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Kenneth Leslie Soucie Kenneth Leslie Soucie has achieved a number of important feats in his lifetime He served over 31 years in the military fought all over the world trying to keep peace and had two successful sons Born on November 25th 1951 to Harold and Claire Soucie He was born in Windsor Ontario Ken was the eighth born in a family of eleven children Ken and his family grew up just above the poverty level Ken had to share his room with four other brothers The room was very small and had two sets of bunk-beds and one bed in the closet Throughout his childhood Ken had it rough When he turned 16 he decided to move out He justifies his early leaving as having to do it for the sake of his brothers and sisters He figured that with him feeding himself this would provide more food for his family Ken was in grade eleven at WD Lowe technical school when he was first out of the house He shared an apartment with a war veteran who was unemployed and living off welfare Fortunately Kenneth found a decent paying job at a local automotive manufacturing shop and was able to keep this job throughout his schooling Ken graduated the general machinist program even while he was still working steady afternoons and occasional night shifts At eighteen Kenneth joined the Canadian military He believes that his strong self-discipline and good work ethics gave him the upper edge on other troops in his rank standings After almost two years Ken was upgraded to Master Corporal This rank can take up to 6 years to get and only very good soldiers can get it this fast After four years in the military Kenneth met a young lady named Carol Faught They met inside of the army bases pub and immediately hit it off They spent the rest of the night
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