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Don then moved to New York City where he practiced admiralty law for two years and did post-graduate studies at the New York Graduate School of Law.
Darryl Alexander, 43, of Catidian Place, Lunenburg County, announce his sudden passing on Tuesday, November 26, 2002 at the Stadacona Hospital, Halifax. Lieutenant Amyot said we would remain as a crew and that we would take Q 072 with us and fuel at sea if necessary. Only those who served with Frank on board the Q 072 would remember Amyots Dream, to ram a German U-Boat. On November 21, 1962 Frank Amyot died suddenly in Ottawa at fifty-seven years of age.Don was Legal Counsel, Executive Assistant, Secretary-Treasurer and charter Director to various companies.In addition, he held various executive positions with the Sydney YMCA and the Navy League of Canada.Born in Halifax, he was the son of Jack and Blanche (Isnor) Alexander of Italy Cross. The Captain informed us that there was no need to rush forward to be first to volunteer; both he and the First Lieutenant had already signed at the top of the list. For his service he received the 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Defence Medal, the Canadian Volunteer Service Medal and the War Medal. (written by Kevin Joynt)ANDERSON, Donald De Blois, QC, BA, LLB - 93, passed away on January 12, 2010, the QEII, Health Sciences Centre, Hospital. Don is survived by his wife, Helen (Read) and their five children: Donald Bruce, Katherine Jean (Gerald Owen), Glenn Read (Lynn), Gordon Alan (Andrea) and Helen Jane (Ed Wark), and grandchildren, Benjamin, Christopher, Faith, Cameron, Ryan and Molly Anderson, and Sophie, Maggie and Malcolm Wark. Anderson and her children, Stewart Anderson and Ruth Megannety.Darryl served in the Canadian Navy for the last 23 years as a boatswain, currently serving on the HMCS Charlottetown. Frank was remembered as a kind officer who always thought of his men first. Frank Amyot was a great guy; we would have done anything for him. In spite of all the excitement nothing more was heard of the M. After the war Frank moved to Ottawa where he found employment as a Welfare Officer with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Born in Sydney, Cape Breton, he was the son of the late Katherine May (Macdonald) and the late A. He was also predeceased by his only brother, Stewart M. Don was educated in the Halifax school system and Dalhousie University.