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Ronald Charles Bloomfield

In memory of:

Constable Ronald Charles Bloomfield

July 9, 1954
Red Deer River, Manitoba

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

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N, F & D Divsions

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December 4, 1930
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan


June 9, 1950

Cst. Bloomfield served at Rockcliffe and at several detachments in Manitoba. The boat that Cst. Bloomfield and his partner Cst. Sander were in struck one of the piers of the bridge which caused the boat to cave in and flip over. Both constables were thrown into the water. Cst. Bloomfield was posted at Swan River Detachment when he died. He is buried at Woodlawn Cemetery in Saskatoon.

Commemorated on Page 88 of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Honour Roll Book.

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