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Program for RCMP regimental funeral service in Moncton for three slain Mounties

MONCTON, N.B. - The program for the RCMP regimental funeral service Tuesday at 1 p.m. AT at the Moncton Coliseum for constables Fabrice Georges Gevaudan, Douglas James Larche and Dave Joseph Ross, who were killed in the line of duty Wednesday, June 4:

Memorial Procession — Chaplain Jim Turner and Corps Sgt. Maj. Darren Campbell

Opening Remarks — Cpl. Chantal Farrah, Master of Ceremonies

O Canada

Opening Prayer — Chaplain Gary Cowper

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Services

Larche Family

Chaplain, Father Arthur Bourgeois

Musical Selection – Violinist Cpl. Guy Paul Larocque

Ross Family

Pastors Jerry Reddy and Gordon Horseman, assisted by Chaplain Lorne Freake

Musical Selection – Violinist Cpl. Guy Paul Larocque

Gevaudan Family

Spiritual Adviser, Geoffrey McLatchie

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Participating Dignitaries

Prime Minister Stephen Harper

RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson

Assistant Commissioner Roger Brown, the RCMP commanding officer for New Brunswick

Supt. Marlene Snowman, officer-in-charge at Codiac Regional RCMP detachment

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Benediction — Archbishop Valery Vienneau

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Last Post Ceremony

Last Post — Karim Mahrady

One Minute of Silence

Lament — Brian Morrison

Reveille — Phillip Garrett

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