Pilot Officer Norman Kellner of Toronto, Ontario, was reported missing and presumed dead following air operations over Germany, according to an official announcement. Enlisting in the air force in 1941, Pilot Officer Kellner trained at Mountain View and received his wings at St. Hubert, Quebec, as a sergeant observer. On one of his missions, he flew a Halifax over Berlin. Three brothers served in the army: Irving in the Lincoln and Welland Regiment, David in the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals, and Morris in another regiment. A sister, Ruth, served with the Women’s Division of the R.C.A.F. Corporal Irving Kellner was wounded during the campaign in Belgium (Toronto Star, November 1, 1944).