Diana and family,
I want to send along my sincere sympathy for David's passing. He was a wonderful man and was always so thoughtful with the ladies in the Komatsu Training Dept. He would always bring us gifts from the foreign lands we sent him to. I have them all and think of him every time I use any of them. He will be dearly missed by the Komatsu family and me. Again, I am truly sorry for your loss and pray that you find comfort in your faith and memories of him in the days and years to come.
My condolences to the Burlison Family, so sorry to hear of Dave's passing. Dave was a great person, worked with Dave for several years in Service Training, publications. Dave will be greatly missed.
My thoughts and prayers are with you Diana. May you and your family find comfort in the days ahead.
Mr. Burlison was my auto shop teacher for 4 years at Limestone. I learned a lot from him and became an engineer in the Navy. I will always remember him.
My condolences on Dave's passing. I was a student when he came to Limestone in his auto and engines classes, as well as the industrial arts clubs that he assisted with. He was our coach and inspiration in the Plymouth Troubleshooting Contest. He had an impact on my life and eventual career, and he will be remembered.
I am so sorry to hear of Dave's passing. I will never forget his kindnesses toward me in assisting me on my journey to China. Know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family right now. May the Lord give you comfort and peace in the days ahead.
Diana and family,
We are very sorry to hear of Dave's passing. I didn't get to see him but Sarah told me she got to talk to him during his latest visit to Peoria. He was a great Instructor and well respected by his students. He will be missed by all.
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at the sad time. I remember my majorette days at Limestone and thought highly of both you and David. I remember babysitting Stephen in his early years. God bless you and your family.
Mary (Heuermann) Venzon
Diane and Sons, Sorry to hear of David's passing. I remember both of you from Peoria and watching Stephen at your home on Airport Rd when he was a baby. Former Limestone student.
My condolences to the Burlison Family. I attended Dave's schools at WABCO. I also had Dave to the MI Iron Range a number of times for training at the mines. He was always well respected for the great schools and being a fine gentleman.
Diana and family, We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. With deepest sympathy, Gavin and Beth Graham and family
Mr. Burlison was my Understanding Your Auto teacher at Limestone the first year girls were allowed to take the class. I had just started driving, my parents bought me a 1965 Mustang which needed constant upkeep and repair. I learned so much from Mr. Burlison, and I have used that knowledge throughout my life. He was patient with me and determined to make a backyard mechanic of me! He was one of my most favorite teachers ever, I never forgot him. May he rest in peace. Jill ( Glisan ) Bloomer
Diana, So sorry to hear about David. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the boys. Sam and I have many fond memories with you and David.
Vicki and Sam
My thoughts and prayers are with you. He was a wonderful teacher!
Diana and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. You and the family are in my prayers. Cherish all the wonderful memories you shared.
David was one of the nicest members we had in our model flying club. One of his recent visits this year was during the club's family day with his wife Diana. It was great to see them there. We will all sorely miss his keen interest in us personally and his gentle demeanor. May his memory be eternal.
Dave was a kind, friendly, and helpful man. I enjoyed our times flying together. I will miss him, as will we all.
Steve---So sorry for your loss. Your Dad had an amazing life and I am sure there will be many great memories to take away in future years to come. Never forget...always remember the positive things that life has shared...Sincerely, Dave Pearce