Officer G. Coutland Morlock
Flying Officer G. Courtland “Court” Morlock attended St. Andrew's College for two academic years from 1936 to 1938.
In the Second World War he joined 408 Squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Force which flew Lancasters. He was shot down over Berlin on the night of 2 January 1944 and was taken prisoner, spending the remainder of the war in Stalag III.
After the war, he took a certificate course in Business Administration, graduated in October 1946 and went to work for Revenue Canada.
He died in Minden, Ontario in April 1989.