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Congratulation to the following members who were elected as Directors of the Board of The Royal Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers) Association 2019/2020 at the 2019 Annual General Meeting.


1)      Mr PAU Chi-leung, Joseph  

2)      Mr WAN Shun-shing 
3)      Mr CHENG Kin-moon  
4)      Mr TO Chi-keung, Gary 
5)      Mr CHEUK Kin-lop, Kent
6)      Mr CHAN Man-wai
7)      Mr LO Tit-koon
8)      Mr YUEN Man-kam, Bernard

9)      Mr FONG Heng-hou 
10)    Mr KAO Chun-keung  
11)    Mr SIN Ting-kwong 
12)    Mr Chan Keung Kai 
13)    Mr Lee Chi Shing 
14)    Mr Lam Kwok Wing 
15)    Mr Frank Miu

 

2 September 2019

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Mr John MacKenzie - Chevalier de L'Ordre national de la Legion d'honneur
Dear Members,

We have received a message from Mrs Marian MacKenzie, informing us that her husband, Mr John MacKenzie, has been appointed to the rank of 'Chevalier de L'Ordre national de la Legion d'honneur' by H.E. the President of France. Mr John MacKenzie (now 89) joined the Army at Perth (Scotland) on his 18th Birthday and was engaged in infantry training on D-day 1944, completing this in December that year. In convoy from Tilbury in January, 1945 he was rescued when his troopship (HM-LST415) was torpedoed in the North Sea. He joined the 5/7th. Bn. Gordon Highlanders in Holland at Gennep, Reichswald Forest in February, 1945 and saw further action at Goch (Siegfried Line), the Rhine Crossing at Rees, and through northern Germany to Bremen and Bremerhaven where he marched in the Victory Parade of the 51st Highland Division on 12th. May, 1945. Post WW2 he served with the 2nd. Bn. Gordon Highlanders in Libya in 1946, received a commission in the Royal Artillery in 1947, and was demobilised in 1948. He joined the Hong Kong Regiment (The Volunteers) in October 1954 and was re-commissioned in Hong Kong following the Korean Emergency and served with Royal Hong Kong Defence Force from 1954 until 1964, retiring with the rank of Captain, as O.C. Mortar Platoon. Mr John MacKenzie was a President of the Jaycees (1959) and of the Hong Kong Rotary Club (1975-76). He also served on the Hong Kong Urban Council from 1971 to 1980, and as a Justice of the Peace from 1973 to 1991.

The Secretary
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