Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Rest In Peace Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent

Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent, 53, has been identified as the soldier who died a day after being run down in Quebec by a man who had embraced radical Islam.

From the Toronto Star:

Joanna Smith  21 October, 2014

 OTTAWA — Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent, 53, had been a member of the Canadian military for 28 years when he died Monday after being hit by a car driven by a suspected homegrown terrorist.


 The Canadian military said Tuesday Vincent had been a member of Joint Personnel Support Unit at the Integrated Personnel Support Centre in St-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., an office run by the departments of defence and veterans affairs that help injured veterans and current soldiers, as well as their families, access support services from the federal government.

Vincent had been with the regular force since May 1986.

His career as a firefighter brought him to military bases across the country, serving in Halifax, Valcartier, Que., Montreal, Trenton, North Bay, Edmonton, Comox, B.C. and Esquimalt, B.C....

Prayers for all who know and love WO Vincent.

Rest In Peace, Sir....

1 comment:

Mary & Reginald Adams said...

To the family and comrades..Deepest Sympathy on the tragic passing of WO Patrice Vincent.Our thoughts & prayers are with you @ this very sad & difficult time.I pray you will find comfort & peace in your beautiful memories. God Bless you all,RIP Sir, you will not be forgotten. Thank you for your great service.