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Alfred "Fred" Aldworth

January 11, 2018

Alfred Aldworth: November 30, -0001 - January 11, 2018

Service Date: January 20, 2018

Posted by:
Colette Ouellet

Posted on:
January 26, 2018

Dear Sheila, My deepest sympathies are shared with you and your family in the loss of your beloved Fred. May you find peace in all the wonderful memories that you hold in your heart. Colette

Posted by:
Lori Brown

Posted on:
January 22, 2018

My sincere condolences to you Sheila and your family. Fred was truly one of a kind, always a smile and quick witted joke. It was so nice to see the way you both glowed in each other’s presence. You were blessed to have known such love. RIP Fred, it was a pleasure to have known you. Lori Brown, former Art Director, Airforce Magazine.

Posted by:
Al McLellan

Posted on:
January 20, 2018

My condolences to Fred’s family for the loss of an endearing character and gentleman. A random memory: shortly after graduating from RMC, we were on the same training flight from Dorval to London, where we considered going to a concert by the London Symphony. On further reflection, instead we went to a dance, at the Palladium I think, and had a great time. Au revoir, Fred. Al McLellan, BGen (Ret’d) Halifax, NS

Posted by:
Arthur Cuthbertson

Posted on:
January 20, 2018

I did not personally know Fred but through contacts by E-Mail he was of great help to me when I was involved with various projects with the Dieppe Military Veterans's Association located in Dieppe, New Brunswick. His knowledge along with mine of RCAF history was very valuable when we built the J. Laurie Cormier POW Park in Lakeburn in 1995 to honour the airmen who were stationed at various units in the Moncton NB area and the BCATP and Ferry Command during WW II. The members of our Association are sorry to learn of Fred's passing and we hope he rests in peace. We send our condolences to the family. Art Cuthbertson Past President Dieppe Military Veterans' Association

Posted by:
David Short

Posted on:
January 20, 2018

I'm so sorry, Joan, Annie, Scott, and Mrs. A for your loss. It has been many years since I saw him but I can hear his voice and his chuckle clearly. He radiated energy, good humour, and mischievousness; traits he generously passed on to his family. You will have many, many fond recollections to keep him alive in your memory.

Posted by:
Rose and Ken Duford

Posted on:
January 18, 2018

Dear Shelia and Family so sorry to hear about your dear Fred we loved him dearly what a special man he was and many of good laughs and good times working with him at the Airforce Association of Canada we will always remember him he was close to our hearts. Sorry we can't attend the service as we are in Mexico for the winter many prayers will be said for him and the family.RIP DEAR FRED WITH LOVE.

Posted by:
Francis Xavier McGillivary

Posted on:
January 18, 2018

Dear Sheila and family, Fred was a great person and it was my pleasure to be acquainted with him during our mutual careers in the RCAF and then in his time with the Air Force Association. God bless him. His kind is rare. FX McGillivary Maj (Ret'd) Palm Harbor, FL

Posted by:
Greg Konkol

Posted on:
January 17, 2018

My deepest sympathy to you and your loved ones through this very difficult time. Greg Konkol Stittsville

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