Location: Middlesex County N 43 00.291 W 81 30.786
In Poplar Hill Park, off of Poplar Hill Road.
This memorial is dedicated to the men of Lobo Township who made the supreme sacrifice in the two World Wars. The Memorial Park was established in 1919 to honour those lost in the Great War.
The back of the memorial is dedicated to the pioneers and settlers of Lobo. A black metal fence guards the memorial from curious passers by, although a gate does allow access. This park can be very busy at times with many different activities happening, so this small level of protection is welcome in this instance, as not everyone understands the respect that should be given to local cenotaphs. Lest We Forget.
TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND DEDICATED TO THE OFFICERS,
NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS, AMD MEN OF
LOBO TOWNSHIP, WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
IN THE TWO WORLD WARS
BASIL A. BOWMAN
PERCY C. CAVERHLL
WILLIAM P. COCHRANE
DUGALD S. McARTHUR
WILLIAM J. NAGEL
RALPH W. ROBINSON
WINLOW J. STANLEY
NORMAN G. PEARCE
RUSSEL C. ZAVITZ
THEY HEARD THE CALL OF DUTY
DEDICATED IN MEMORY OF THE
PIONEERS AND SETTLERS OF LOBO TOWNSHIP
AND THE LOBO SCHOOL PICNIC COMMITTEES