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Joseph Ernest Jean-Guy Daniel Bourdon

In memory of:

Constable Joseph Ernest Jean-Guy Daniel Bourdon

May 7, 1999

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Service Number:

35689

Age:

40

Division:

Maple Creek, Meadow Lake, and Assiniboia detachments in Saskatchewan

Additional Information


Born:

March 26, 1959
Longueuil, Québec

Enlistment:

January 22, 1980

Cst. Bourdon was born in Quebec. Although his schooling was done in French, he had a strong desire to become bilingual and managed to achieve this when he became a member of the Force. He served at Maple Creek, Meadow Lake, and Assiniboia detachments in Saskatchewan and was posted to the airport in Saskatoon. Cst. Bourdon obtained his license to fly small planes and then his commercial license. He had a great sense of humour and loved to laugh. Cst. Bourdon was married to Jacquie and they had a daughter named Danielle. Cst. Bourdon is buried in the Woodlawn Cemetery in Saskatoon.

Commemorated on Page 195 of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Honour Roll Book.

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