David Michael Joseph Mimeault

November 11, 2018 27 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

David Michael Joseph Mimeault, born April 21, 1957 passed away on November 8, 2018 at the Edmonton General Hospital at the age of 61.

Born the fourth of five children in Jonquière, Quebec, Dave travelled west to Alberta where his ambitions lay in the oil and gas industry. He returned to Quebec for post secondary education in environmental sciences before moving back across Canada to Edmonton for the second time. He found work with Alberta Carpet Cleaning where, unbeknownst to him, his future wife worked in the phone division of the same company.

Eventually meeting on a fateful day, their relationship took off, working together from that point onwards and moving back east to Ottawa together. The two of them started a business, enjoying the positives and enduring the hardships of being their own bosses. For the last time, they moved back out west and settled in Edmonton, Alberta where their ties to the community grew.

While Dave never pursued the oil industry, he was a hard worker both at and outside of work. He volunteered for numerous years on the Oliver Community Board, dedicated time as a hockey coach on the Knights of Columbus Pee Wee Columbians as well as a coach and eventual president of East Park Little League. Many of his great memories came from his involvement in youth sports, he genuinely enjoyed giving back to the community, and seeing kids grow and succeed. Dave’s first love was baseball and while an assistant coach on the East Park Orioles, Dave grew as a coach as much as the team developed as players and people.

He approached life with a bit of a unique perspective, he wasn’t afraid to tell things how they were, and as a result, you could get genuine feedback on ideas. He loved to reminisce about his childhood, growing up in a community with his numerous cousins, lifelong friends, and the shenanigans they got into.

He loved his wife Mary Ellen, Son Dalen, parents, sisters and younger brother very much, and when they had kids themselves, he loved being and uncle. He held his friends in the same regard as family, appreciating his relationships all the way to the end. He looked out for others, was selfless in that he would spend time listening, talking and helping others. Dave will be remembered for his laughter and the laughter he often caused in his friends and family, for all the times he offered sage advice, and for the never-ending reach of his love.

Public Visitation
Tuesday November 13, 2018 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Trinity Funeral Home
10530 116 Street, Edmonton aB

Funeral Service
Wednesday November 14, 2018 10:00AM
Trinity Funeral Home Chapel
10530 116 Street, Edmonton AB

  1. I can’t even begin to put in words how so very sorry I am for your loss. I remember David as a smiley-aced kid who was the appleof his granny’s eye. You could see why. He was a great kid and clearly, that never changed. All of us, my mom, dad, Richard, Bob, Bruce and Michael send you our deepest condolences and giant Mimeault hugs. We’re with you in thought and spirit.

  2. Mes plus sincères condoléances à toute votre famille, particulièrement à Linda Mimeault et Serge Brasset.
    Mes pensées sont avec vous.

    Sylvie Jalbert

  3. My deapest sympaties to David’s family…so sad…My thoughts are with you ??????

    Therese (Greg Mimeault’s wife)

  4. Mes plus sincères condoléances à la famille et plus particulièrement à mon amie Linda.

  5. My sympathy fo David, he has left his residence many many years ago but I have only good memories of my cousin Dave. He was a real gentleman, and I am very sad to heat that David has left us. I give all my thoughts to the family and friends

  6. I have many fond baseball memories that involve Dave and his dry humour. Especially when I shared numerous hours in the score booth during one particular tournament. It makes me smile when I think of that look he could give when he’d raise one eyebrow as he made some dry quip about something incredibly …. thought provoking! Thank-you for your years of service, Dave, but most especially, for all the kicks and giggles.

  7. We were deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Dave. Our hearts go out to M.E. and Dalen. May your endless memories comfort and support you.

  8. To Dalen,
    So sorry you lost your Dad. I know you will miss him so. I will always keep the happy memories I have of him as a brother and as an uncle to Carl, Rebecca and Emilie. He was wonderful to rhem in their early years, living so close to all of us.

