Author Tags: War
Frank Leighton graduated from engineering from the University of London following six years of war service in the Royal Air Force, mainly in the Air-Sea-Rescue service. He retired from a Vancouver consulting engineering firm as Vice-Chairman in 1984. During his career, he consulted on projects in more than 30 countries, serving on numerous civic boards and commissions. Until 2000, he was a Commissioner on the BC Utilities Commission. His memoir covers a period from 1919 to 1949, including his descriptions of being under seige in Malta for a year.
DATE OF BIRTH: 1919
PLACE OF BIRTH: Norwich, England
ARRIVAL IN CANADA: after 1949
EMPLOYMENT OTHER THAN WRITING: Vancouver consulting firm: Swan Wooster Engineering.
Frayed Lifelines: A Siege Survivor's Story, a memoir of before, during and after the 1940-1942 siege of Malta, G.C. (Trafford, 2002)
[BCBW 2004] "War"