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Lowell Brehaut




                            Lowell Brehaut Lowell (on the right) along with John McLean Stevenson in training in Quebec.


 He'd borrow his Dad's model a - just to see the airplanes at Upton Farm. Lowell Brehaut - at 21 - the Charlottetown officer was one of 5 canadians who died in a bomber crash in england in 1944. Now a stone memorial marks the loss - Listen to Lowell's brother and nephew who've just returned from a ceremony honouring the aircrew.



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                          Lowell Brehaut

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