From the Blog
“I am a male victim of female perpetrated domestic violence.” “For the last 20+ yearsI attempted to find support services & make the gov of Alberta aware of the lack of support services for men. I failed in both goals: nothing for me and nothing for men. Alberta failed to take my submissions serious […]
Tuesday July 23@630pm at Memorial Park Branch, Calgary. Local Contact is Orlin Bojanov c(403)483-3618 – and he met with Earl a few times last year. 10 Poster 8 Cities Odyssey for Equality Tour – Dr James Brown 11 Odyssey for Equality Book Tour Press Release – jb rev
When I last saw Earl Silverman he was doing much the same thing as when I first met him — Hammering away at Feminist Myths about Domestic Violence and working for fairness and justice for men and their families. I was first introduced to Earl 10 or 12 years ago. I remember Earl wondering aloud […]
JUNE 15/15 NOTICE:
A monument has been placed on Earl’s grave at the Chevra Kadisha. An unveiling is not planned at this time. However, should one be requested, and if a minion can be assembled, an unveiling ceremony may be arranged. Please leave a message on this page to communicate your interest.
Thank you to all who attended the Funeral Services for Earl Silverman
Earl was laid to rest May 10th, 2013 in Calgary Alberta, by the Chevra Kadisha. The cemetery is at the northeast corner of Highway 22X and 37 Street S.W. in Calgary (a few minutes west of Spruce Meadows) should anyone wish to pay their respects.
Anyone wishing to share their stories and memories are invited to post a comment to this page. Please note that comments are moderated to prevent spam, though all authentic comments will be graciously allowed.
I first met Earl Silverman in the summer of 1989, shortly after stepping around his Harley which was parked on the walkway leading to the front door of his Richmond Road (Calgary) home. I was looking for a room to stay in while attending school. With the appearance of a biker, Earl opened the door wide, smiled warmly, and invited me in. What I discovered then and was reminded of countless times over the years, is that his door was always open – especially to those in need. I am saddened by his loss, while at the same time, I am lifted with the knowledge that he touched a lot of lives in very positive ways. I will miss him for a very, very long time. Many others will as well. Rest in peace my friend.
If you have a story you’d like to share about your experiences with Earl, please post it in a comment on any page and I will add it to the website. Also, donations go into Earl’s PayPal account. Any funds will remain there pending distribution decisions and in accordance with Earl’s wishes. Thank you.