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MAJKO, David (Dave) Steven

September 14, 1955 – October 18, 2010

David (Dave) Steven Majko of Calgary passed away on Monday, October 18, 2010 at the age of 55 years.

Dave was born in Montreal. He graduated from Fanshawe College in London, ON in Computer Technology and Business Data Processing in 1979. Dave worked in London, ON and moved to Calgary in 1982 where he continued to work in the IT field for over twenty-eight years. Dave enjoyed his career in Information Technology, he loved Rock and Roll, hockey, muscle cars and pedigree dogs, particularly his beloved Old English Sheep dog named Seger (after Bob Seger).

Dave will be forever in our hearts and will be missed by his family and friends.

Dave is survived by his father and mother, Steve and Betty; brother John and his partner Debbie Ward; sister and brother-in-law, Anne and Rick Dowdell; nieces, Michelle and Melissa; and numerous relatives throughout North America.

Memorial Services will be held at McINNIS & HOLLOWAY’S Fish Creek Chapel (14441 Bannister Road S.E.) on Wednesday, October 27, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. Forward condolences through www.mcinnisandholloway.com. If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made directly to the charity of the donor’s choice.

In living memory of Dave Majko, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Fish Creek Chapel, 14441 BANNISTER ROAD S.E. Telephone: (403) 256-9575.

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  1. My deepest condolences. I had met Dave in the past on IT related projects.

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  2. My condolences, I have known Dave since 1985 and worked with him for many years and considered him a friend, he will be sorely missed.

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  3. I was best friends with Dave in high-school in London. We had a lot of fun times. Great sense of humour. Rest in Peace Brother.

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  4. I have known Dave from way back when. I am a kuz of the saddy’s and his old friend. And Iam so sorry to hear Dave passed. All my condolences to the family. Detorit mi

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  5. Scott McArthur :

    Dave was always my friend and brother..words can not express the pain and shock of this news. Dave will be missed and never forgotten. I wish I had had the chance to see him. Finally at peace.
    Condolences to the Majko family.

    Scott McArthur and Family.
    Lockwood Park Gang.

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  6. I’ve known Dave for 40 years from when he and my brother Kyle became good friends in London. I see some of the old S. London gang here! Dave will never be forgotten…that is the truth. When I moved to Alberta in the early ’80s, we spent many weekends racing our bikes in the mountains and generally creating good-spirited fun. He was a great friend. I loved him like my own brother and am sad that we hadn’t kept in close touch in recent years.
    My warmest and most sincere sympathies to Steve, Betty, John, Ann and all of Dave’s friends and family.

    Steve Brown and Family
    Calgary

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  7. freddi shute jr :

    As one of Dave’s many friends from London, we lost touch but never forgotten. I will always remember that extremely foggy night on the 401 when you took us home from the Rolling Stones concert in Hamilton in your 63 Impala with the thrush muffler, with no fear you got us home safe, I still think we WERE the only car on the road. Say hi to Skip when you see him.
    Condolences to the family.

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  8. I’m an old friend from London. I wish Dave all the best in the Afterlife.

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  9. Dave and I would talk on the phone for hours. We discussed golf, dogs, politicians, our countries, music, and jokes, but most of all, David talked about his family. “He loved his family.” He had a big heart and compassion for his fellow man. I will miss our talks. Uncle Pat

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  10. Debrah Bailey- Auger :

    Dave~ you were always one of my very best friends growing up in Lockwood Park in London. Although we lost touch over the last few years, I often thought of you with fond memories~ partying in your basement, (“Houses of the Holy” playing WAY too loud!) talking for hours on end, hanging out at concerts with Skip and watching Don Kirchner’s, Rock concerts at my house whenever I was grounded!! (We spent many a Saturday night doing just that!) You will always hold a very special place in my heart Dave~ fly free. Love, Deb xoxoxo

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  11. Tracy Stillwell :

    Dear David,
    You always said you live in God’s Country. Now you have gone to live with God. You have gone home. You lived life to the fullest and we in a way were kindred spirits. Enjoy where you are. Give Seger a big kiss.
    Love your cousin Tracy & Family.

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  12. Having worked with Dave for several years I came to appreciate his intelligence and wit. We also became good friends and I again appreciated his different perspective on life. I am truly sorry to hear of his passing.

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  13. Dave and myself became good friends at Canadian Freightways. We lost track with each other but Dave is as true and honest as they come. People say that when I hear the band play, I hear a different tune than others. Dave and I share that trait. Smart and Great passion are the words I think of when Dave comes to mind. Til we meet again.

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  14. I worked with Dave for a few months in Edmonton. I thought he was tough on me but now looking back he was so right in his methods and objectives. I was just a few years into my IT career. I hold his values and prospectives today.

    Condolences to the family. Dave you are great!!
    Don Charko

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