Gleadow, Mabel Elizabeth, 1909-1968

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Gleadow, Mabel Elizabeth, 1909-1968

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Mabel Elizabeth Taylor was born in 1909 in Dauphin, Manitoba. She had four sisters and four brothers. She completed her nursing training in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1931. In 1937, she married Norman Gleadow, an RCMP constable who was killed in the line of duty in October, 1939. From 1941 to 1945, she served as a nursing sister with the Canadian Army in various parts of Europe. In 1946, Mabel Gleadow became the first flight nurse of the Saskatchewan Air Ambulance Service in Regina. In 1947 she moved to Esterhazy, Saskatchewan, where she worked as a nurse until her return to Regina in 1957. She worked as a nurse at the Grey Nuns Hospital and was matron of Parkside Nursing Home. Mabel Gleadow died on January 6, 1968 in Regina and is buried in Riverside Memorial Park. Mabel Gleadow married Alexander Lukiwski in 1947. They had two sons, Terry and Thomas. Alexander Lukiwski died on March 18, 1988 and is also buried at Riverside Memorial Park.

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