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Biography of Stan Zatylny - Coder

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March 1945 Photo
Stan supplied this 1945 photo taken aboard the Red Deer.
Nene Lives Book Photo
Extracted from the photo of the Crew of the Nene on deck taken March 1945
Photo from the book "NENE LIVES The Story of H.M.C.S. Nene & her Crew" - 1993

Stanley Zatylny - Coder
Stanley Zatylny was born on December 20, 1925, in Welland Ontario. He graduated from high school in Business Administration. Stanley married Indra Walker from Montreal in 1945. They have three children, Stanley Junior, Gordon and Teresa Jane. All are married and the Zatylny's have five grandchildren between the ages of 4 to 21. Upon leaving High School in June 1939, Stanley joined Henry Birks & Sons as an apprentice silversmith. With the exception of his years in the navy from December 1941 until October 1945, he continued his employment with Birks, until his retirement in December 1987, as Production Manager of silverware products. Stanley took his navy basic training in Montreal and Halifax. In April 1942 he was assigned to the H.M.C.S. Kamloops and in September 1942 through to December 1942 took the decoders course at Ste. Hyacinthe. Between Jan. 1943 to June 1944 he served aboard the H.M.C.S. Red Deer and in July 1944 joined the H.M.C.S. Nene until December 1944. From March 1945 to August 1945 he was with the H.M.C.S. MicMac. Stanley was discharged from the navy in October 1945. He and Indra live in Verdun, Quebec.


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