|Last Name||Rank||First Name||Unit||Theatre of Operations||Location||Date Deceased||Published|
|ZUKOWSKI||Corporal||Zenon||Polish Army||World War II||Toronto, Ontario, Canada||April 26th, 1992||July/August 1992|
|ZULAK||Private||Helen||Canadian Women’s Army Corps||World War II||February 8th, 2005||November/December 2005|
|ZULIANI||Petty Officer||J.||Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve||World War II||Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada||July 13th, 1997||March/April 1998|
|ZULINOV||Able Seaman||Zenos (Zed)||Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve||World War II||Quebec, Canada||April 27th, 1996||September/October 1997|
|ZUMMACH||Gunner||H. Jack||13th Field Regiment||World War II||Port McNicoll, Ontario, Canada||October 16th, 1984||February 1985|
|ZUMSTEIN||Private||William L.||Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps||World War II||Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada||December 21st, 1999||November/December 2000|
|ZUNIC||Flying Officer||Nicholas M.||Royal Canadian Air Force||St. Boniface, Manitoba, Canada||April 6th, 2006||November/December 2006|
|ZUNICH||Private||Tony A.||Canadian Army||World War II||Fernie, British Columbia, Canada||June 4th, 1994||January 1995|
|ZURAWELL||Sergeant||Michael||1st Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry||Calgary, New Brunswick, Canada||November 2006||May/June 2007|
|ZURAWELL||Sergeant||Michael||1st Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry||Calgary, New Brunswick, Canada||May/June 2007|
|ZURBA||Private||Peter||Royal Canadian Army Service Corps||World War II||Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada||June 30th, 1993||October 1993|
|ZURBA||Walter, Sr.||Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry||World War II||Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada||April 8th, 1998||September/October 1998|
|ZURBRIGG||Warrant Officer 2nd Class||Albert G.||1st Hussars||World War II||Stratford, Ontario, Canada||December 13th, 2016||November 2017|
|ZURBY||William||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Ontario, Canada||July 13th, 1998||March/April 1999|
|ZURBY||Walter||Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada||World War II||Ontario, Canada||November 2nd, 2000||March/April 2001|
|ZURCH||Valentine L.||Canadian Army||World War II||Edmonton, New Brunswick, Canada||January 8th, 2012||September/October 2012|
|ZURCH||Sergeant||Ernest W.||1st Battalion Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada, Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers||British Columbia, Canada||August 23rd, 2007||November/December 2007|
|ZURCZAK||Able Seaman||Zenon||Polish Army||World War II||Edmonton, New Brunswick, Canada||July 5th, 1994||October 1994|
|ZUREK||Private||Ludwick||Polish Army||World War II||Castlegar, British Columbia, Canada||October 2nd, 1998||March/April 1999|
|ZUREK||Private||Grzegorz||Polish Army||World War I, World War II||Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada||February 6th, 1990||May 1990|
|ZUROWSKI||Ferdinand||Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve||British Columbia, Canada||November 7th, 2003||March/April 1999|
|ZUZARTE||Sergeant||Peter N.||July 30th, 2005||March/April 2006|
|ZVANIGA||Private||Hans||11th Field Ambulance||World War II||Cambridge, Ontario, Canada||August 6th, 1994||November/December 1994|
|ZVANIGA||Private||Paul||Victoria Rifles||World War II||Cambridge, Ontario, Canada||September 23rd, 1992||December 1992/January 1993|
|ZWACK||Lloyd (Butch)||Canadian Army||World War II||Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada||December 19th, 1992||November 1993|
|ZWACK||Corporal||Walter||Canadian Army||World War II||Vedder Crossing, British Columbia, Canada||April 30th, 1998||September/October 1998|
|ZWARICH||Corporal||Peter||Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry||World War II||Sudbury, Ontario, Canada||January 8th, 2004||September/October 2004|
|ZWARICH||Private||Clarence A.||Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps||Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada||August 23rd, 2016||November 2017|
|ZWARICH||Private||John||Royal Canadian Artillery||World War II||Manitoba, Canada||March 12th, 2007||November/December 2007|
|ZWART||Private||Jack||Stouffville, Ontario, Canada||November 24th, 2017||November 2018|
|ZWARTZ||E.J.||Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada||August 5th, 2007||March/April 2008|
|ZWARYCH||Trooper||Peter||Canadian Armoured Corps, Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Ontario, Canada||January 10th, 2010||September/October 2010|
|ZWER||Ernest||Canadian Army||World War II||Surrey, British Columbia, Canada||February 12th, 1995||May 1995|
|ZWICKER||Ronald E.||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||Ontario, Canada||November 12th, 2002||March/April 2003|
|ZWICKER||Leading Aircraftman||Hollis J.||Royal Canadian Air Force||World War II||New Brunswick, Canada||January 30th, 2003||November/December 2003|
|ZWICKER||Warrant Officer||Fulton G. (Jim)||Royal Canadian Air Force, Royal Canadian Naval Reserve||Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada||October 2nd, 2008||March/April 2009|
|ZWICKER||Private||Vernon B.||West Nova Scotia Regiment, Princess Louise Fusiliers, Reserves||World War II||Charlos Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada||January 21st, 2018||November 2018|
|ZWICKER||Master Corporal||Robert E.||Canadian Armed Forces||Chester Basin, Nova Scotia, Canada||May 15th, 2016||November 2016|
|ZWICKER||Eugene L.||Korean War||Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada||April 1st, 2019||November 2019|
|ZWICKER||Leman A.||Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada||Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, Canada||September 14th, 1982||December 1982|
|ZWICKER||Private||Gilbert M.||Canadian Army||World War II||Colborne, Ontario, Canada||March 23rd, 2014||September/October 2014|
|ZWICKER||Maxwell||Merchant Navy, Canadian Army||World War II||Bedford, Nova Scotia, Canada||October 1st, 2015||March 2016|
|ZWICKER||Earl H.||Royal Canadian Army Service Corps||World War II||Chester Basin, Nova Scotia, Canada||December 14th, 2015||November 2016|
|ZWICKER||Raymond||Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve||Gatineau, Quebec, Canada||2004||November/December 2005|
|ZWICKER||Harold R||Royal Canadian Artillery||World War II||Port Maitland, Nova Scotia, Canada||September 5th, 1990||December 1990/January 1991|
|ZWICKER||Corporal||Lester A.||West Nova Scotia Regiment||World War II||Caledonia, Nova Scotia, Canada||May 28th, 1991||September 1991|
|ZWICKER||Corporal||Lawrence R.||1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment, 2nd Battalion Royal Canadian Regiment||World War II, Korean War||London, Ontario, Canada||May 12th, 1999||September/October 1999|
|ZWICKER||Frederick C.||Reserves||World War II||Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada||August 5th, 1999||March/April 2000|
|ZWICKER||Kenneth||Canadian Army||World War II||Tantallon, Nova Scotia, Canada||July 22nd, 1997||March/April 1998|
|ZWICKER||Private||Stanley A.||Royal Canadian Army Service Corps||World War II||Nova Scotia, Canada||August 1997||March/April 1998|
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