David-ASH-Obituary

David ASH

Regina, Saskatchewan

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Happy 64 birthday TB. Thinking of you and missing you... as always. I Loke You! ysgbr xo :) p.s. How 'bout those Jets, eh?

David Ash was one-of-a-kind. He was truly unique. We were among his most loyal U.S. customers. We considered David to be a friend, as well as the person who provided "Super Platinum VIP" tickets.

We were watching DVD's of Skate Canada 2015 today, and we could see David waving his large flag, and cheering on his customers and the Canadian skaters.

I can't believe that someone so full of vitality is gone. I am sure Jodi will carry on with Dash Tours, and we...

I have so many memories of the Dave Ash experience and can not thank this wonderful man. God Bless You RIP
You will be missed.

dave ash. great friend,great entertainer,great rider fan,great promoter,all around great guy,sorry you wont be there but rest assured our first drink in the new stadium will be dedicated to you, rest in peace bud.

I have wonderful memories of Dave at the annual Lumsden Beach sports day. The highlight every year is the egg toss and Dave was a master at running that particular event. Even in the face of some participants introducing golf balls or hard boiled eggs at various times into the competition, Dave maintained his calm stewardship throughout the event. We'll all miss him and sports day will not be the same without him.

Dave going to miss you parking at my place for Rider games. You were a very good man to me to me and my family. From time to time providing tickets to the game. You had class and were a very big fan of the green machine and all who were a part of it. I remember you telling me of your battle with cancer and of your hope. I have alot of respect for you and I'm going to miss seeing you around on game-days.My last words to you were God Bless you and you said yes I am blessed. God Rest in you Peace.

Oh, David Ash. DASH Tours first office was in BSI and Linda and I helped you grow that business and care for it like it was our own. I remember all those late nights at the office when you, Linda and I were finishing up the final details for those big tours. Sandy Monteith was always there too burning the midnight oil and bringing us pizza. I remember the Van Halen tour to Edmonton when we took 22 busloads of fans to that concert. Back then it was one of the biggest tours Dash Tours had...

After I created the program that David used to run Dash Tours, he always treated me like a friend and not his "computer guy". He was always the most generous person and easy to talk to.

My highlight memory is from the time my wife and I were recruited to be tour guides for the 1989 Grey Cup in Toronto. It was great to help out, attend a fantastic game, see the Riders win and attend a wonderful Dash Tours party. David made every effort to make things special for everyone -...

Dear Saphyre and Family: Dave was a one-in-a-million guy who will be remembered and honored forever by those whose lives he enriched, in so many ways. My two sons, Mitch and Jack, happily worked with Dave at CK-TV, and I was privileged to attend my only live Roughrider game thanks to his fun-loving support of the CKCK-TV "Pioneers". Thanks Dave: you'll always be in our hearts!
Jean Freeman