Educated here, Airman Killed
F.O. William Reginald Fee, 25, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Garnet W. Fee, Bathurst St., Toronto, was killed December 18th when the aircraft of which he was a crew member crashed at Oslo Norway, his parents have been informed.
Among the 17 occupants of the plane, all of whom were killed, were three other Canadians, Flt.-Lieut. W.A. Young, Brussels, Ont., F.O. K.F. Study, Verdun, Que., and F.O. R.J.N.A. Dagenais, Montreal.
F.O. Fee was born in Trenton and received his education at Lindsay and Midland high-schools. Before enlisting in R.C.A.F. ground crew in 1941, he was manager of a shoe store in Port Hope.
He was with the ground crew at Gander Bay, Newfoundland, for six months and the remustered [sic] to air crew and took his training at St. Thomas before getting his wings as pilot and commission at Brantford July 1, 1943.
He expected to be home next March and was to marry then. Surviving besides his parents is a sister, Mrs. Lorraine Eames.