It is with heavy hearts that we share the passing of Clint Davy, co-founder and owner of Gibsons Wildlife Rehabilitation, which he established with his wife Irene in 1988. Together they took in and rehabilitated thousands of regional wildlife, from raccoons, squirrels, songbirds, ducks, and owls, to bats, mink, bear cubs, deer, and seals. This compassionate man hadn’t left the Sunshine Coast for a holiday in 35 years in order to care for all hurt and injured wildlife. With no family and never asking for anything, his selfless widow, Irene, is now on her own. We encourage our wonderful community to support her and the centre with donations such as food, funds, supplies and volunteering help would be welcomed.
We thank Clint for his dedication for so many years, and encourage people to donate to the center so that Irene and volunteers can continue their important work. They can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and (604) 886-4989.
A service will be held for Clint on Monday January 27 at 3 PM at the Gibsons Legion.