USCG Auxiliary should definitely make it a priority to remember its members who have fallen while serving in the armed forces and/or serving their communities.
I know this since I tried to find it but the Auxiliary has no list of those members who died while serving in the Auxiliary in WWII. A USCG monograph mentions several members, serving as Auxies not Temporary Reservists (TRs), died on duty. Most of those were cold/weather related or heart attacks. Yet no list exists of who they were. The Aux has several memorials for its members who died on duty while on air missions but there are no memorials or even a list of names of those who died during boat ops. There are at least three, who all died in the same incident. So if the Aux cannot and will not track its members who died on duty, I doubt they would have much interest in tracking those who were members but died during activities that were not directly Aux related and under USCG orders.