Doane, C. Asa, ca. 1899-1993

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Doane, C. Asa, ca. 1899-1993

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Charles Asa (Ace) Doane was born in Dayton, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia circa 1899. He was the son of Charles Herbert and Rosalie (Crosby) Doane. At the Yarmouth Academy, he studied mechanical and architectural drafting. He served in the Canadian Royal Flying Corps during World War I and later became an active members of the Royal Canadian Legion, serving as zone commander and later president of Nova Scotia Command. He was rewarded with the Meritorious Service Medal, and was a recipient of numerous honours from the American Legion, Paradise Lost, Florida. Following his return to Yarmouth at the end of the War, he owned and operated a garage and service station, and ventured into the construction business. Doane married Mildred Cameron, who predeceased him. The couple had one daughter, Beverly. Doane died on 17 March 1993.

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