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Memorable Manitobans: David George Love (1945-2014)

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David George Love
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Born at Winnipeg on 12 August 1945, eldest child of George Love (?-2004) and Irene Love (?-2008), he grew up in East St. Paul where his first job was as a constable for the East Kildonan Police Department. In 1984, he moved to Toronto to work for six years for the Salvation Army, learning about the treatment of addictions. He returned to Winnipeg where he ran the company Clean & Sober. He also worked in Rockwood Institution and Stony Mountain Penitentiary. An active Mason, he served as Grand Master for the Grand Lodge of Manitoba (2009-2010). He was also a member of the Khartum Shriners. He died suddenly at Winnipeg on 9 March 2014.


Obituary, Winnipeg Free Press, 22 March 2014.

This page was prepared by Stan Barclay and Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 8 January 2017

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