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David Henderson LYLE
October 17, 1939 - July 25, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">David Henderson LYLE <br> <br>David passed away peacefully on July 25th at Kin Village nursing home. David was born to Isaac and Margaret Lyle on October 17, 1939 in London, England. He is survived by his loving wife, Yvonne, daughters Jane Lyle-Mitchell (Kevin) and Jenny Lyle-Heuberger (Jamie), grandchildren Sean, Callum, and Gavin; brothers Jim (Jan), Peter, and Ian (Leslie); and nieces and nephews in England. <br> <br>David grew up in England and emigrated to Canada after his marriage to Yvonne in 1964. David and Yvonne spent their early years in Ontario where their daughters were born, then later moved and settled their family in Delta, B.C. David was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, and friend. In his younger years he enjoyed playing soccer and coaching his daughters' soccer teams. He also made many great friends playing badminton and playing tennis at the Tsawwassen Tennis Club. <br> <br>David and Yvonne have developed a strong support system of friends. Their friends' continual and attentive support have been invaluable over the years. His family wishes to thank the staff at Kin Village for their kindness and care during the past year and a half. Many thanks to Dr. Rex Long for caring for David during his life here in Delta. <br> <br>A Celebration of Life will be held at United Church Ladner, 4960 48th Avenue, Ladner on Friday, August 5th at 2:00. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Parkinson Society, British Columbia or the Alzheimer Society. <br></div>