Service for Clint Davy on Monday in Gibsons

A service will be held at Devlin Funeral Home on Monday, Jan. 27 for Clint Davy, co-founder of the Gibsons Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.

Davy died on Jan. 18 with his wife Irene by his side.

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Together the Davys founded the rehab centre in 1988, shortly after moving to the Sunshine Coast. Before that, he served as president of the Wildlife Rescue Association of B.C. and sat on the board of the provincial SPCA, among many other volunteer roles in animal welfare. In 2012 he was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for his volunteerism.

The service will start at 2 p.m. and a reception will follow at High Beam Dreams (the former Gibsons United Church) on Glassford Road. People can donate to the Gibsons Wildlife Rehab Centre in lieu of flowers.

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