To the family of Dave
I just heard today from Jerry McMillan about Dave's passing. Andy spent many cherished days with Dave back when. Earlier this year he told me he stopped by to visit , was glad to hear that although he wasn't too well. I too have many fun memories of Dave . I'm glad that he had so many friends and family in his life. I'm sorry I missed the memorial, would have loved to be there as I know he would have been at Andy's if he was well enough. You never know what life is going to give you or where it's going to take you. Wishes of love and fond memories with Dave.
Always remembered Barb Macaulay
I was best friends with David's sister Sheila Radlo, and through her met Dave. Sheila Loved her brother dearly, and we spent some happy times in his company over the years. Sincere condolences to all the family, so sorry I was unable to attend the celebration, I'm sure it was a happy event. Cherrille and Dick Cross
Dave was a great coach and later a great friend. He brought players from the Terrace Hill team together and we still socalize 50 years later Thanks coach love cheese
Sincere sympathy to Dave's family.Our fond memories of Dave go back to the Poor Folk Deli days. It was a fun place to go thanks to Dave and his son Scottie. The train trip to Chicago was a blast and we still talk about it to this day.Lost touch over the years but will always remember Dave for the fun loving,kind and generous person he was.Rest in peace.
It's with great sadness in hearing of Coach Dave Leyland's passing.
I speak for the Brantford Browns Football Club players and coaches that we all respected and loved him as a second Father. He was a good friend. His leadership on and off the field will never be forgotten.
enjoyed many friday afternoons eating city chicken and enjoying daves wonderfull sense of humour
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