In memory of those who have Crossed the Bar
CURLEY, Richard John (Dick) - was born in 1913 in Charlottetown (West) Royalty, PEI, son of Patrick and Isabelle Curley. He enlisted in the Royal Canadian Navy Volunteer Reserve in 1940 and served in the North Atlantic on HMC Ships NIAGARA (1940-41), PRESCOTT (1941-42), and WETASKIWIN (1942-43). He was aboard HMS BELFAST in 1944, participating in the Normandy invasion, and on HMCS UGANDA in the South Pacific in fall of 1944 and 1945. Dick passed away in 1988.
Campaign stars and medals: The 1939-45 Star, The Atlantic Star with France/Germany bar, The Artic Star, The Pacific Star, The Canadian Volunteer Service Medal with bar, The 1939-1945 War Medal
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Shadow box for PO Richard Curley
PO Richard Curley is mentioned the press release below as part of the burial party for the burial at sea of PO Joseph Dumont