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IN MEMORY OF MY SON 'DEREK SEAN DYSON'
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DEREK SEAN DYSON
NOV. 29, 1982 - AUG. 25, 2002

DELTA OPTIMIST SEPT. 7, 2002

VANCOUVER PROVINCE PAPER SEPT. 4, 2002

THANK YOU NOTES

DELTA OPTIMIST SEPT. 28, 2002

SASKATOON STAR PHOENIX
Sept 28, 2002
 
 
DEREK SEAN DYSON
November 29, 1982 August 25, 2002
 
Stephanie and I will never be able to express our appreciation for the kindness and caring support that we received from Solar Com especially Mike LaForge.
Mikes quick action of reporting Derek missing and keeping us informed of the events around this tragedy, not to mention his dealing with the Police and  media.
 
We would like to Personally thank Nicky Danylczuk, whom we met on-line.
Her assistance in circulating Dereks photo and for keeping us informed of media releases.
 
Our heartfelt THANKS to ALL the people in Saskatoon who offered their care, concern and prayers during this difficult time.
 
We will be maintaining the web site Stephanie started during this ordeal -
http://www.geocities.com/stephie_d69/Missing_Person.html
we will keep the memories of Derek alive as well as any news we receive surrounding his mysterious death.
 
Dereks smiling face will be sadly missed by the many lives he touched but the memories we have will remain in OUR hearts forever.
 

    THANK YOU ALL ! !   
 
Patti and Stephanie Dyson
Delta, BC

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