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The Duncan Shield Canoe Race
Raising Funds for Camp Quality at Camp Duncan

All Duncan Shield Winners and Times

Dedications

Please email any text and photos to duncansonline@gmail.com for us
to include on this page as a dedication of your participation and or pledge.


July 2, 2010

John Flatt - I dedicate my pledge in support of my cousin, John Duncan and to the the memories of my Dad, Jack Flatt, the first winner of the Duncan Shield and to the memories of my Mother, Dorothy Flatt (nee Duncan), my brother Rupert and my sister Jo Cox


July 2, 2010

Margie Shiner - John, thank you so much for your interest in the Duncan Memorial and all its history, and sharing it with us. It evokes so many memories of the wonderful summers we all spent at Loon with Grandparents, parents, siblings, aunts, uncles and cousins……all related to GRD. 

I am so impressed with your planned participation in the race this summer and I wish you great success!

It is gratifying to know that the Duncan Memorial Camp, Camp Quality and the Loon Lake Association are all functioning well.

With my pledge I think of the Duncan Clan in particular, those who have died and those who are still with us.

Love, Margie Shiner (nee Racine, daughter of Marion Racine, who is daughter of GRD.)

P.S.. do you think the time has come considering recent history, for the race to become co-ed?  I’m sure a few female relatives would be interested!!! 

Note to All: The Duncan Shield is co-ed!!
 


June 28, 2010

Dave Bradley - My wife Nancy and I join together to dedicate my participation in this year's running of the Duncan Shield to the memory of my Mother, Carol Bradley and my Mother-in-Law, Jean Petrick, both cancer victims.


June 28, 2010

Elizabeth Parker (Fred Duncan)

I dedicate my pledge – to my Dad Fred, to my Grandfather GRD, to sister my sister Ann, Ann Duncan, and to Uncle Gay GRD.   

I recall a visit by Uncle Gay and Aunt Fran when I was in Bethesda, shortly after the birth of my second son, Andrew.  Dad had died when I was pregnant with my first son, James.  And when I saw your Dad I could not stop crying – he reminded so of my Dad and I realized there was so much unresolved grief with his untimely death.

May you feel their spirits with you on this adventure. 

Elizabeth S. Parker, Ph.D.

Sports Neuropsychology, Memory Disorders  and Memory Fitness Clinical Professor, Neurology
University of California, Irvine
Consultant, Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim


June 28, 2010

Gayle Duncan, I pledge my donation in honour of my immortal father, John Duncan, who has yet to meet a challenge he hasn't surpassed. When he told me he planned to win the Duncan Shield, I thought he was nuts... but that was 12 months, 65 lbs, and 9000 bench-presses ago... besides, he's always been nuts! Go get 'em Zaida!! xox Gayle, Vic, Kobe and Ben


June 27, 2010

Robbie Duncan (Brother Gord) and Amy Dalbello

Hi Uncle John,

Just pledged 40 dollars, 20 from me 20 from Amy.  You can put on the website that we are donating in support of you, as well in memory of my Grandpa Duncan, Gaylen Rupert Duncan,  my Great Grandpa G.R. Duncan, and my Uncle Gaylen Duncan.

Good luck with the remainder of your training.

Talk to you soon,
Rob


June 27, 2010

Joe Bishop - I dedicate my pledge in support of my Mom's Husband, John Duncan and to the memory of my late sister, Raylene Reis, and her youngest son, my nephew, Thomas Reis


June 25, 2010

Frances Locke-Duncan -I dedicate my pledge in support of my son, John Duncan and to the memory of my husband Gaylen Rupert Duncan, and my son Gaylen Duncan


June 24, 2010

Jennifer Thompson (Duncan) - I dedicate my pledge in support of my brother John Duncan, and to the memory of my Dad, Gaylen Rupert Duncan and to the memory of my brother, Gaylen Duncan


June 24, 2010

John Duncan - I dedicate this year's participation and pledge in the Duncan Shield Canoe Race

to my Dad, Gaylen Rupert Duncan who passed away in 1988 and who won the race in 1933

To my Brother Gaylen Duncan who passed away in 2008 and was keenly interested in family history all his life.

To my Father's brother Uncle Fred, who passed away when I was a teenager and who won the race in 1934

To my Uncle Jack Flatt, who was the very first winner of the race in 1924 and who held the record time for 53 years.

To our daughter, Raylene Reis who passed away in 1995.

To our grandson Thomas Reis, who passed away at the age of eleven in 2004 from Leukemia

To Anne Duncan, Uncle Fred's daughter who passed away from cancer

To My Grandfather G.R. Duncan, who donated the shield to the Loon Lake Campers Association in 1924 and who watched his son-on-law (Dorothy) Jack Flatt win it the first two years it was held. G.R.D. died in 1942.


Gord and Libby Duncan - We dedicate our pledge in support of Gord's brother John Duncan, and to the memory of our Dad, Gaylen Rupert Duncan and to the memory of Gord's brother, Gaylen Duncan


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