Duncan Bythell Obituary, Death –  Just a few moments ago, Dr. Duncan Bythell, who had served as our conductor for the past 37 years, passed away at a care facility in Halifax. He had been a resident of that area for about 40 years at that point. It is necessary for me to break the news to each and every one of you, despite the strain that doing so places on my chest. I am well aware that being exposed to all of this unfavorable information will leave you feeling down, yet I have no choice but to share it with you nevertheless.

I truly wish that I could spare any of you the knowledge that I’m about to offer you, but unfortunately, I don’t think it will be feasible in this situation. Funeral services for a family member who died away earlier this week will be held at Gunnerside Chapel on Thursday, November 24, at 11:30 in the morning. The funeral will be for the family member. After what seems like an eternity, today, November 24th, has finally here.

Not only will we be there to say our goodbyes to him in a polite manner, but also two local choirs from the community that he was a part of will also be there to pay their respects to him. We will be there to say our goodbyes to him in a respectful manner. Because we want to make sure that this takes place, we will be present on the day that he dies away. We will be there to say our goodbyes to him and to send him farewell in a respectful manner.

We will also be there to say our goodbyes to each other. There are going to be a lot of people who really lament not being able to carry on living their lives with him as a part of it. This is something that is going to happen. A quantity of people that is both considerable and noteworthy.