My deepest symphathies on the loss of Dave. He worked for me in the 1990's at Applied Computing Services. When he returned to B/CS to work at TAMUS, I had the pleasure of catching up with him and was amazed at his good humor in light of his trials and tribulations.
I deeply regret not staying in closer touch with him since then.
I have had the pleasure of knowing and working with Dave at the Texas A&M University System Offices over the last 5+ years. No matter how busy he was, he always had time for my questions. He was truly a gentleman and a scholar and will be greatly missed.
Dear Michelle, Linda & family,
It is frustrating to know that there really are no words to adequately express the feelings/concerns the rest of us truly feel for you. However, our prayer is that there is some comfort for you in knowing that you are all in our hearts, thoughts &, expecially in our prayers! Please let us know if there is anything we can do for you, even if you simply want to talk. Love, ~David & Kaysa Alexander
Dave spent many hours at our house with our son, Dane, during their high school years. I have many fond memories of those days. In the 20+ years since that time Dane and Dave have remained close friends. He was always smiling, a lot of fun to be around, and always willing to help when needed. I know this from experience. He will be missed by my family, as well as his many family members and friends. May the Lord surround you during this very sad time and give you comfort and peace.
I worked next to Dave for several years at the Texas A&M Univ System. He was a joy to work with! I would always give him my MSDN magazines with all the "try this code" He was a delight to work with and he helped me solve several problems. He found out I was a twin when he kept saying hi to me at the daycare but I was always wearing different clothes. I will miss him greatly.