David Dewhirst Haras

November 29, 1945November 6, 2020

David passed peacefully away in Calgary, Alberta on Friday, November 6, 2020 at the age of 74 years.

Dave’s family knew him as a kind, caring and loving man. He enjoyed spending time with his family and his dogs. Dave loved camping & dirt biking with his family during his younger years. Hunting trips with his twin brother Michael were greatly cherished. Dave was a member of the PT Cruiser club along with his closest and best friend, Sylvie. They went to many car shows over the years. Trips to the casino were always enjoyable for Dave. After a 36 year career as a service lane foreman for the Calgary Transit, Dave was happy to retire. Dave is survived by his sister Diane Brereton, his children Kelly Haras, Tina Trachsel, Tammy Haras, two grandchildren Lisa Haras & Cody Bott, nieces Sherri, Corinna, Cindy, Tracy and his nephew Vince.

Dave will be greatly missed by his family and friends but the impression Dave left on the hearts of his loved ones, will always be there.

Dave was predeceased by his parents Micheal and Hazel Haras and his brother Michael J Haras. Dave and Mike will forever be side by side. Brothers Forever.

At his request, no service will be held.

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BJ Hansen

November 14, 2020

I spent a lot of time with the Haras family when I was younger. Dirt biking and camping in Waiporous was a regular weekend thing. They are such a close family and they always made me feel welcome. RIP Dave and give Mike a hug for me 💕

Rhonda Thiessen

November 13, 2020

It has been many years since I have seen Dave. I remember him as a caring, sweet man with a great sense of humor. I always enjoyed seeing Dave and his brother Mike. They were both real characters . One thing I know for sure is that they both loved their sister Diane, and her children, Cindy, Tracy and Vincent very much. My sincere condolences to his family. Rest In Peace Dave. You will be missed.

Henry Vryenhoek

November 13, 2020

Sorry to hear about Dave's passing. I always enjoyed his presence at the PT shows.


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