David-GILDAY-Obituary

David Lorne GILDAY

Toronto, Ontario

1940 - 2019

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DAVID LORNE GILDAY July 22, 1940 - March 7, 2019 With his wife and three sons by his side, David passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 7, 2019. He was the beloved husband for 54 years of Diane Sinclair Gilday, cherished father of Sean (Jane), Neil (Kristi), Keith (Regan) and devoted Granddad...

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Barbara Gilday and brother, Bill.

Dear Diane and Family,
I'm descended from Harold Gilday of Toronto. I met you at Diane and ??'s wedding in Toronto. They had their reception on the lawn at their lovely home.
I enjoyed meeting you and David that day, and remember him as a very warm and engaging man. I can only imagine how great the loss is for you. I feel sad to think that he is gone, and send you loving thoughts. I'm so sorry.
Barbara

Dear Diane and family

I was so sorry to hear of David's passing. I remember a golf holiday in Florida when we were all beginners and David was so positive and fun to play with . He always had a warm smile and hug when we meet on occasions many years later. I know he will be missed by so many.

Susan Parker

Diane and the entire family,
We have so many fond memories of David, whether at the Mulmur property or on ski trips. He was a special man who helped so many people throughout his life. He will be missed.
With love, Gerry and Carla

So very sorry to Diane, Sean, Neil and Keith. He was an amazing man! I have many fun memories with the entire Gilday clan at our cottage in Muskoka. I hope him and dad are up there playing a round of golf. Perfect photo of him!

My deepest and sincerest condolences to Diane and the whole family. David was always someone I truly admired, although he was my boss, I saw him as a mentor and a friend. He encouraged me to further my education and for that I will be eternally grateful.. he will be sadly missed. RIP David

My deepest condolences to Diane and the entire family at the loss of David. For me, David was a terrific boss, a mentor and a friend.
Janet Wilmot

Dear Diane,
I'm sure that you will be overwhelmed by the number of responses. David had a huge impact on many people. We will miss his kindness and enthusiasm.
With love from David and Sally LANG

Diane, My deepest sympathy on your loss. My warmest thoughts goes out to you and your family.

So sorry to hear about David's passing. Always enjoyed being in his company at the annual Ladies bridge club parties and tennis at his Mulmur residence. My sincere condolences to all the Gilday Family at this sad time. Wonderful legacy.

I am in Arizona till May

George Deratnay