Sigurd Norman Huser

Private Sigurd Norman Huser, M106830
Fort Lake, Alberta
The Canadian Scottish Regiment

Birth place and date: Sigurd was born in Sugden, AB on 29 March 1923.

Home town: Sigurd grew up in Fort Lake, Alberta.

Religion: Sigurd was a member of the Lutheran Church.

Occupation: Before the war, Sigurd served as a farmer.

Marital Status: Sigurd was never married or had any children.

Next of kin: Sigurd’s next of kin was his mother, Bergliot Huser.

Date and location of enlistment: Sigurd enlisted on 12 February 1943 in Edmonton, AB.

Medals: Sigurd was awarded the 1939-1945 Star, the France-Germany Star, the Defence Medal, the War Medal, and the CVSM and Clasp.

Burial location: Sigurd is buried at the Beny-sur-Mer War Cemetery in France. He was 21 years old when he died.

Student’s final reflection:

Born in Sugden, AB, Sigurd finished school at the age of 14 and became a farmer. He worked for his mother on their home farm until the age of 19. Although Sigurd’s father had passed away before he enlisted in the military, Signurd wore his father’s wedding ring as a keepsake.

Leaving his loved ones behind, as well as the life he had back home, Sigurd gave up his freedom and safety so we can now enjoy ours. It was a very brave and courageous thing to do, and for that we are so very thankful to you.

Witten by: Emma Robertson, a student at Owen Sound Collegiate and Vocational Institute in Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada.
Rédigé par:
Emma Robertson, un élève de Owen Sound Collegiate and Vocational Institute, Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada.

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