David Gordon Iseke

July 23, 1940 - September 2, 2023
September 5, 2023 20 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

It is with great sadness that the family of David Gordon Iseke announce his peaceful passing on September 2, 2023 at Shepherd’s Care Kensington, Edmonton.

David is survived by his loving wife Kay Hendriks-Iseke of 33 years, Step-children; Gregory Doll (Sandra), Garret Doll (Lisa), Stacey Doll (Susan), Nicole Manson (Tim).

Grandchildren; Birkley Doll (Allen), Tanner Doll (Elyse), Jenna Doll (Josh), Keira Doll (Ben), Makayla Doll (Geoff), Keegan Doll, Austin Doll, Jaydan Manson, Chloe Manson and Logan Langley. Great grandchildren Karter, Aria, Ava and Zoe. Sisters, Marina Van Imschoot, Linda Van Imschoot (Andy), Sister-in-law Carol Iseke, numerous nieces, nephews and many friends.

David was predeceased by his parents Herman and Lillian Iseke, brothers Firman and Bernard Iseke, sister Doreen Pawlyna and daughter Lauranne Iseke.

Dave always worked in sales, selling farm equipment until his retirement. He loved interacting and sharing stories with the farmers and visiting Tim Hortons to meet with his friends for coffee and chat.

Dave’s sense of humour and storytelling will be greatly missed. He loved his grandchildren so much. He would spend hours teaching them about the mechanics of things, building birdhouses, sharing stories, field trip adventures and always going to watch their dance and sports events. He loved the family and neighbourhood dogs and always had a bag of treats for them.

In keeping with Dave’s wishes there will be no service.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to a charity of your choice.

  1. Kay and family I am so very sorry for your loss. May all the great memories bring you comfort during this hard time.

    • Thank you Ethel for all your support & kindness.

  2. Kay and family,
    Our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    Karen and Calvin

    • Thank you Karen & Calvin for your kind remarkss.

  3. With our Deepest Sympathy,
    Sending caring thoughts to you, Kay, and your entire family as you move through these difficult days.

    • Thank you Jerry & Cheryl from myself and my family for your love & kindness.

  4. My condolences to Kay and the family. Thinking of you during this difficult time.

    • Thank you Roxanne. Means so much to me.

  5. Was so sorry to hear of Dave’s passing. May each of you hold onto a special memory of Dave and know that he will be with all of you in the days and years to come.❤❤

    • Thank you Kelly. Dave and your mom are chatting it up right now. Love you.

  6. My sympathy to Linda (Andy), Marina, Kay, Carol & families
    David’s passing is a big loss.

    Moving away from Saskatchewan, I first met my cousins (the Iseke family) in the summer of 1958, when I was 7 years old.
    David was always a caring, fun loving & special person and he was always there, to help others.
    I can still see him cruising the streets of St. Albert in his 2-door, 2-tone ’52 Chevy Deluxe.

    • Thank you Tom for the memories.

  7. My sincere condolences Kay and family on your loss of Dave.

    • Thank you Terrie for your kind message.

  8. I’m so sorry for your loss. Love to you all always.

    • Thank you Sam for all the love.

  9. My deepest condolences. I have fond memories of ‘Uncle’ Dave. I am sorry for your loss.

    • Thank you Joanne. Dave left an impression on everyone.

  10. I was so sorry to hear about Dave passing away. I enjoyed the few times that I spent with him over a hamburger (he did love hamburgers) chatting. I know he is going to be missed be a lot of people.

    • Thank you Bev. Yes, you two loved your hamburgers. Again thank you for all your support and kindness.

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