Larry "Fluffy" Gallant
Fluffy was (and continues to be) a true inspiration to us all! Even while fighting cancer, he always had a smile on his face, and never missed an opportunity to make us laugh! He truly touched us all, which inspired one of our members to design and produce the patch on the right below. We proudly wear this patch on our vests, so he may be gone, but in our hearts, he still lives and rides with us!
David Randolph Hebb was a Dunkirk member back in the early years of our Unit.
He passed away in October 20, 2009, while recovering from liver surgery in Halifax.
Dave served in the Canadian Armed Forces for five years, with the Three Field Engineer Squadron in Chilliwack, and worked for 35 years as a Correctional Officer for Corrections Canada. Besides being and active member of the C.A.V., Dave was also a member of the Blue Knights Law Enforcements Motorcycle Club for 10 years.
Sandy Sue Campbell
Born August 8, 1969 and passed away on January 25, 2014
"CAMPBELL, SANDY-SUE - Sandy-Sue Elizabeth Campbell passed away peacefully at The Moncton Hospital on January 25th, 2014, at the age of 44. Sandy-Sue was born in Moncton on August 8th, 1969. She was the daughter of the late Brian L. Melvin and June Olsen of Moncton. Sandy-Sue is survived by husband Blaine Campbell, children Drew, Jayme and Brady, grandparents Arthur Crossman and Neta Crossman, brother Brent Legere (Brigitte), sister Nicole Legere and several nieces and nephews.
Sandy-Sue is resting at The Journey Church, Allison Campus, located at 1539 Salisbury Road, Moncton, NB, Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation or to The Journey Church.
The 2nd CAV Dunkirk received our events trailer from Sandy-Sue Campbell's family in memory of her. You will see the trailer at community events we are involved in and will also see Sue's Vest and picture in memory of her at every event.
Hollis Stanley Steeves, 83, passed away at his home in Second North River on Saturday, January 19, 2019. Born in Moncton, NB, he was the son of the late Stanley and Thelma (Gilbert) Steeves.
Hollis joined the army shortly after completing school, and proudly served with the PPCLI and Provost Corps. He went on to join the Ontario Provincial Police, and later, the Barrie Police Force. He was always interested in farming and gardening, which brought him back home to New Brunswick where he owned and operated Mountain Meadow Dairy Farms. He was elected as a member to the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly. He raced horses, ran a strawberry U-Pick and was a Deacon at the Second North River United Baptist Church. His daughters would say "What didn’t Dad do? Honestly, we could write a book."
Dad was extremely dedicated and caring to his community. He truly was a renaissance man, never afraid to try something new and completely different.
Hollis joined the CAV on May 3 2013 and served with dignity earning the name Superman from Greg.
Happy trails Hollis you will be missed.