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Dale was a good friend and the most laid back outdoorsman ever in the history of NB. I swear, if his beard was on fire, he wouldn't get excited.
He wasn't terribly active on this forum but his fly-tying advice and his flies were appreciated by anyone who enjoyed the benefit of them both here and in the real world.
He will be missed.


Dale S. Sutherland, 57, of Dover, passed away peacefully at his residence on Tuesday, August 24, 2010. Born in Moncton, he was the son of George S. and Shirley J. (Dobson) Sutherland of Dover. Dale was a mechanic and truck driver and a member of Highfield Baptist Church, the NB Salmon Federation, NB Hunters Association and a former member of the Dieppe Fly Tying Club. He was an avid outdoors person and fisherman and he enjoyed fly tying, working on his computer and spending time with his family and friends.

In addition to his parents, Dale will be sadly missed by his wife of 27 years, Darlene (Hicks); brother, Dannie (Cathy), Dover; niece, Amanda; nephew, Bradley; grand niece, Teagan; grand nephew, Hunter; special members of the family, Ruth Dobson and Emily Dobson of Stittsville, ON; several aunts, an uncle and cousins.

Visitation at Ferguson Knowles Funeral Home, 1657 Mountain Road, Moncton (858-1995), Thursday, 7 to 9 pm. Funeral Service, Ferguson Knowles Funeral Home Chapel, Friday, August 27, 2010, 11:00 am, Rev. Dr. Robert Knowles officiating. Interment, Dover Baptist Cemetery.

In Dale's memory, donations to the NB Heart & Stroke Foundation, Canadian Diabetes Association or a memorial of choice would be appreciated. Online condolences at

www.fergusonknowlesfh.com
 

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From an angler to another Thight lines Dale, and sincere condoleances for the loss of a friend Lobsterman...

What was Dale's handle name on this forum?

''God does not deduct from a man's allotted span the hours he spent fishing''
 

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we will miss him. to many deaths lately, all great people.
 

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Thanks for the condolences.
He was a real good guy.
Funeral was pretty crowded but the wake (just a few of us really) was a lot more fun.
Friggin' cigarettes finally got 'im, or at least they got his heart. (Not judging him here, I'm a pack-a-day man
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Thanks for the condolences.
He was a real good guy.
Funeral was pretty crowded but the wake (just a few of us really) was a lot more fun.
Friggin' cigarettes finally got 'im, or at least they got his heart. (Not judging him here, I'm a pack-a-day man
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If we can be remembered fondly by just one person for giving something back,it will all make it worthwhile.Keep his memory in your heart and you will never walk alone!
 

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Thanks,
Feeling a bit down about his loss.
You folks who didn't know him but who think he looks familiar might have seen him every April on the south bank at Quarryville.
And he was usually in the Tyers Aisle at the Dieppe Fly Fishing Forum showing off his latest creation or having a coffee and a smoke at the front door.
You might not notice him because he didn't have much to say -- unless you made the mistake of asking him!
 
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