Capt Pete Vallee, CD

It is with great sadness that we learned of the passing of Capt Pete Vallee, CD (Retired/Retraité) who served with the R 22e R and with the Airborne Regiment with 1 CDO and the AB School in Rivers and Edmonton for many years and trained jumped with the Sky Hawks in Edmonton during the 70’s.

Memorial Services will be held on Feb 20th at J.J. Cardinal at 560 Lakeshore Drive, Dorval, Quebec.

Viewing will commence at 13:00, with the service beginning at 16:00.

4 Responses to “Capt Pete Vallee, CD”

  1. on 21 Feb 2010 at 5:30 pmReg

    I knew Pete though the Airborne school & the Skyhawks, rest in peace old freind……Reg…..

  2. on 14 Mar 2010 at 3:13 pmart tmpkins

    pete
    it was just yesterday that i had go to and get
    “YOU and RICK HARDY” out of the guard room
    for a little to much at the PROP BLAST
    and then we went back to the REST EASY
    and had few more by ourselves

    airborne
    art tompkins

  3. on 03 Mar 2011 at 7:13 pmdugasJR

    A good friend of my father…WO Gerry Dugas….Always had really fun stories about ..as I knew him”Mr Vallee”

  4. on 08 Aug 2013 at 10:16 pmMajor Michel Gagné, CD, R22eR

    True name is Jean-Yves Vallée (nicknamed “Pit”/”Pete”).
    A tough “son of a gun”, a very good friend of mine and better than my own brother. During a break in his military career, while a sergeant with 4R22eR (Militia), he made me do my first six jumps at a civilian club in May/June 1966. Based on his leadership, three months later I joined the regular forces and ended up serving more than 30 years. We lost touch when he transferred from the R22eR to the PPCLI and we then saw each other only every 5-8 years or so. I feel very bad that I learned of his death over two years after the fact. Rest in peace “Pit”, you were the perfect example of a true soldier.

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