DAVID LYNN DENNISON
was born on September 6, 1943 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. He passed away peacefully on March 30th in Mills Memorial Hospital in Terrace, B.C.
David was truly an amazing man. A farmer at heart, he was also an electrician, mechanic, inventor, and builder. He was the one man who could do everything. David was a proud man who
worked extremely hard, believed in respect and honour, lead by example, and always took the time to pass on the knowledge he had to others. He took pride in everything he did and anything he built was built to last.
David loved being a part of the community. He was involved in the ski club, badminton club, chess club, and yacht club. He always tried to make the community a better place to live in and as a leader he set the example that others lived by.
David cherished time with his family. He would spend winters with his family skiing and snowmobiling and spend summers boating the coast of B.C. He loved his grandchildren and enjoyed being a part of all of their accomplishments.
With his wife Faye he found Maui as his second home. Whether it was long walks along the beach, flying a kite in the wind, or building a sandcastle in the sand, David always maintained his youth, enthusiasm and energy.
Dad, you were an amazing role model for us and an amazing Father. You supported us in every aspect of our lives and gave us every opportunity that we could have ever asked for. You taught us strength, the value of life, and the true meaning of family. We are so very proud of you and of everything you have accomplished. There is nothing in this world that we wouldn’t give to have you with us in our ives. We miss you dearly.
David is survived by his daughter Delee and fiance Jim, his son Troy and daughter-in-law Nicki, his two very special grandchildren Heidi and Ryan, and by his family in Saskatchewan; his sister Jeannie, brother Larry, and mother Winnie.
A grave side service was held on April 4, 2009. David now rests with his best friend, lover, and wife, Faye. They are Soul Mates forever.