Myles Haverluck

March 6, 1951 ~ February 9, 2024 (age 72) 72 Years Old

Myles Haverluck Obituary

Myles Richard James Haverluck, 72 of Dauphin, MB passed away February 9, 2024.  Betty and James Haverluck were the proud parents of Myles, Calvin, and Tracy Haverluck.  Myles married Bonnie Buckwold on October 10, 1969 and had 3 beautiful daughters together, Kristen (Mark Dewar), Sara (Dave Watson) and Brenna (Fred Fjeldsted),  5 grandchildren, Jonah and Ella Watson, Polly and Frankie Fjeldsted, Hallie Dewar, and 2 step grandchildren, Lucas and Owen Fjeldsted.   His family has always been his most cherished accomplishment and he had a special mutual bond with every one of them.  

In 1979, Myles opened the Dauphin Clinic Pharmacy which began with zero sales and one employee.  Throughout his life, Myles demonstrated the importance of hard work, believed in the benefit of a positive outlook, and was never afraid to take risks or make mistakes; as long as a lesson was learned it was worth it.  Work ethic was important to Myles, however, he never took himself too seriously.  He always had fun in life.  He laughed often and was usually the life of the party.

Myles was a great leader and mentor.   At the pharmacy and in his home life, he often demanded excellence, but at the same time, he was very approachable, understanding, and generous. He always had an open ear and a helping hand.  If anyone asked for help or required assistance, he would go above and beyond for them.  A tough act to follow, and he inspired many with these attributes.

Second to his family, Myles was passionate about the community and people of Dauphin. As a successful businessman and entrepreneur, his philanthropy was widespread.   He was involved in many community projects including Dauphin Countryfest Community Cinema, Dauphin Countryfest, Dauphin Community Foundation, Credit Union Place walking track, Dauphin Magical Horizons Daycare and so many others. Some people joked he was the Don of Dauphin!

Myles spent many of his happiest days at Ochre Beach. He loved taking his grandchildren in the boat, fishing with friends, and spending hours on the golf course showing off his “I’m a good player” skills.  He also enjoyed spending time with Bonnie at their place in Arizona.  As he aged, he enjoyed the simpler things in life; a few glasses of wine by the bonfire, cooking a good steak on the BBQ or sitting on the deck watching the sun set over the water.

When Myles was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, his daughters asked if there was anything left in life he wanted to experience, and if so, he should go do it.  Myles’s response was “No, I did it all, I am so fulfilled.”  An incredible feat.

Myles was as modest as he was generous. He loved giving to others, but never expected anything in return.  Myles wishes were to have a small family service, which will take place at a later date.  He touched so many lives in a positive way. Keep his legacy alive and honor him in your own way, raise a glass to him, or reminisce about the wise words he gave you over the years.

The family thanks everyone who was a part of his incredible journey called Life.

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