January 2, 2020
by CBC News
A Saskatchewan man is being remembered for starting a dental clinic in Mexico for people in need.
Now, the clinic has been renamed in his memory.
Darryl Derksen grew up in Langham, Sask. His brother, Brian Derksen, said he was always involved in different volunteer opportunities and worked as an owner at Glenmore Equipment in Prince Albert.
After he retired, Darryl and his wife Glenda bought a condo in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. They were heavily involved before Darryl died of cancer this past Spring.
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