October 6, 1987 – November 9, 2013
Kavanagh, Dakota Luke
– Suddenly in Toronto on Saturday, November 9, 2013, at age 26. Beloved
son of Susan Cauchy and the late Michael Kavanagh and loving brother of Wade.
Grandson to Jocelyn Kavanagh and Elize Hartley. Dakota will be sadly missed by
his “second” mother Dawn Rivard (Ted), his aunts, uncles, cousins and
many friends. Friends will be received by the family on Thursday evening from
7-9 and Friday afternoon from 12 until Dakota’s Service at 2 o’clock at the
Cattel, Eaton & Chambers Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas. Interment
Woodland Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Nature Conservancy of
Canada would be appreciated.
My deepest condolences to Dakota’s family and close friends. May other’s strengths eek into your soul during this very difficult time.
So sadly missed…Dakota’s beautiful glow will forever surround his family and his friends….the many sweet souls who gravitated toward him and who love him.
Sweet boy. Forever missed. Heartbroken.
Words cannot express the depth of our sorrow, and regret. A dear young man….even the sky seems to weep.
My most sincere caring & condolences to your family . He was always full of life & could make anyone feel so special. I’m truly sorry for your heartbreaking loss.
Dak–I’ll miss you dearly my friend.
So very sorry, Cody. We shared so many happy times with you. May your family laugh and smile at the memory of the happy times and may the joy they shared, be with them forever.
You were indeed deeply loved and I know will be equally deeply missed.
You are in all our hearts.
May the joy you brought bring strength to the family and friends at this terrible time.
Jennifer and Brian
I’d always run into Dakota while I was Barbacking at music venues. He’d be checking out the current act coming through town with his friends, and we’d find time to chat when I wasn’t too busy or their was a lull in the show. I don’t recall how we struck up our casual friendship, but I do remember how Dakota always greeted me with a big genuine smile, and an assuring handshake. I consider meeting someome with those qualities in a such a big city to be a blessing. I can say that Dakota spoke the truth, and I saw that he carried himself with humility. I’m happy to know that these traits will be passed on by the people who had the pleasure of knowing Dakota, because they will surely be passed on by me.
We miss you D. Love to the family and friends and everyone who his amazing spirit may have touched.
With love from Carole, Cec, and John.
You will always be a blessed memory.
With deepest sympathy to your family, and love and light to you.
Gi zah gin.
Métis Women’s Circle.
Heartfelt condolences to family and friends. Our thoughts are with you.
My deepest condolences.
Words cannot express.
Wishing you the world and a better place, may your spirit feel peace.
cody & my daughter anne were friends at fern public school. we will remember cody as a sweet soul, a very special person. our thoughts and prayers are with his family.
A beautiful soul, filling the world with light.
My condolences to your family and friends…may their memories be sweet ones.
Cody, I will always remember you. You were a wonderful soul. I will carry you in my heart. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family during this tough time. Rest in Peace my friend, you are missed.