David Morgan Lastockin

December 23, 1963July 17, 2020

David passed away on Friday, July 17, 2020 in Edmonton, Alberta, at the age of 56 years after a long battle with cancer. Dave was a problem solver and took on life’s challenges, handling them with stubborn resilience and determination. He was a straight shooter, he always told it like it was, loved giving advice and sometimes...his advice was taken. He was always loyal and supportive to those he cared about.

Dave enjoyed life’s simple pleasures, chatting with friends and family, cooking a good steak and spending time with his wife, Kyla Morrison. Dave is also survived and lovingly remembered by his mother, Kathleen; his father Michael; his brothers Brad (Rhonda) and Randy; his nieces Meagen and Tara; along with aunts and uncles and cousins.

He is dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alberta Cancer Foundation (


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Rob and Linda Birkholz

July 26, 2020

I have fond memories of my days working with Dave at CRC and will always be inspired by his courage and persistence in coping with his health challenges. Our condolences to Kyla and Dave’s family during these difficult times.

Rob and Linda Birkholz

Anne Wilson

July 24, 2020

I was deeply saddened to hear of Dave's passing. Dave was my client for many years and it was a great pleasure working for him. I cannot imagine what you are going through Kyla, this has been such a long hard journey for you with a terrible outcome. He was an amazing man. My thoughts are with you.

RIP Dave

Jennifer Reiniger

July 24, 2020

Grew up with his little brother Randy so I was always around bugging Dave or the other way around. My condolences to all.

Jennifer Reiniger

Jim Chilton

July 23, 2020

I truly respected and admired Dave. He was a man of principle with the courage of his convictions - a rarity these days. I am sure that upon arriving in heaven, he rolled his eyes at the bureaucracy and proceeded to set them straight.

As one looks back, there are a precious few who one can say made their life better and Dave was one of the few for me.

Our deepest condolences Kyla. Dave was so very, very lucky to have found you.

Jim and Lianne Chilton

Kathy MacDonald-Milburn

July 23, 2020

Sharing thoughts and love from Cape Breton Kyla!

Kathy, Mike and Katie

Don MacDonald

July 23, 2020

Been a few, but I still think about our weekly Earl’s patio lunches in the summer! Rest in peace brother, you’ve certainly earned it...

Our thoughts are with you Kyla.

Barb & Don

Wade Keyte

July 23, 2020

Dave gave me my first opportunity in the oil and gas industry working for him at Shell. He was unlike anyone I had and have yet to work for. He made sure his employees were always taken of and our safety meant more to him then anything. Even when he had to step away for health reasons he would still check in to make sure we were all doing ok. He always did things the right way and he always made people laugh. Thank you for everything Dave.


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