David K. Moffatt
1947 - 2020
David K. Moffatt
Visitation Information
Saturday, May 30, 2020
Visitation Time
12-2 PM
Visitation Location
The S. O. Mehan & Son Funeral Home Ltd.
Requested Charity
NB Heart & Stroke Foundation, Diabetes Association, or a charity of
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On May 26, 2020, Dave passed away unexpectedly at the Saint John Regional Hospital. Born in St. Stephen, NB December 29, 1947. Son of the late Donald Leslie Moffatt and Winnifred (Grundy) and was one of five siblings.

With heavy hearts, Dave (Papa) is affectionately remembered by his sons David (Susan), Aaron (Melinda), his beloved grandchildren Sadie, Adelaide, Gibbon and Arya, his brother Bryan and sisters Heather Rice and Brenda Realini, nieces, nephews and many close friends.

In addition to his parents, David was pre-deceased by his loving wife of 37 years Diana Sue Moffatt and brother Donald Moffatt.

Although born in St. Stephen, Dave considered himself a lifelong "Milltowner" and would be quick to remind you of that. It was in this border community that he spent most of his working career of 31 years with Canada Border Service Agency.

Dave was a loving father to his two sons and cherished his four grandchildren. The additional loves of his life would be his Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Red Sox.  Dave was an avid fan of all sports. He thoroughly enjoyed watching his favourite teams while bantering with his good friends.

Dave was a dedicated and supportive husband to his beloved Sue and it comforts the family to know they are reunited once again.  Dave never failed to have a bright outlook and positive attitude, which will be greatly missed. 

The family will receive friends at The S. O. Mehan & Son Funeral Home Ltd., 23 Main Street, St Stephen, NB. on Saturday, May 30, 2020 from 12- 2 PM.

In lieu of flowers, for those who wish, donations can be made in memory of Dave to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or Diabetes Canada.

Please keep in mind, that due to Covid 19 restrictions, there will be social distancing measures in place, that could lead to wait times or a line to enter the funeral home. We ask for the safety of the public that you adhere to the guidelines and we also ask that you wear a mask while inside the funeral home. 

Please use the carport entrance (Union Street side) to enter on Saturday for the visitation.

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