Daryll Conrad - Passed away on / Décédé(e) le October 17, 2004 - With profound sorrow, the family of Daryll Bernard Conrad announces his sudden death on October 17, 2004. Daryll was pre-deceased by his parents, Bernie and Bobbie Conrad and father in law, Ed Carlson. He is survived by his beloved children, Travis and Sara Conrad, his loving partner and best friend, Holly Swain and her children, Jessica, Jordan and Josh, grandson, Cameron. Also surviving are Daryll's sisters, Cheryl Dixon (George) of Thunder Bay and Gail Davey (Don) of Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba, nephew, Rob (Karen)Wiebe, great nephews and niece, Mac, Cy and Emma, Kleefeld, Manitoba, cousin Harold Williams. He will be lovingly remembered by Sara and Travis'Mom, Gail, their Grandma, Lorraine Carlson. Uncles Larry, Dwaine and Bruce Carlson families. An aunt, uncle and several cousins across Canada as well as countless friends in Kapuskasing, Marathon and beyond are grieving his passing. The Sensenbrenner Hospital and "AA" families have lost a co-worker and friend. Daryll was born in Marathon, Ontario on March 15, 1957 and attended local schools. After graduating from high school as an Ontario Scholar, he attended the Michener Institute and became certified in diagnostic radiography. After 10 years as an x-ray technician at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Daryll assumed the position of Chief Tech at Sensenbrenner Hospital in Kapuskasing. At the time of his death, Daryll was Manager of Diagnostic Imaging and Labratory Services at Sensenbrenner Hospital. Daryll loved outdoor activities such as cross-country skiing, biking and hiking the shores of Lake Superior. In Kap, he and buddy Dean spent many hours finding the "best" fishing spots. He found much solace reading on the dock at the Swain cottage at Remi Lake. In the past few years, Daryll and Holly enjoyed travelling to British Columbia and were looking forward to doing much more of the same. Per Daryll's wishes, cremation has taken place and his ashes will be interred with his parents in Marathon at a later date. A Celebration of Daryll's Life will be held on Friday October 22nd at St. Mark's Anglican Church at 11:00 am with Reverend Susan best officiating. As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Sensenbrenner Hospital or to the Wilson Memorial General Hospital in Marathon, Ontario would be greatly appreciated.