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I remember David at Boise /Specialty Paperboard & the stories he shared about being mistaken for Johnny Carson. David was always willing to answer questions I had about the international customer when I had to send commissions. May he rest in peace & thoughts & prayers to the family.
Uncle David? What do I remember and love about him? How funny he was! The twinkle in his eye. How he was such a great teaser. He loved to grab us nieces and nephews and tickle us. A man of few words; but his words carried great weight. He smelled like fabulous pipe tobacco. Rides in the jeep. He never talked down to us; and he always expected the best from us. His green chair by the hearth. Tanning in the robin yard. His round drink glass. His dogs. His beloved Vermont. The barn, and all those tails hanging from the inside of the doors that facinated me. The way he knew how to do ANYTHING. The love he had for Aunt Carol. I will miss all these things about him, and more. Forever in my heart. So much love to Valinda and Dave and Aunt Carol. xxoo Molly
I have fond memories of David, at Specialty Paperboard and as a Brookline neighbor. My condolences, hugs and prayers to the family.
I first met DYP at Boise Cascade in 1987 and feel privileged to have known him. My favorite memory is the retirement party we threw for him with a Johnny Carson Tonight Show theme since he was known to be mistaken for the talk show host on many occasions. I remember his love for chocolate ice cream cones and the love of his life, Carol—not in that order. Carol, my heart goes out to you and the rest of your family. I will keep you all in my prayers.