David and I first met in 1974 when I joined the faculty at the Health Science Center. We worked and exercised together most every day until his retirement in 1992. He was the first friend I made in my move from New York to San Antonio.
David was a dear friend who gave freely both personal and professional support. I will always be grateful to him for all that we shared.
I recall that most every workday we would meet at noon for a training run we would commit each day to a non competitive run, but invariably at the end of the run we would be going "all out ".We would laugh at our selves and promise "not the next time".
David was a dear friend. I am so grateful for all that he so generously gave to me.
My deepest condolences to his family.
James (Jim) Waldron Ph.D. retired
Betty D. Waldron
Dave had a long and wonderful life, affecting positively so many people. I was honored by being his "transitional girl" after the loss of his beloved Bernice. We shared many adventures & other things. Judy
EVERY DOCENT AT THE ZOO IS A SPECIAL PERSON AND IT HAS BEEN A POSITIVE EXPERIENCE KNOWING EACH OF THEM.
Roger and I knew David in several areas of interest,and always with great delight and fondness. Alice Sackett (Roger is deceased)
I lived just down the street from him and saw him walking often. My sincerest condolences to the family.