Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Christine Elizabeth Diotte

In memory of:

Constable Christine Elizabeth Diotte

March 12, 2002

Banff, Alberta

Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Age:

35

Division:

K Division

Additional Information


Born:

September 15, 1966
Thunder Bay, Ontario

Enlistment:

May 6, 1996

Cst. Diotte was from Thunder Bay, Ontarìo. She obtained a university degree in Manitoba and a map-making course from Sir Sandford Fleming College. Not happy with her career, Cst. Diotte applied to the RCMP. She served at Hinton and Banff detachments in Alberta. She was active in her community teaching the Drug Abuse Resistance Education to grade 6 students and worked diligently with Victim's Services. She, along with her spouse Mario (also a member of the RCMP), ran an annual golf tournament to raise funds for the Victims' Rights Organization. Cst. Diotte enjoyed skiing and hiking with her spouse. The quote on Cst. Diotte's RCMP card that gets handed out to people said: "Believe in yourself and you can do anything". Cst. Diotte is buried in the military section of the graveyard at Canmore, Alberta.

Commemorated on Page 198 of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Honour Roll Book.

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