In Celebration of

David Keith Angle

April 14, 1948 -  February 22, 2021

It is with broken hearts that we announce the passing of Keith Angle at the age of 72. He was the love of Bonnie's life; and his love for her was unparalleled. He leaves behind his cherished son Chris (Krissy) whom he was so proud of and had such a great relationship with both as father and son and best friends as well as his granddaughter Tacianna.
He will be dearly missed by his "special son" Michel and niece Rochelle, his sister Marilyn, niece Joanne and nephew Stephen, as well as his many friends and extended family.
He will always be remembered for his sense of humour, his loyalty, kindess and generous spirit.

A celebration of Keith's life will be hold on March 17th, 2021 at 11 a.m. on Zoom:
Passcode: 644806

In lieu of flower, donations to Teresa Dellar Palliative Care Residence would be appreciated.


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Bob and Shelley May (Friends)

Entered March 2, 2021 from Glen Robertson, Ontario

Keith - you are a much loved friend who will be missed by us and all who knew you. We will always remember your warmth, generosity of spirit, and laugh and I know Bob will greatly miss the nightly chats, telephone and text, that you guys had throughout the years. I will miss your understanding and those super evenings we all spent together with wine, superb meals, and laughter. Rest in peace, friend, knowing that you will always live in our hearts.

Martin Frosst (Friend)

Entered March 4, 2021 from Montreal

Keith was a good friend during the time I knew him later in his life.
My sincere condolences to Bonnie & family.

Joanne Basilieres (Niece)

Entered March 6, 2021 from Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue

I wanted to extend my sincere condolences for the loss of Keith to Bonnie, Chris and Tacianna. I deeply admired his character and heart, and I’ll always remember him with love. He emanated the warmth and generosity that he got from his mother.

Keith was a great uncle and always present to lend a hand and an ear. He was also my first friend in life. In Mont St-Hilaire he'd come by and play with me as a baby as I was his first niece. When I was older, I always enjoyed bicycling over to his house to say hi. He was the cool uncle.

Keith I wish you healing and peace. You will be sorely missed. Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts. ❤

Pat Gaudette (Friend)

Entered March 6, 2021 from Laval, QC

To Bonnie, Christopher and family. Words cannot describe the sorrow I feel of the loss of Keith. He was a very special person to everyone who knew him. He will forever be in our hearts. As we all know God only takes the best RIP my dear friend. You will be truly missed. ❤️🌹

Ken & Laurie (friends)

Entered March 6, 2021 from Baie D'Urfe

Our heartfelt condolences to you, Bonnie, as well as family and friends. Keith will always be remembered for his warm smile and great sense of humour. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.


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