Source: Page Duty Nobly Done page 173.
Mentioned in A.P.M. War Diary as missing.
DR. CHARLES B. STOVER, 78, died on December 11, 1959. He was born in Kent County, had his secondary educations in Chatham, and graduated from Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto, in 1907. He practised dentistry in Windsor until he commenced the study of medicine in Toronto University, graduating in 1919. This was followed by an internship of one year in Toronto General Hospital. He commenced the practice of medicine in Windsor in 1920. The years 1921 to 1923 were spent in Roosevelt Hospital in New York and the North-western Hospital in Chicago. He carried on the practice of his specialty of eye, ear, nose and throat diseases in Windsor until the time of his death.
During World War 1 he served with the 18th Battalion C.E.F. until 1915, training in Canada and England.
He was a member of Essex County Medical Society and the Ontario Medical Association, the Essex County Golf Club and Windsor Club.
Dr. Stover was married in 1914 to Miss Florence A. Bell, who predeceased him in January 1959. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Hames Smith-Ross, tow grandsons, and one granddaughter living in England, and ones sister, Mrs. Hyslip, living in Montreal.