Collett Creek

British Columbia. Creek: Fraser River drainage
Flows NE into Fraser River S of Raush River
53.165 N 119.9317 W — Map 083E04 — GoogleGeoHack
Name officially adopted in 1988
Official in BCCanada
Pilot Officer Alfred John Collett

Pilot Officer Alfred John Collett
Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Named to remember Alfred John Collett, a Pilot Officer in the Royal Canadian Air Force killed in action 11 June 1944. He enlisted at New Westminster on 12 December 1942 and was serving with 460 (R.A.F.F) Squadron when he was killed. Buried at Viroflay New Communal Cemetery, Yvelines, France, grave B- 23.

According to his RCAF Service Book, Collett was born on 18 August 1915. Religion Presbyterian . Occupation in civilian life: Lumber manufacturer. Person to be informed of casualties: Mrs. M. S. Collett, RR1, New Westminster BC.

Written on the top of his service book: Missing 10 June 1944.


  • The Canadian Virtual War Memorial. CVWM, Pilot Officer Alfred John Collett. CVWM
  • British Columbia Geographical Names. Collett Creek

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