Danilo Angelo Bertoli

March 4, 2013 5 Condolences Print Obituary

June 23, 1967 - February 25, 2013

On Monday February 25, 2013 Danilo Bertoli of Ardrossan passed away at the age of 45 years.

Danilo is survived by his loving wife Gwen; adoring mother Marlene, sister Danila (Blair) Art, brothers: Dean (Stacy), Derrick (Dayna), nephew Daylan and his dog Viva LaBella as well as numerous relatives and dear friends. Danilo was predeceased by his father Silvio.

Celebration of Danilo's Life
10:30AM Friday March 8, 2013
North Pointe Community Church
14025-167 Avenue Edmonton, AB

  1. Gwen, I am so sorry to hear of Danilo’s passing. You two were a couple that I’ll never forget. Please know that I am keeping you in my prayers.

    Anna Diogo
    A & A Creations

  2. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time with the loss of your loved one.

  3. Dear Uncle Harry, Aunt Maxine, Gwen and Families:
    We are very sad to hear about the passing of Danilo. We extend to all our most sincere expression of sympathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time.
    Ray and Mary Ann Korpesio

  4. Dear Gwen and Family,

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Love, light and blessings Danilo, may you have peace and know that you are loved. God bless all who loved him as we keep him with us in our hearts and minds.

  5. Hi there,
    I am so sorry to read of Danny’s passing. I knew Danny in the early 90’s when through circumstance Danny was traveling through difficult times. I kept in contact with him until December of 1998 when I visited Edmonton and saw Danny and Gwen before they married, we went out for a fun lunch and visit at the Spaghetti Factory. We lost touch after that, but I often thought of him . Danny was one of those special unforgettable people, with a heart of gold, soft hearted, someone you couldn’t help but love. I remember his caring so much for his mom and family. I remember a friend of Danny’s going through a hard time, struggling with money worries, I remember Danny kindly giving this person a one hundred dollar bill secretly slipping it into their wallet, the surprise on that persons face when they found it in their empty wallet and how that money made such a huge difference to that persons life. I am sure that Danny really couldn’t afford to do this and probably went without himself but that’s how he was. Sending condolences and best wishes to Gwen, all of Danny’s family, he was a fine person and a very good soul.
    Light and blessings to all of you, (Meaning may all good things come your way),
    Catherine

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