77th Anniversary of D-Day
Rest in Peace Harold Rowden
It is with heavy hearts that we announce Mr. Harold Rowden has passed away on Sunday January 14, 2024.
Mr. Rowden, also known as Rowdy was a member of the Canadian Army. He rode motorcycles to deliver dispatches to different commands and was well known to the Haliburton area.
R.I.P. Rowdy ~ Thank you for your Service.
Pictured here on Remembrance Day 2023 with his grandson who is with the Canadian Air Force.
World War II Veteran, Sir Harold Rowden honoured for his role on D-Day at Juno Beach at the Haliburton Legion to commemorate the 77th Anniversary of D-Day June 6, 2021
Posted with the permission of Fred Pyziak
Zone 4 Legion Commander, Linda Battams came to honour Harold for his service.
Thank you to Rick Jones, Fred Pyziak, Wendy Evenden for permission to use their photos, Kathryn Kidd for permission to use her photos and videos and newspaper coverage by The Highlander and the Haliburton County Echo.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 129 Haliburton
President: Don Pitman
Zone 4 Commander: Linda Battams
Past President: Paul Sisson
PRO: Linda Heeps
SGT-at-Arms: Nick Byrant
Poppy Chair: Lynn Pitman
Legion member: Callum Woods
Haliburton Legion Colour Party
Nick Bryant ~ Sgt at Arms
Haliburton Highlanders Pipes & Drums:
Trumpeter: Andy Salvatori
Piper: Jim Thompson
Motorcycle Clubs Members:
Haliburton Highlanders Pipes & Drums trumpeter ~ Andy Salvatori
Howard Rowden & the Haliburton Legion presented with a plaque
Haliburton Highlanders Pipes & Drums piper ~ Jim Thompson
Motorcycle Tribute Drive-by