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Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Harry Raymond George Bishop

In memory of:

Sergeant Harry Raymond George Bishop

August 20, 2008
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Military Service






406 Maritime Operational Training Squadron




Canadian Forces Decoration (CD)

Additional Information


November 27, 1958
Grand Falls, Newfoundland and Labrador


October 22, 2003

Son of proud parents Raymond and (late) Isabelle Bishop of Campbellton, Newfoundland. Brother, and best friend, of John Bishop (wife Jocelyn). Uncle, and aspiration, to nephew Johnathan Bishop and niece Kala Bishop. Great Uncle to Noah and Liam Bishop. He also sadly leaves behind his girlfriend, Elaine, many extended family members, and wonderful friends and fellow Military personnel.

Commemorated on Page 228 of the In the Service of Canada (1947 - 2014) Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page. Download high resolution copy of this page.

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  • Group Photo– In uniform and so proud.
  • Photo of Isabelle Bishop– Sgt. Bishop's late mother, Isabelle, who was his confidant and best friend.
  • Photo of Raymond and Isabelle Bishop– Sgt. Bishop's loving parents, Raymond and Isabelle.
  • Photo of Raymond Bishop– Sgt. Bishop's father, Raymond, whom he received his ambitious wit from.
  • Photo of Johnathan– Sgt. Bishop's only nephew, Johnathan.
  • Family Photo– Sgt. Bishop had a lot of people in his life who admired him, loved him and cherished him.  They still do; friends and family, alike.
In this picture are his Aunts, Uncles, cousins, his brother, John (with wife Jocelyn, pictured in the middle, holding a little boy who is Sgt. Bishop's nephew), his late Mother, Isabelle (pictured to the right of his brother, John), and his late Grandmother, Nellie (pictured in the chair, holding his niece).
He is very, very missed by all.
  • Group Photo– Sgt. Bishop's only brother, John, with his great nephew, Noah.
  • Group Photo– Sgt. Bishop with his only niece, Kala. Such a genuine smile.
  • Group Photo– Sgt. Bishop proudly holding his niece, Kala. He was so proud to be an uncle.

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