Eighty years after fighting in the Dieppe Raid, Midland resident John “Jack” Date has been honored for his contributions as a Second World War veteran.
Date, 100, from Sarnia, Ont., traveled to Windsor, Ont., earlier this month with his family for two ceremonies. On August 18, Date received the French National Order of the Legion of Honor, France’s highest distinction of civil or military merit.
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