They made the Ultimate Sacrifice


Glenn Campbell Mason


Stoker 1st Class, V60221, RCNVR


Born: 27 Sep 1923, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia


Died: 05 Aug 1944, Halifax, Nova Scotia


Book of Remembrance


MASON, Glenn Campbell, Sto 1c, V60221, RCNVR, died - 05 Aug 1944, HMCS GRANDMERE - Son of Kenneth F. and Phyllis Mason, of New Glasgow, NS.


Stoker 1st Class Glenn Campbell Mason was a fire truck driver before he enlisted into the R.C.N.V.R. on March 24, 1943. He was killed in a car accident in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Glenn was an occupant of a car that was speeding and struck a curb on Spring Garden Road, Halifax and overturned several times. Stoker 1st Class Mason was taken to the hospital but death had occurred before arrival. 


Stoker 1st Class Campbell is buried in the Lorne St. Cemetery, New Glasgow, NS.


Ships served in:

HALIFAX DIVISION RCNVR - Enlisted 24 Apr 1943. Commenced Active Service 15 Jun 1943

HMCS GRANDMERE - Drafted to GRANDMERE 05 Nov 1943 as a Sto 2nd Class, RCNVR. Rated Stoke 1st Class 14 Mar 1944





(GM01-GM02) Certificate of Service - pages 1 and 2  (GM03) Report of Death



Second World War Casualty Index