In memory of those who have Crossed the Bar
HOOSE, Jack - age 52, of 321 E. Empire Avenue, Fort William, died in Fort William Hospital Tuesday, May 18, 1965. He was born in Port Arthur and lived all his life at the Lakehead. He was the son of pioneer Port Arthur citizens, the late Mr. and Mrs. George Hoose. He is survived by his wife Francis; two daughters, Elizabeth and Jacqueline, both at home; one sister, Violet, Mrs. J.D. Woods, Vickers Heights. Served for 5 years in World War II with the Royal Canadian Navy. He was a member of St. Paul's Anglican Church. He was supervisor of Power Plants for the Great Lakes Paper Mill, former chairman Steam Power Committee Canadian Pulp and Paper Association. The funeral will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday in St. Paul's Anglican Church, conducted by Archdeacon J.F. Hinchliffe. Interment Riverside cemetery. The body will be taken from the Sargent and Son Funeral Home, 21 N. Court St. to the church just prior to time of service.
He served in the Second World War in the RCNVR attaining the rank of Chief Petty Officer. He served in various ships including HMCS CHAUDIERE and HMCS HURON and took part in the Murmansk run to Russia.
Ships served in:
(JH01) PO Jack Hoose on unknown minesweeper (JH02) PO Jack Hoose (3rd from right) and shipmates on unknown ship (JH03) Obituary for Jack Hoose