Larry Day Death – Obituary News: Calgary Icon Larry Day has died .
We are sad to report that Calgary Icon Larry Day has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on September 24. 2021.
Ger Forbsie 3h · So sorry to get the news about the passing of media giant and Calgary Icon Larry Day. He passed away last night at the you g age of 69 with heart problems. Always incredibly nice to myself and Shelley and his production company was famous around the world. Thoughts and prayers to the Day family at this time #YYC.
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Condolences – Comments and Reactions.
Julie Fullerton Lasham wrote
I am so very saddened to hear this. Such a nice man and his wife Kirstie. My daughter went to school with their twins. RIP. My condolences to the family.
Jacquie Launer wrote
Very sorry to hear this. Condolences to his family and friends. RIP Sir.
Linda Ward wrote
I am very sad to hear that..condolences to his family..RIP..
Cindy Henderson wrote
So sad to hear of his passing. Condolences to his familyJon Macpherson
Such tragic news. He was an icon in our city. We will miss him. May he Rest In Peace.Ric Mcallister wrote
Oh man. Very sad news condolences to his family and friends.
Doug Kowalchuk wrote
That’s sad news… Condolences to you all who knew him personallyDonny Kirchhofer wrote
That’s so sad. Played hockey with and against him many times. Liked playing with him. Playing against him was a little different. He didn’t care who you were he was going to stop you from getting by him any way he could. But an all round great guy!!.Milad Elzein wrote
Sorry to hear I did the jello jump with him at coconut Joe’sMarty Lawrence wrote
I’m shocked and saddened to hear this very unexpected news. I saw Larry at a Decidedly Jazz Danceworks show not quite 2 years ago. He looked the picture of health and we had a nice chat. So very sorry to see him go and much too soon.Julia Williams wrote
Thats terrible news met him one time nice man ..God only takes the best and too young …Thinking of his family .George Legeas wrote
Sorry to hear of this gentleman’s passing. Part of my youth.
Sam Sheckter wrote
Watched him as Anchor of 2 and 7 news in the mid 80s. A true mensch
Lisa Wilton wrote
Oh, I’m sorry to hear this. I worked at Pyramid Productions for a while. He didn’t put up with shit, but he was also very open to mentoring people.Tony King wrote
What!? I’m shocked. I haven’t see Larry for years. Condolences to his family and friends.Norm Sparks wrote
Sad News. Larry was a real top-notch builder and doer in Calgary TV production. Condolences to everyone close to him.A.G. Austin wrote
I use to watch him on the news growing up. Muey trista dia…..make the time with.ones you love. R.I.P.
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