Bruce Nuckowski

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* Stewardship of my Memorials: Liz Gowanlock, FIND A GRAVE ID, member (48766670) has consented to be my Stewart and to manage the memorials in the event; I am unable to manage them in the future due to unforeseen circumstances, such as health reasons.
Thank you, Liz, greatly appreciated. Bruce Nuckowski: FIND A GRAVE ID: member (48121957).Sunday, August 1, 2021

Remember, the best life lesson is learned during hard times and when we make mistakes. Enjoy and appreciate what you have.

Thank you, every one leaving your flowers on my memorials and also
thanks to contributors whom have found some errors and were thoughtful to send a notice", Greatly, appreciated. All the memorials are "work in progress" meaning corrections / additions.

In memory of: The Royal Canadian Air Force Captain Jennifer Rose Casey, killed in Snowbirds crash. The journalist turned Air-Force Officer was 35. Halifax, March 1, 1985 - Kamloops, B.C. May 17, 2020.

In perpetual memory of my parents, Antoni and Janina Nuckowski, also
my mother-in-law, (Mum) Margaret Ellen (Edwards) Alton, her sons Robert "Rob" Charles Alton, Richard "Den" Dennis Alton, Elizabeth "Liz" Alton Ruegg .

Also, John Brawley, Marie and Dr. George Chrzan, my Uncle's Joseph and Walter Makos, Gerry Hodge, Neil Peart, Viktor Lobodzinski, John Parr Weston.

Dream-catcher in support of Native American and First Nations Canadian Rights. The First Nations. The ancestors of all North American First Nations people crossed over on foot to North America from Asia at the end of the last ice age, about 12,000 years ago.

Remember Those Lost and Harmed While Serving Their Country.
Also Remember Those Who Have Served And Returned and for those presently serving in our national Armed Forces.

PTSD Veterans sadly under served by All the nations, "military veterans suffering from PTSD" ( post-traumatic stress disorder )and being homeless and living on the streets.

In memory of our To All of our Nation's Veterans, American and Canadian, we recognize their courage, hard work and we are humbled by their sacrifice. Thank you, all on Remembrance Day and every day.

Wolf is a symbol of guardianship, ritual, loyalty, and spirit. Wolf has the ability to make quick and firm emotional attachments and often need to trust their own instincts. Thus, they teach us to do the same, to trust our hearts and minds, and have control over our own lives.

^If there are photo's you wish to use for your Family Tree's and records, please do so. You may give credit to your source.

*any errors are mine and corrections welcome. I gather material from every where on the faith that its correct, sometimes not. Photo's to the memorials are welcome. Just because its etched in stone, don't assume its right and the "obituary" is sometimes incorrect as well.
"Thank you to the contributors whom have found some of my errors and were thoughtful to send a notice, Thank you, again" .

Cemeteries in Provinces and Territories: link to

"Stories must be told or they will die and when they die we can't remember who we are or why we are here". - (author unknown)

Under the Canadian Protection of Personal Information and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), a cemetery headstone and any information on it are considered to be in the public domain. Therefore, information obtained from these sources are considered as "open" information which may be released. This is true regardless of whether or not the people mentioned are living or dead or how long they have been dead.

*if there are memorials that I have posted and you want them "removed", I will do so. (covering your essentials with paper). I have an interest in history and I try to research as much as possible and I realize that omissions occur and I apologize.

I also have an interest in British Home Children and the history of the young children and their lives.

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