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July 23, 2007
My sympathy to Gwen and the Balon family. I cherish the memorabilia I received from the Balon family. Dave was an incredible hockey player.Thank you for your kindness.
July 03, 2007
I was fortunate to visit with Dave at the Herb Bassett the last few years,as my brother is still there.
From our early years working together at Prince Albert National Park on the garbage truck,to meeting in Toronto at a Rangers game,going on boat rides at Waskesui,our visits in Prince Albert,the one redeeming character of Dave was his pure genuineness and
strong character.Yes he was an NHL
Great but in the people world he was loved and respected
June 17, 2007
Our deepest sympathy in the loss of Dave. He was a great hockey player.
Albert(Fanna) & Rita Ostrosky
June 07, 2007
June 7
My deepest sympathies to the Balon family. I hope they know that Dave's life and career impacted many far beyond Wakaw and the NHL cities in which he played. The perseverance and professionalism that typified his career in the "original six" inspire me everyday. Rest easy "20", rest easy.
June 03, 2007
my fondest memories of Dave are when he, and his 2 brothers played for the P.A. Mintos- all young girls in the area were in awe of him and his humor-my deepest sympathy-you have truly lost a Northern Sask. treasure may your memories sustain you

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