I together with classmates of the class of 61 at St.Paul's College will miss David's cheerfulness and his zest for life. He, more than anyone else kept us, old classmates together by creating the Yahoogroup and maintain it through the years even during his illness. We all owe him for being able to stay in contact and sometimes be able to renew old friendship. He made all our lives richer. Louisa and Vincent, do take some comfort in knowing that there are another sixty some odd classmates who share a bit of your grieve.
I was very sorry to read about the death of David Stephen in the newspaper I have good memories of David He was my first physics teacher at Vanier He helped me I want to offer my sincere condolences to his wife and family Gordon Aizer Vanier class of seventy two
Heartfelt condolences to the family.
May I offer you my profound sympathy.
I am deeply sorry to hear that David has passed away. Please accept my condolences. He was a great person and a strong asset to the Vanier College community.
Dear Luisa, In the hallway at Vanier College, I remember David, full of enthusiasm as he showed his students a physics demonstration. After retirement, David faced his increasing disability with dignity and fortitude. He was lucky to have you at his side. You and Vincent have my deepest sympathy as you face this great loss, Mimi
Dear Luisa and Vincent,
Sharleen and I offer our deepest sympathies. I enjoyed working with David.
He was the best!
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Dear Luisa and Vincent, we would like to express our deepest sympathies to both of you, our thoughts are with you. The picture of David that you have chosen have chosen clearly brings back his memories of a kind, energetic person with a beautiful shining smile.
Annie and Hode