Steven Edward Dieter, CD

Steven Edward Dieter

1970 -

Nationality: Canadian
Country of Service: Canada
Branch of Service: Army
Unit: Public Affairs
Final Rank: Captain
Dates Served: 14 Dec 1998 - 06 Jan 2021
Where Served: Canada
Comments: Currently Corporate Services Coordinator and Casualty Identification Historian at Directorate of History and Heritage at Department of National Defence in Ottawa.
Minister of Veterans Affairs Commendation 2012 Marshall Fenn Cup 2009 QEII Diamond Jubilee Medal 2012
Receiving the Minister of Veterans Affairs Commendation from The Honourable Steven Blaney, Minister of Veterans Affairs, in 2012 for his research and reporting on Canadian military personnel buried at Up Park Camp Cemetery, Kingston, Jamaica. Steven was deployed to Jamaica during Operation Jaguar, August - November, 2011. Holding the Marshall Fenn Cup, awarded for his speech on Leadership and Public Affairs, 2009. Receiving the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal from Senator Joseph A. Day in 2012 at an awards presentation held at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum during the Air Force Association of Canada AGM. This medal recognizes his community involvement as Zone Public Relations Chair for the Royal Canadian Legion's Ottawa Region.

  Master of Arts in Military History, 2013  
  Receiving his Master of Arts in Military History from Norwich University (Vermont), 14 June 2013.  

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