Carrickfergus Branch of the RAF Association mourn the Passing of WWll Hero David Moffatt
The RAF Association’s Carrickfergus Branch, join the family of World War Two Lancaster Bomber hero, in mourning the passing of 97-year-old member, Warrant Officer David Moffatt.
Branch Chairman, Wing Commander Noel Williams, said: “David will be laid to rest on Wednesday 16 March following a Service of Thanks Giving in the Congregational Church, Albert Road, Carrickfergus, at 11:00.
“David joined the RAF in February 1943 and following training became a Rear Gunner on 166 Lancaster Sqn, where he flew his assigned 30 missions, going on to volunteer to do three more before wars end.
“He will be sadly missed by his family, RAF Association colleagues, and by the public who would have seen him at the many Wings Appeal stalls throughout the town as he raised funds for the welfare of other veterans".