Captain Herbert Gerard Muntz was born October 4, 1884, only son of Herbert A. and Helen Muntz, of Alport, Muskoka, Ontario. He was educated in Toronto and at the Royal Military College. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Yacht Club, and the Victoria Club.
- October 23, 1901 – Enlisted as a bugler with Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada
- 1902 – Served as bugler with Coronation Contingent for Edward VII
- April 1, 1903 – Transferred to Machine Gun Detachment, QOR
- February 17, 1904 – Promoted Corporal
- March 22, 1906 – Appointed Provisional Lieutenant
- May 11, 1912 – Promoted Captain
- 1910 – Proceeded to England with QOR Contingent for Army Maneuvers
- August, 1914 – Seconded for service with Canadian Expeditionary Force in 3rd Battalion and proceeded overseas
- Served in France with 3rd Battalion
- April 23, 1915 – Wounded at Langemarck
- April 28, 1915 – Died of wounds in a Boulogne hospital
He is buried in the Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France – II. B. 31.