Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Frank Robert Mellish

In memory of:

Warrant Officer Frank Robert Mellish

September 3, 2006

Kandahar City, Afghanistan

Military Service


Age:

38

Force:

Army

Unit:

The Royal Canadian Regiment

Division:

1st Battalion

Citation(s):

Sacrifice Medal (posthumous), United Nations Force in Cyprus - (UNFICYP), United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR), NATO Operations in Somalia, Canadian Decoration (CD) Fomer Yugoslavia Bar, Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal (CPSM), General Campaign Star (GCS), ISAF (International Security Assistance Force) bar

Tours of Duty - Cyprus, Somalia, Croatia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan (twice)

Additional Information


Son of Barry and Sandra Lynne Mellish of Truro, Nova Scotia. Husband of Kendra Helen (née Stordy) Mellish. Father of Matthew and Koven Mellish. Warrant Officer Mellish served 18 years with the military and this was his seventh overseas deployment, the second to Afghanistan.

Commemorated on Page 221 of the In the Service of Canada Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page.

Burial Information


Cemetery:

PLEASANT VALLEY (FLORAL HILLS MEMORIAL GARDENS) CEMETERY
Prince Edward Island, Canada

Grave Reference:

lot NO# 279

Digital Collection

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  • Photo of Frank Mellish – Warrant Officer Frank Robert Mellish, a member of 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment, based in Petawawa, Ontario was killed on September 3, 2006 fighting against Taliban insurgents approximately 15 km west of Kandahar City.
  • Group Photo – Picture of company in Combats

Location: Canadian Forces Base Petawawa 
Date: 1998 Operation PALLADIUM

Event: Bravo Company, 1 Battalion Royal Canadian Regiment pre-deployment photo

Reference Member: Warrant Officer Frank Robert Mellish, CD Age: 38 Home Town: Truro, Nova Scotia, Unit: 1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (Petawawa, Ontario) Deceased: September 3, 2006. Incident: Ground offensive

His location in photo: 4 th row/rank, third person from the left (Starting on right hand side)

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