They made the Ultimate Sacrifice
PECK, James Philip Christopher, SLt, RCNVR, MPK - 07 Dec 1941, HMCS WINDFLOWER - Son of Thomas E. Peck, and of Nellie M. Peck, of Montreal, Province of Quebec.
Sub-Lieutenant James P. Christopher Peck the son of the late Edmond Peck and Mrs. Peck of Montréal. Sub/Lt. Peck is reported missing and believed killed. He was educated at the Grove Lakefield Ontario, and Royal Military College, Kingston from where he went on active service in January 1940. He was on convoy duty in the English Channel from September, 1940 to July 1941 and later in Eastern Canadian water. He was 22 years of age.
Ships served in:
ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE OF CANADA - Attended RMC 1937-1939
HMCS STADACONA - Appointed to STADACONA 05 Jan 1940 as a A/SLt, RCNVR
NCSO SAINT JOHN - Appointed to NCSO SAINT JOHN 12 Jan 1940 as a A/SLT, RCNVR
HMS KING ALFRED - Appointed to KING ALFRED 13 Jun 1940 add'l for passage and training as an A/SLt, RCNVR
HMS VICTORY III for HMS RION - Appointed to RION 19 Sep 1940 as an A/SLT, RCNVR
* Appointed SLT 05 Nov 1940 (seniority 21 Dec 1939
HMCS STADACONA - Appointed to STADACONA 04 Aug 1941 as a SLt, RCNVR for Disposal.
HMCS STADACONA - Appointed to STADACONA 29 Aug 1941 as a SLt, RCNVR, add'l for duty with MTBs
HMCS WINDFLOWER - Appointed to WINDFLOWER 13 Oct 1941 as a SLt, RCNVR
(JP01-JP02) Record of Service
(JP03) Appointment to HMCS WINDFLOWER
(JP04-JP05) Telegram and letter to SLt Peck's mother