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Darrell Whittle

Darrell Grant Whittle

Monday, July 2nd, 1956 - Saturday, June 22nd, 2019
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WHITTLE, Darrell Grant
July 2, 1956 – June 22, 2019
Darrell passed away at Southlake Regional Health Center in Newmarket on June 22, 2019. In 1994 he was diagnosed with Usual Interstitial Pneumonia which is anything but usual. It is a rare type of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. His condition was stable until his recent flare up.
Darrell was retired but had worked at IBM for over 30 years. He was lucky to become friends with many of his work colleagues, both in Canada and the USA.
Darrell and Marilyn were happily married. June 30, 2019 would have been their 39th wedding anniversary.
Darrell was a loving and proud father to Kyle (Jaclyn) and Lisa (Vincent). He was a loving and proud grandfather of Julianne and Abigail.
Darrell was the dear son of Joyce and the late Harry Whittle. He was the loving brother to the late Marilyn (Jerry), Joni (Danny), twin sister Darlene (Dave) and Larry (Sherry) plus the uncle to many cherished nieces and nephews.
Those who so desire may make a memorial donation in Darrell’s name to the Ontario Lung Association.
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Kevin Martin

Posted at 06:11pm
The thing that stands out for me with Darrell is his soft demeanor...he was very soft spoken but had a great sense of humour as well. Like another common friend commented to me, I, too, remember his smile and his twinkly eyes. I worked with Darrell while we were both at IBM and was so glad I stayed in touch throughout those many years. While we lived in different cities, I always made sure I poked at him to have a conversation and catch up on missed time. I was only fortunate enough to golf one time with Darrell but like me, I know he had a passion for the game. We can see by the number of photos of times on the links...I'm sure it was his happy place. I look forward to the day when we meet in the next life and hit the links together to catch up on lost time. I miss you, Darrell...and to Marilyn, Kyle and Lisa, grandkids and other dear friends, my most sincere condolences...Darrell will live on in our memories...and we know we all have many happy ones of him. God bless.
KM

Kevin Martin

Posted at 06:11pm
The thing that stands out for me with Darrell is his soft demeanor...he was very soft spoken but had a great sense of humour as well. Like another common friend commented to me, I, too, remember his smile and his twinkly eyes. I worked with Darrell while we were both at IBM and was so glad I stayed in touch throughout those many years. While we lived in different cities, I always made sure I poked at him to have a conversation and catch up on missed time. I was only fortunate enough to golf one time with Darrell but like me, I know he had a passion for the game. We can see by the number of photos of times on the links...I'm sure it was his happy place. I look forward to the day when we meet in the next life and hit the links together to catch up on lost time. I miss you, Darrell...and to Marilyn, Kyle and Lisa, grandkids and other dear friends, my most sincere condolences...Darrell will live on in our memories...and we know we all have many happy ones of him. God bless.
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Linda

Posted at 10:45pm
For Joyce and family the Moncton cousins are very sorry to hear of Darryl's passing. May the love you have for each other give you the strength to get through this sad time. Linda, Karl, Jens, Joanne and Robbie
CL

CATHIE LYALL

Posted at 08:43am
Brian and I are so sorry for your loss, and send our heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Cathie and Brian xo
TC

Terry Choules

Posted at 03:03pm
Our condolences to you Marilyn and your family. He was a special friend and golfing buddy. Terry and Sharyn Choules
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