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He will be sadly missed by his beloved wife, Kiersten; and son, Nic (Micaela); as well as his mother, Joan Dyson; and families.
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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 25, 2020
Condolences & Memories (2 entries)
Wayne is my brother so i also met Dave through Major & Minor. My continuing connection with Dave was as a friend through phone calls or advise on different labor issues i had in business. Call display became an enemy for as i would call Dave, his response was not a HI - HOW ARE YOU , but more of a WHAT DID YOU DO WRONG NOW ! He would then proceed to tell me how my brother and i had the same mixed up logic on the issue and would help me understand the way things needed to be handled. Mostly it was just a great enjoyment to discuss issues with Dave and he was always willing to participate! Dave - i will miss the time you gave me and Marg and i wish all the best to your family. - Posted by: Barry & Marg Neville (friends ) on: Jan 30, 2020
So sorry to hear of Dave's passing. In the late 70s Heather and I came to know Dave through his interest in music and computers. There was something compelling about Dave. His intellect and temperament, his sense of humor and overall attitude made him the type of person you wanted to be around. We spent many hours together in a very informal business environment. Mostly brain storming, having a few drinks, working on software, or just generally discussing business and life's trials and tribulations. We'd tease him about his complete lack of skill in making his homemade wine and remind him he could be spending his time and money on drinking good alcohol. Dave was a valuable shadow member of the M&M team and a good friend. - Posted by: Wayne & Heather Neville (Friend) on: Jan 25, 2020
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