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He joined the RCAF on November 1, 1942 and was discharged on November 25, 1945.

In 1942 he enlisted in the army becoming a snipper with the rank of L/Cpl.

Source: For King and Country poster in Wembley Born April 13, 1923, Alfred attended Beaverlodge school.

He passed away June 8, 1999 and is buried in Edmonton, Alberta. Regimental Number: M33937Willis, youngest child of Charles and Marie (Laffinier) Johnston, was born on October 18, 1921 in Calgary.

He had an older sister, Dorothy (Johnston) Doerkson and two older half-siblings, Irene (Steffen) Belieu and Julius Albert Steffen.

The family moved to Bezanson in 1923 to the homestead that Charles had filed on in 1912.

Shortly thereafter, Charles purchased a ¼ section of land from “Doc” Labadie to which the family moved as there was a larger house and several outbuildings.

Willis received his education at the one-room Bezanson School that was located on their property.

Willis enjoyed hunting and trapping as a youngster – trapping which supplemented the family income and with his hunting and his mother’s large garden there was always lots to eat.

Willis also had the contract to clean the school barn as another source of income.

A trip to Grande Prairie to sell hogs was a two-day affair with a stop over at Glen Leslie. He was promoted to Sergeant in 1942 at which time he disembarked for England.

He was part of the Normandy invasion and remained in the war zone throughout the entire campaign.

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