David Kenneth McLellan

November 7, 2018 8 Condolences Print Obituary

March 22, 1956-Nov 4, 2018 

 

It is with the deepest sadness to announce the passing of a much loved Son, Father, Grandfather, Brother and Friend after a valiant fight following Double Lung Transplant surgery. He left behind to cherish his memory his Parents Kenneth and Mary Mclellan, two daughters Christine McLellan, and Karen (Jay) Cunningham, Grandchildren Adrian Knull, Emma and Jenna Cunningham, Brother Darren (Fiona) Mclellan, and Sisters Debra Jackson, Deanna Amirault and Donna McLellan. David will be also be greatly missed by his nieces and nephews, Aunts, Uncles and long time friends and co workers.

 

David was an easy going guy who would always help a friend any way he could, and until he couldn’t, he was an avid hunter, fisherman, knife maker and basement farmer. (Tomato Plants!)

Please join us for Daves Celebration of Life

Killarney Hall, Sunday November 25, 2018 @ 1:00 pm-4:00pm

8720 130A Ave NW, Edmonton, AB

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to

 

Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute 11220 83 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6G 2J2

  1. Miss you buddy can’t wait till we meet again ??‍?

  2. I grew up with Dave as kids we lived across the street, in our later years we enjoyed going to Port Hardy fishing together. He will be missed my thoughts and prayers to Mary and Ken and family

  3. Dave was a true friend always friendly to talk to and willing to help you or make fun of you joking he will be truly missed

  4. Dave you will be missed as a neighbor and a friend rest in peace.

  5. Dave will be greatly missed. We cherish many great times together: bird & big game hunting, ice fishing, salmon fishing, camping & quadding. He was “always there” to lend a hand as a friend and a co-worker.

  6. Will greatly miss a fellow hunter and artist in making knives. That hobby really demonstrated his exceptional talent in metallurgy! Spent many an hour talking fishing and hunting and will miss those visits when I would go to Edmonton.

  7. Spent many hours together enjoying the outdoors, camping, fishing, shooting, as well as get together’s with his family on many Saturday evenings. Dave enjoyed life and will be missed by Madeleine, myself and family. Rest in Peace dear friend.

  8. Oh my Dear …
    I went to see Dave today on 83rd street….I have missed Dave since my mom has passed…Many times I stopped and he was never around.or we wouldmake plans but never pan out..My aunt Dianne has been missing his calls…he would phone to CapeBreton on Sundays and they would chat.. Dave made my mom a happy person.. and we all loved him dearly for tat RIP Dave….fly high!

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