Daniel Laurie Storey

passed away in his 88th year in Enderby B.C. on 3rd of February 2009.

Dearly beloved husband (66 years) of Cynthia L., dear father of M. Louise Bysouth (Peter), Enderby, B.C. and dear ‘grampa’ of Leaha Woods (Ben), Courtenay B.C. and Bradley Woods (Tina) and ‘great grampa’ of Makayla, Johnathan and Gabrielle, of Nanaimo B.C. He is also survived by a nephew Bruce Maple and a grand niece and nephew, Susan and Scott Maple, all of Toronto, a sister-in-law Doris Scrivens, a ‘god-child’ Mary-Ellen Scrivens and grand nephews Tom and Ted Scrivens all of Ottawa. He was born in Ottawa on July 3rd 1920, the only son of the late Charles and Leita Storey (nee Laurie) and brother of his late sister, Marion Maple.

He graduated from Glebe Collegiate in Ottawa in 1937 and became employed by a chartered bank. At the outbreak of WW ll, in September 1939 he enlisted for aircrew in the R.C.A.F. but was rejected (medical) and then again in, June 1940. He subsequently enlisted in the Canadian Army and served for 5years in the R.C.A.S.C. –Private to Captain- in Canada and overseas. Following service, he articled, as a student, for 5 years, with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario. He graduated in 1950 after winning prizes, for Ontario candidates, in both the Dominion C.A examinations of 1948 and 1950. He retired in 1985 after 40 years of which approximately 10 years were in public practice and the balance as a senior financial officer of several private and public corporations. He was elected a Life Member of the Ontario Institute in 1990.Cremation has taken place and internment will be in Beechwood Cemetery in Ottawa

A memorial service will be held at St Georges, Anglican Church, Enderby at 1.30pm. Following the service, friends are invited to attend a reception at the Church hall. In lieu of flowers a donation to a charity of your choice would be appreciated.

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