Jack Wells passes away

A man who helped keep the North Coast and Canada itself safe passed away last month.

A man who helped keep the North Coast and Canada itself safe passed away last month.

Jack Wells, who retired as the  captain of the Canadian Coast Guard Point Henry in 1988, passed away on July 20.

Prior to sailing the seas of the region, Wells served in the Royal Canadian Air Force and flew in 60 missions during the Second World War. He is a recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross medal.

 

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