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Rank Able Seaman
Service # V37270
Unit # RCNVR

Born in 1923, the son of Mr. Roy and Marie (nee Hunter) Abrams of 757 James St., Wallaceburg.

Dean married Catherine Anna (nee Finley) 17 Aug. 42. They would have two daughters Anne Marie (Janssens) and Cathie Lynn (Masalsley). The WN 10/09/42 reported they Dean had completed his basic training and would be leaving for Halifax along with Maurice DeVriese and Paul Reid.  

Dean Abrams was part of the Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve.

The WN 11/01/45 reported that AB. Abrams who had been serving on HMCS Kenora and saw action on D-Day was on a 34-day leave at his parents home along with his wife.

Reported returned from overseas service attending a Wallaceburg Kinsmen ‘Welcome Home’ dinner CDN. 24/01/45 

Dean passed away 13 June, 2002 at the age of 78 years. Internment at Riverview Cemetery – Wallaceburg, ON. 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Sources CDN (24-01-45) (GOH Search)
Supplemental Information Reported returned from overseas service attending a Wallaceburg Kinsmen ‘Welcome Home’ dinner.

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