, New Brunswick.

25th October 1996

The Chairman of the Royal Canadian Airforce Association Trust Fund has instructed that the enclosed cheque to the value of $300 be forwarded to you as a donation to the New Brunswick RCAF Memorial, Trinity Church, Saint John.

18th November 1996

The Chairman of the Royal Canadian Airforce Association Trust Fund has instructed that the enclosed cheque to the value of $300 be forwarded to you as a donation to the New Brunswick RCAF Memorial, Trinity Church, Saint John.

26th November 1996

Please find enclosed our cheque to the value of $100 to cover the balance of the original donation at 18 November 1996 to the amount of $300 to the RCAF Memorial, Trinity Church, Saint John.

June 1997

In FY 1996/1997 $300 worth of grants was approved to the New Brunswick RCAF Memorial.

1998/1999

From 1989/1990 to 1998/1999, trustees approved $300 worth of grants to the New Brunswick RCAF Memorial.