    Your aunt Louise X

    To Mary Ellen,
    Your love for our brother was comforting. Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us every day.
    So sorry for your loss.
    Your sister in law,

  9. I have so many wonderful memories growing up in Pointe Claire. I was so glad I got to meet you. That was a great neighbourhood with great people ; of which you were one. May you Rest In Peace Dave.

  10. I am so sorry for your loss Mary Ellen, Dalen, and extended family. Reading of the laughter in Dave’s obituary, I still remember well a ride in a white van driven by him (not sure of the number of passengers or even who they all were) in the Market area of Ottawa one evening way back when. Brings a huge smile to my face. Please know that so many thoughts, prayers, and love are being sent to you at this difficult time. Lucy & Myles

  11. Sorry to hear about David’s passing. Looks like he had a great life and a great family. Too bad it was so short. He will have left his mark in this world…

  12. À toute la famille, parents et amis de David,
    Nous tenons à vous offrir toutes nos condoléances. À vous et particulièrement à Mme Mimeault, Serge, Linda, Édith et Charles, nous sommes avec vous et nos pensées vous accompagnent pendant cette période difficile !!

    La famille Brasset-Latulippe.

  13. Nothing but fond memories of David in the brief times we spent together growing up on Jean Talon Street & Peron Street. Sincerest condolences to all of the Mimeault family. May you find some comfort in memories of the great times you spent together.

    Judy Mimeault

  14. My deepest sympathies on the loss of David in this life. Memories of visits always involved laughter and mischief most times with David leading the way. I hope all of the memories you have of his beautiful soul will bring you comfort in the days and months ahead. He will always be with you.

    Love and prayers,
    Diane (Mimeault) Sass

  15. Saddened deeply by this. ME and Dalen I wish that as time goes you think of Dave and enjoy memories.

  16. Mary Ellen, I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your husband. Although times will be difficult, hand in there and cherish the warm memories you have of special moments. You’re in my thoughts and prayers. Take care.

  17. Oh M.E. I am so, so sorry to hear this tragic news. I know that no words will ease your pain but if you ever need a walk or a hug, I’ll be there. Karen and I send our sincere condolences.

  18. Our condolences to all of David’s family, but especially to our friends Linda and Serge and Linda’s Mom. David sounds like a great person.
    Friends from St Hilaire.
    Jo-Anne and Jef

  19. My condolences to all. So very sorry for not being there. You are all in our thoughts.

  20. Nos plus sincères condoléances et bon courage dans ces moments difficiles à toute la famille Mimeault.

  21. À toute la famille Mimeault, nous vous offrons nos plus sincères condoléances et bon courage dans ces moments difficiles.

    Famille Roberge Beaulieu

  22. I’m sorry I can’t be there M.E. and Dalen, but please accept my heartfelt condolences. Dave is sadly missed and lovingly remembered by so many. Sending you love and hugs

  23. Our sincere sympathies to the Mimeault family – we are thinking of you at this time of loss and sorrow. Nos pensées vous accompagnent pendant ces moments difficiles.

    Norman, Anna, Tamara and Edward (Southward)

  24. Mes sympathies à Dalen, Mary Ellen et à toute la famille. On pense très fort à vous en ces moments difficiles. David was a wonderful man and he will be missed.

    Famille Brasset-Mimeault-Beaulieu

  25. On behalf of Edmonton Little League District 2 please accept our heartfelt condolences. Dave along with MaryEllen by his side dedicated many hours volunteering for Little League and that we are all so grateful to have had the privilege in knowing him. For some people volunteering is about giving, but for Dave it was a way of living !

  26. My and my family’s condolences for your loss.

  27. I was shocked and saddened to hear the news. I worked with Dave and Mary Ellen more than 30 years ago at ACC and just decided to look him up today to see what he was up to. He gave me first job and he was a genuinely good guy. I never saw him treat anybody unfairly and had many good laughs with him. My condolences to Mary Ellen and Dalen and the rest of his family and friends. I hope your good memories provide comfort.

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