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David Raymond Avery
June 28, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">Avery, David Raymond <br>It is with broken hearts that we announce the death of our dear son, brother, partner, father and friend on his 41st birthday June 28, 2016. Born in Dartmouth, he grew up mainly in Lower Sackville, lived in Ontario for many years, and recently Alberta. He was an active child who loved hockey and soccer, and always had a lot of friends. He enjoyed his career, driving pressure and vac trucks in the Alberta oil patch. He was a big presence in a room both physically and conversationally. This was his forte and could intelligently discuss world politics and current events with almost anyone and was never shy to express his opinion on most subjects. <br>He leaves behind parents Mike and Cathy (Hudson) Avery, sister Michelle, cherished children Michael James Avery and his mother Julie Orris, Taylor Reign Avery-Gray and mother Norann Gray and fiancé Cheryl Moen. On his paternal side he is survived by uncles Daniel (Angela), Donald (Judy) and Leonard (Jane); aunts Susan (Brian) MacDougall, Anita (Ken) Dwyer, Margaret (Don) Stewart, Mary (Garth) Hanna and Loretta (Brian) MacDonald. On his maternal side (Hudson) by grandmother Lillian Hudson, uncle Murray, and aunts Karen (John) MacDonald, Dawn (Ian) MacDonald), Lynn (Robert McIntyre) and Leanne (Jody) MacLeod. He was predeceased by grandparents Callis and Catherine (Fraser) Avery, and grandfather Floyd Hudson. <br>David would say ‘Live life to fullest. Work hard. Party when you can. Share your big heart with everyone you meet’. <br> Visitation at Atlantic Funeral Home in Lower Sackville on Thursday, July 7 from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m Funeral at St. John Vianney, Lower Sackville on Friday, July 8 at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers, you may want to support the future of his the children at [] or donate to the Heart and Stroke []. <br></div>