David Thomson Obituary, Death- David Thomson, a cherished member of the Milton community, passed away earlier this week, and it is with heavy hearts that we announce his loss. David departed us earlier in the week. David wasn’t just a neighbor; he was “one of our own,” someone who had a strong connection to the community that we all shared in this compact area. David, who was well-known in the community of Milton for his kindness and generosity, had an impact on the lives of many people there. A few years ago, he came to our houses to make donations to help those who were struggling financially.
His lack of selfishness and unwavering commitment to the welfare of others left an indelible mark on our neighborhood, and we will always appreciate the memory of him. David was an extremely easy person to chat with due to the fact that he had a contagious sense of humor and a warm and kind personality. Whether by participating in playful banter or simply lending an ear to listen, he was able to forge friendships that went deeper than the surface. Everyone who had the good fortune to know him was instantly fond of him due to his welcoming and kind personality.
During this difficult time, we want to extend our most sincere condolences to Corrine, David, and all of their family and friends. I pray that the fond memories you have of him and the legacy of compassion he leaves behind bring you some measure of comfort. On Friday, the 24th, a gathering to say goodbye and honor David’s life will take place at the Alex Black funeral parlor, and it will get underway at 2:20 in the afternoon. The funeral procession will next make its way to the Lambhill Crematorium, where a service will be performed at three o’clock in the afternoon.
After the ceremony, family, friends, and other people who knew the deceased are encouraged to meet together at the INN on Balmore Rd. to talk about their recollections and show their support for one another. As we say our final farewells to David, we will remember him as “one of our own,” a pillar of the community whose presence elevated the lives of those who were fortunate enough to be in his orbit. He is gone but not forgotten; may he rest in peace and be remembered always with the phrase “Gone But Not Forgotten.”