Some of my most memorable theatre moments were sharing the stage with David. He was such a generous actor and human. I also had the pleasure of directed him and I carry many smiles from watching him perform. He was a special man who continues to live on in many hearts.
Mr. Weston mentored me, a soldier, when I began narrating ceremonies at Fort Eustis, 1999-2003. I could never approach his talent. Wonderful, kind man. I didn't even know he was an accomplished actor.
Always know you as Uncle Hunter. I found a love of American History, as a 6-year-old, because of watching you narrarate "The Common Glory." I hope that play is revived one day.
My very first play was Breath of Spring with Dave and Mollie Robbins. What an incredible experience to work with such incredibly talented actors my first time out. Over the years I worked with Dave on other projects. He was a joy to watch on on stage and to work with backstage. I will miss him terribly.
Worked with Dave at the Transportation School for many years. Even attended some of his classes. Enjoyed every retirement ceremony he narrated. Dave will be sorely missed.