Warrant Officer Glenn Miller C.D. served 25 years in the Royal Canadian Artillery from 1982 -2007. Half of his career was in Lethbridge. After retiring Glenn completed the Communications Arts Program majoring in Advertising and Public Relations at Lethbridge College in 2009 where his next employment saw him work for two local Members of the Legislative Assembly and Alberta Senator Joyce Fairbairn.
He has volunteered and contributed to the Lethbridge community through a number of non-profit organizations serving in leadership roles. Glenn has championed causes and activities in the promotion of remembrance. He has also served as Service Officer assisting Veterans and their families for over a decade with the General Stewart Branch No.4 Royal Canadian Legion. On Remembrance Day 2018 he was inducted into the Blood Tribe Headdress Society and given the Blackfoot name Ikkayayoohkitopi (Fast Horse Rider). Glenn is retired in Lethbridge with his wife and enjoys spending time with his two daughters and grandchildren.
2024 Banner Application Deadline
Banner applications for 2023 are closed. Applications for 2024 are now being accepted. They must be received no later than June 30th, 2024. Only 90 additional (over and above the 2023 banners) will be displayed in the lead up to the 2024 Remembrance Day so sponsorships will again be available on a first come first served basis.