David Allen Chesher

January 1, 1958 - October 19, 2022
October 27, 2022 5 Condolences Print Obituary

David passed away peacefully Oct, 19, 2022 of Covid after receiving a Double Lung Transplant. He leaves to mourn: Wife Deborah, Sons Ryan and Johnathan/Tawni and 3 grandchildren Skyler/Ronin/Corbin. Brother Steve/Joanne, Sister Wendy/Lee, and Cousins/Aunt "Berry" Family, and Nieces Craig/Cindy, Dean/Carla, and all other family members including Doctor Dhanoa.

We thank all the Doctors and Nurses in ICU EC4 at UofA Hospital for all their hard work and support.

David worked as an Industrial Electrician/Instrumentation for Local 424 for many years. He graduated from College with a 2yr Diploma, and obtained numerous Certificates from NAIT, He received the "Citizen of Edmonton Award" for his couragous aid of a senior.

David was born in Edmonton January 1, 1958 and grew up on the south side of the city where he enjoyed playing in the creek and river valley. He loved being active, riding his bike, walking, and going to concerts. His passion was seeking fortune from Auction Houses. For those that knew David, knew he had an uncanny ability to be late for everything, but had an infectious laugh, was kind and caring, and will : be sadly missed by all,

As per David's request, there will be no funeral but a "celebration of life" will be scheduled at a later date and posted with IBEW Local 424 for those who wish to attend.

  1. Hi deb, we met in post transplant physio. Our sincerest condolences to you and your family. I’m George Tatton’s wife Sheila Tatton. George passed away on October 12,2022- his obituary is also on this page. Please let me know if you’d like to talk.. Sheila Tatton

    • I’m am sorry for your loss…complications with his lungs. Dave died of Respiratory Failure his lungs gave out. …we should get together . My phone number is: 780-474-9849.

  2. I’m so extremely sorry for your loss. My Dad talked fondly of all his transplant buddies and all the amazing staff at the U of A. I’m George Tattons oldest daughter and wanted to send my love and know I’m thinking of you and your family ❤

  3. I’m so terribly sorry for Davey and all of your family.

    Please feel free to call me if I can help in any way.

    “Cousin” Dawn (who still remembers Debbie’s fabulous ginger bread houses, and the gatherings we had for Christmas at my mom’s house),

    • Please let me know if you are holding a celebration of life. You can text my phone or email me at dawn.campbell @gmail.com. xo

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