Friends and colleagues of Capt Juli-Ann (Jules) Mackenzie (RRMC 1995),

I would like to advise you of the presentation of the Memorial (Silver) Cross, to Juli-Ann’s parents, Ms Candys Mackenzie and Mr. Rick Mackenzie. The Memorial Cross, Bar and Scroll will also be presented to Robert McMullen, Juli-Ann’s widower. The presentation ceremony will be conducted by His Honour, the Honourable Dr. Gordon L. Barnhart, S.O.M., Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan , and will take place on 4 Sept, 1500 hrs at Government House in Regina, SK.

Capt Juli-Ann (Jules) MacKenzie, and Capt Colin Sonoski lost their lives; and Sgt Mario Michaud and Cpl Dave Pawulski were seriously injured, 18 July 2002 in the tragic crash of a Griffon helicopter while on a search and rescue mission, north of Goose Bay Labrador.

Juli-Ann’s family have offered that any of Juli-Ann’s friends, supporters and former squadron associates are welcome to attend the ceremony, and the reception to follow. Please feel free to forward this email to others that I may have missed. If you plan to attend the presentation, I would ask that you pls send a quick email to the undersigned, such that the staff at Government House can be advised for planning purposes.

G.E. (Gillian) Parker
EA DG Air Pers
Tel: (613) 992-2711
Cell: (613) 808-2053
Fax: (613) 995-8687

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