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Date of Passing: Nov 02, 1999

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DALE HOWARD DAVIS It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dale Howard Davis on November 2, 1999. Dale is survived by his wife, Marilyn; son Lee (friend Christine) his brother Dennis (Christine) and family; his sister Debbie (Wayne) and family; his brother-in-law Doug Davison (Linda) and family; and Buzz and Gail Lamond with godchildren Jason and Janna; grandfather William Hamilton and numerous relatives and friends. Dale was born on February 27, 1947 to William and Frances Davis (deceased) in Winnipeg. Dale lead a very full life with great love of family and friends. His love of sports left him with a wide range of interests and friends. This legacy has been passed on to his only son Lee, for whom Dale had the utmost of love and respect. Dales sports interests started at a young age playing Junior Hockey for the Winnipeg Rangers. This interest is only surpassed by the love that he and his son had for the sport of hockey, as evidenced by his many years of coaching and volunteer work both at Roblin Park and with the Charleswood Hawks. To Dales delight and pride, Lee excelled as a player and a team leader. An avid golfer, Dale will be fondly remembered by his many pals on the links in both Winnipeg and his Heaven on Earth, their summer home at Victoria Beach. He was also extremely proud of his long association with the Northern Curling Club at the Granite, where he started curling with his Dad and brother in 1966. Family and its importance in life was Dales central focus. A wonderful husband, father and companion will be lovingly remembered and missed. A celebration of Dales life will held at Breezy Bend Country Club, 7620 Roblin Blvd., on Saturday, November 6 at 2:00 p.m. Friends and well wishers are asked to attend this celebration. Those who wish can make a donation in Dales memory to the Canadian Cancer Society. Flowers are gratefully declined.

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Nov 04, 1999

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