NORTH SHORE ATHLETE
Advice has been received by Mr. and Mrs. H. Evans, of Calliope Road, Devonport, that their son, ScrgeantGunner Bernard George ("Bunny") Evans has been killed in the course of air operations. Sergeant-Gunner Evans was well-known in sporting circles on the .North Shore.
Born at Takapuna and educated at the Takapuna School, he volunteered for the Air Force about 18 months ago. After six months' preliminary training at Levin and Ohakea he left for Scotland, where he completed his training as an air gunner
Sergeant-Gunner Evans played first grade Rugby for the Takapuna Club and was later a member of the senior North Shore League team. He was also a successful competitor in Takapuna Cycling Club events, and So? s'uYTcTub. 0 ' thG Taka * una
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AIRMAN'S DEATH, Auckland Star, Volume LXXII, Issue 194, 18 August 1941
AIRMAN'S DEATH Auckland Star, Volume LXXII, Issue 194, 18 August 1941
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