In memory of

Leading Aircraftman

Roy Leo Aney

who died on 8 Jun 1942


Service details
  Conflict WWII
  Service RCAF
  Unit Royal Canadian Air Force
  Rank Leading Aircraftman
  Service number R107958
  Date of death 19420608
  Cause of death suicide
Narrative history
  R107958 Leading Aircraftman (No. 6 Bomber Reconnaissance Squadron RCAF) Roy Leo Aney (b.1923) of Regina committed suicide 19420608 at Alliford Bay, British Columbia, and is buried in the soldiers' plot at Regina cemetery. He was the son of Earl Raymond and Mabel (Rodeen) Aney who came from Wisconsin and South Dakota respectively. Roy was a student at both Central collegiate and Campion college before enlisting at Regina in 1941.
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Memorial information
  Saskatchewan rural municipality for commemoration 159 - Sherwood
  Cemetery or memorial location Regina cemetery    

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  Honour roll location(s) Regina
  Geo-memorial Aney Lake, Saskatchewan     
  Geo-memorial location 59.4667°N / 107.9333°W
  Geo-memorial NTS map reference 74O5
  Geo-memorial details East of Uranium City.
Personal information
  Date of birth 19230205
  Place of birth Regina    
  Date of enlistment 19410704
  Place of enlistment Regina    
  Residence on enlistment Regina    
  Occupation student
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