New memories of Nov. 11

I wish to thank not only the legion and the RCMP for putting on a first-class performance, but others who came to my aid.

As a Canadian veteran of the Second World War and being a proud participant in the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #6 parade and ceremony in Cloverdale, I wish to thank, not only the legion and the RCMP for putting on a first-class performance, but others who came to my aid as I staggered off the parade square feeling ill.

Against my protestations, the ambulance service drove my to the emergency ward of Surrey Memorial Hospital.

The treatment I received from the knowledgeable and kindly teams was overwhelming and I am most grateful.

Three hours later with a complete diagnosis of my condition being forwarded to my doctor, I was able to return to the legion festivities and appreciate the wonderful performance by the Versatiles.

Thanks to all you wonderful people for your knowledge, kindness and dedication.

 

Mike Harvey, Langley

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