Captain Archibald (Archie) James Pell; Taken on strength as a Chaplain in 15th Field Artillery Regiment RCA as a Captain on 28 July 1992, qualified Basic Critical Incident Stress on 26 March 1993, qualified Advanced Critical Incident Stress on 27 March 1983, transferred to Supplementary Holding Reserve on 29 December 1997, appointed Regimental Major.
Captain Ellis Wah-king Chan; Taken on strength 15th Field Artillery Regiment as Chaplain, Captain, released.
Captain V.M. Ford; Taken on strength 15th Field Artillery Regiment RCA, Regimental Padre in 1968 and 1969.
Captain Joseph Patrick Carney; Regimental Padre in 15th Field Artillery Regiment RCA in 1965, editor of 1965 camp newsletter, deceased 19 Aug 2014.
Captain JW (Whin) Robinson; RCAChC, 43rd Medium Anti-Aircraft Regiment RCA in 1958.
W. Garbutt; Attached to 15th Field Regiment RCA from Western Command Chaplain Unit on 19 Jan 1956.
CP Bishop; Attached from Supplementary Reserve (RCAchC) 15th Field Regiment RCA 6 July 1952, struck off strength 19 July 1952.
James E Whittles; Enlisted Canadian Active Service Force 1941, taken on strength 17th North British Columbia Coast Regiment, volunteered for overseas 1942, landed Juno Beach 6 June 1944, attached FAP from Headquarters 5 Divisional Artillery to 15 Field Regiment RCA as Honorary Captain RCAChC 10 June 1949, ceases attachment from HQ 5 Divisional Artillery 27 February 1953, attached FAP from Western Command Chaplain Unit RCAChC 28 February 1953, ceases attachment FAP from Western Command Chaplain Unit RCAChC 31 December 1954, attached for duty from 24 Militia Group Headquarters 1 January 1955, ceases to be attached from 24 Militia Group Headquarters 29 February 1956.
Honorary Captain George Angus William Lark; Attached from HQ RCA 5 Div as Honorary Captain in 15th Field Regiment RCA 18 March 1948 from RCAChC, ceases to be attached on appointment to Regular Force 30 December 1948.
Honorary Captain Frederick Arthur Ramsey; Taken on strength 99th Manitoba Rangers, attested 181st Overseas Battalion as a Private, Honorary Captain attached as Chaplain 15th (Vancouver) Coast Brigade RCA NPAM from 11 October 1940 to 1941, attached 15th Coast Brigade RCA AF effective 4 March 1941, padre of Shaughnessy Military Hospital, deceased 13 November 1984, buried Mountain View Cemetery.
Honorary Captain James Alan Munro; Born Winnipeg, MB 11 Sep 1926; married Donelda Morrison 10 Aug 1933; inducted Minister of Cooke's Presbyterian church Chilliwack BC Aug 1937; taken on strength 15th (Vancouver) Coast Brigade, RCA CASF Oct 1940; taken on strength 5th Light Ant-Aircraft Regiment RCA Dec 1941; taken on strength 4th Anti-Tank Regiment RCA 1944; wounded Feb 1945; deceased 20 Jun 1972.
Honorary Captain George Biddle; Rector at St Philips Anglican Church 1937, conducted radio program "At Eventide" on CJOR every Tuesday at 9:00 PM, Honorary Captain, Chaplain in 1939.
Honorary Captain Frederick Hugh Wilkinson, MM; Taken on strength 2nd F.C.C.E, attested Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force 1 February 1916, assigned regimental #541688, arrive England 25 March 1916, taken on strength 4th Division Signal Company Canadian Engineers 5 June 1916, proceeded overseas 11 August 1916, awarded Military Medal 6 August 1917, appointed Lance Corporal 26 May 1918, wounded 1 October 1918, awarded Bar to Military Medal 3 November 1918, awarded second Bar to Military Medal 4 December 1918, discharged 27 March 1919, ordained in 1925, curate at the Church of the Ascension Hamilton Ontario, professor at the College of Emmanuel and St. Chad Saskatoon, Rector St Stephen's Calgary, Sub-Dean of Christ Church Cathedral Vancouver from 1932 to 1936, Honorary Captain, taken on strength 15th Brigade Canadian Field Artillery, Brigade Chaplain 1933, incumbencies at St James's Montreal and St Paul’s Toronto, Honorary Major 1951, awarded Efficiency Decoration 19 March 1951, coadjutor bishop of the Diocese of Toronto 1953, diocesan bishop 1955, served until 1966, deceased 1980.
Captain W.H.H. Sparks; Church of England Chaplain attached to 8th Brigade Canadian Field Artillery 1 October 1917, 31st Field Battery was a sub-unit of this Brigade at this time.