David John Boleszczuk

Passed away on July 27, 2018. He succumbed to brain cancer.

David was born in Woodstock, Ont. Nov 5th 1958 to parents Hilde and Joseph Boleszczuk (predeceased). He is survived by his wife, Carol Boleszczuk, siblings Hans Reinhard Lill (Doris) of Lubben Germany, Gary Boleszczuk (Karen) of Halifax, NS, Peter Boliszczuk (Maureen) of Mission BC , Andrew Boleszczuk of Regina, Sask. and Margaret Nadalin (Bill) of Sweeburg, Ont. David is also survived by many caring nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews and friends.

David’s working life was one of variety and saw him as a cook, hotel manager, prime mover in the tourism/convention industry, retail manager and lastly as Service Consultant at  Barnes Harley Davidson in Victoria. David was a motorcycle enthusiast, and particularly loved Harley Davidsons. He considered himself most fortunate to combine his hobby with his career. David spoke very highly of the people he worked with and for at the dealership.

During David’s last weeks in his battle with cancer he received excellent care and treatment from a team of dedicated, caring professionals at the Victoria General Hospital Those wishing to honour Dave can make a donation to them by visiting http://www.victoriahf.ca or by calling 250-519-1750.

David was also an animal lover and was particularly fond of dogs. You could honour Dave by donating, in his name, to the Victoria SPCA at “spca.bc.ca” or calling 800-665-1865.

A celebration of David’s life will take place at Barne’s Harley Davidson, 2940 Ed Nixon Terrace in Victoria (Langford) Thurs Aug 2nd, 5:30 PM. Dave will later be taken on a last bike ride to Penticton BC.

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  1. Sean Blacquiere :

    So very sorry for the family’s loss of Dave! Such a sweet man….I had the good fortune of working with him at Harley-Davidson.

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