Staff Sergeant Clement Tremblay CD

Dominion of Canada

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The Following is an obituary which appeared in the Journal of the National Rifle Association (UK), Winter 1997 Number 3, Volume LXXVI page 39.


One of the most endearing members of the Canadian shooting community, Clement Tremblay passed away on September 17th, aged seventy two.

Clem had a very successful shooting career. He was a member of the Canadian Palma Team on three occasions, qualified for the Bisley Team twelve times and was a member ten times. In addition to his target rifle successes, he won the Queen's Medal for Service Rifle in 1964.

Latterly, he contributed greatly to the development of Canadian shooting by coaching cadets for ten years.

His sons, Pierre, Paul, Michel and grandson Mathieu Verrault have all represented Canada at Bisley, his granddaughter Cindy is also a shooter.

He will be greatly missed by friends around the world. We offer his famliy our deep sympathies.


The same obituary appeared in the Journal of the Dominion of Canada Rifle Association's "Canadian Marksman" Volume CXXXII Number 1 Autumn 1997.