Dec 01, 2013
By Bob Komsic
Cliff Chadderton, who served as the face of The War Amps for over 40 years, has died.
The influential developer of innovative programs and services for war, civilian and child amputees was 94.
Chadderton lost part of his right leg in October 1944 while in charge of a company of the Royal Winnipeg Rifles, fighting in Belgium and Holland.
After the war, he held several positions in The War Amps before becoming its head in 1965.
Chadderton was a Companion of the Order of Canada and also a member of the Order of Ontario.
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