Alexander Dyball

January 25, 1942 – December 22, 2019
Alexander Dyball, age 77, died in Salmon Arm, BC on Dec. 22, after a long battle with Parkinson’s Disease. Alex was born in Edinburgh, Scotland on Robbie Burns Day (Jan 25), 1942, to parents Alexander and Mary Dyball. In 1950 the family, including brothers Jack and Jimmy, and sister Francis immigrated to Trail, BC. Alex attended JL Crowe highschool where he excelled at Track and Field, coached by Willy Krause. After graduating Alex joined th RCMP in 1964, and it was this choice that delivered him to Drumheller, AB, where he met his best friend and wife of 52 years, Sharon. In 1979 they settled in Sicamous, BC with their children Heather, David (Caroline Kavaloff), and Heidi (Alton Gowen). Here Alex was a very active member of the Lions Club and manager of the Sicamous and District Recreation center. In 1989 Alex returned to the RCMP and finished his service in Clinton and Kamloops BC. Alex is survived by his wife and children, grandchildren Connor, Alyssa, Kristin, Brynn, Ashtyn, step-grandchildren Amanda, Kyle, Colton, sister-in-law Trudy Plumb, brother Jimmy and neices and nephews, Gina, Jaqueline, Charles, John and Jimmy. His kind ways and sense of humor will be very much missed by all. There will be no funeral services at this time but donations can be made to the Parkinson’s Disease Society of B.C. The family would like to send a heartfelt thank you to Dr Jack Beech and the Mt Ida Mews staff for their devoted and loving care of Alex.
Online condolences may be sent to Alex’s family through his obituary at www.bowersfuneralservice.com
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