I have many happy memories of Dan and Marion . I played golf and some bridge with Marion ( she was a much better player than I ) We had many laughs and she was a mentor. She and Dan were a very close couple .... .he will be happy to, be at her side once again! I am unable to be at the Celebration of Life ! My thoughts and prayers are with you ! Sincerely Marion Swan
Elizabeth,Diane,Barb,Dan, spouses and family: Please accept my sincere sympathies on the passing of your father. This is a man who leaves behind a legacy of a life beyond that of a loving father,grandfather and great grandfather, but of one who,along with his wife, gave generously back to his community. Indeed,a life meaningfully and well lived. Remembering you at this time, David Pawson
I worked with Dan from 1961 until he retired . He always thought of staff and never took advantage of his position . If he wanted to leave early on a Friday afternoon before a long weekend he would come and ask " do you think we could shutdown early " ; if he was going to leave early, we all left early.
Dan was my boss for about 40 years at Dyeco. He began as Manager and eventually took over as President of the company. He retired after selling the company to Warner-Jenkenson and I continued working there for several years until 2000 when I retired. Dan was an excellent boss and a great human being. My condolences to his family. Sincerely, Harvey Spence
My sympathy to the Atack family. Dan was a wonderful husband , Father and friend. As a member of the Lunch group I have many happy memories of good times with Marion and Dan. We shared our interest in KCVI and Queens football and enjoyed the games in old and new stadiums. I am sure the family will have many memories and I wish that I could be there to share them. I will be in Calgary. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Lois Hazlett