David Edward Fletcher

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David Edward

Son of the late Harry & Daisy Fletcher of Brownsburg Quebec passed away on Dec. 18, 2002 in the C.R. Hospital at the age of 68 after a courageous battle with Cancer.

He is survived by his beloved friend Sharon Unwin; sons Eric (Claire-Helene Racine); grandchildren Catherine & Andrew of lachute Quebec, and Larry of Campbell River; brother Ken (Fay Loughren) of Campbell River, sister Marlene Johnson (George Casey) of Ottawa Ontario, first wife Jean (McGarry) Fletcher of Campbell River and cousins, nieces & nephews.

Dave was born in Brownsburg Quebec and worked as a machinist and tool & dye maker for the CIL Ammunitions plant in Brownsburg.

The family moved to Campbell River in 1975 and Dave worked as a millwright at the Gold River Pulp Mill, Elk Falls Pulp & Paper Mill and the Tmberwest Sawmill where he retired in 1998.

Dave was an avid outdoorsman & hunted and trapped and fished while growing up in Quebec. In Campbell River he was known affectionately as “Old Salty” as his greatest love was sport fishing; he worked as a fishing guide and had many a story to tell. He also enjoyed bowling, curling, wood working and building wooden clocks. Dave was always looking for ways to build a better mousetrap.

Special Thanks to Dr. M. Meckin and the nurses of the 3rd floor North for their patience and care.

There will be a Memorial Service at St. Peter’s Church, 228 S. Dogwood at 11a.m. Sat. Dec. 28th with Tea fo follow.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or C.R. Hospital Foundation.

“Dave, your battle is over.

Rest in Peace”

You are in our thoughts

and prayers.