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RIP Noreen Davis

by Greg Robertson on July 31st, 2020
Noreen Davis

REBGV mourns the loss of Noreen Davis

It is with deep sadness that we share news of the passing of our friend and colleague, Noreen Davis. Noreen died last night after a brief and brave battle against cancer. We are heartbroken. 
 
Noreen worked at REBGV for more than 22 years. Over this time, numerous people came to know her well and appreciate her quick smile, good humour and willingness to take on challenges. She was a dedicated team member who stepped up to hard work. 
 
As a former REALTOR® and long-time Manager of Member Services, Noreen was well-known and liked by REBGV staff and members alike. She was a staunch supporter of her team in Programs and Events, Member Services and MLS®.  
 
Years ago, REBGV’s managers participated in an Insights teambuilding exercise. The observations that surfaced through that exercise described Noreen perfectly:
 
“Noreen is warm and gracious and believes in a philosophy of ‘live and let live’… As she is highly articulate with a quick sense of humour she is often the life and soul of the party… Noreen radiates goodwill and enthusiasm. She is optimistic about life in general and human potential in particular. She is seen by most others as a friendly, practical, realistic and down-to-earth person. She tends to live for today with a ‘you only go around once’ philosophy.”
 
She lived her life to the fullest. 
 
We will always remember Noreen. Please join us in extending our heartfelt condolences to Noreen’s husband Tony and the countless friends and family she touched in her life.

I met Noreen at CMLS. I didn’t get to know her too well, but I know she will be missed. #fuckcancer

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2 Comments
  1. John Mosey permalink

    I knew Noreen for many years and am stunned to learn that someone so full of zest for life was taken too soon, but these are the times…
    #fuckcancer and COVID too

    RIP Noreen

  2. Troy Rech permalink

    This news is simply stunning and sad. #fuckcancer

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