|Date and Place of Birth:||1924 St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada|
|Date and Place of Death:||March 5, 1945 Germany|
|Military Unit:||431 Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force|
|Area Served:||European Theater of Operations|
Stanley A. Reid was born in St. Catharines, Ontario in 1921. Reid
attended the Stamford Collegiate Institute in Niagara Falls, Ontario,
where he excelled in basketball and rugby in addition to being an
excellent baseball player.
He enlisted with the Royal Canadian Air Force in the fall of 1942 and went overseas in 1944. Flying Officer Reid served with 431 'Iroquois' Squadron at Croft in Yorkshire, flying night-time bombing raids in Avro Lancasters.
Stan Reid was reported missing after a raid over Germany on March 5, 1945. He is buried at Hanover War Cemetery in Germany.
Date Added February 7, 2013
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