Wilson, William Henry Tuzo

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William Henry Tuzo Wilson
Died 25 September 2008
Allegiance Canada
Service/branch Canadian Army
Rank Lieutenant-Colonel
Awards MBE, CD
Lieutenant-Colonel William Henry Tuzo Wilson, MBE, CD ( - 25 September 2008) was a Canadian soldier who served in the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals.

Early Life

Service

He graduated from RMC in 1939, served overseas with the Canadian Signals Corps and at Staff College during World War II. He was a member of the Spitzbergen expedition. Following the war he was Commanding Officer of the Second Signals Regiment in Toronto from 1954 to 1957.

Personal Life

He was married three times with his wives being Pamela, Audrey and Joan. He had two children, Peter and Penelope.

He was in business in Toronto and Kingston and was executive director of the Kingston Construction Association.

Served as a Director for Signals Welfare Incorporated (SWI), a benevolent fund for the benefit of members and ex-members of the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals (RCCS), necessitous members of Royal Signals, and equivalent Corps of Allied Armies and their widows, children, and other dependent kindred.

He died 25 September 2008 at the age of 92 from injuries suffered in a fall at his house in Kingston.

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