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December 06, 2016

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December 06, 2016

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November 23, 2016
Dave...it's rare that one goes through life meeting someone that always has a smile and always brightens your day.You were one of those rarities. Although we had a short relationships as Brothers in law I grew to see a loving father and family man, a man generous of his time and talents to everyone. People just couldn't help being drawn to your smile and laughter. Thanks for being such a great guy.
May the sweet Savior of the world wrap you in His loving arms and present you with all the treasures you have laid up in Heaven...you deserve it all. Rest in Peace.
November 18, 2016
May the God of all comfort, comfort you at this difficult time.
November 14, 2016
I will always remember Dave talking to all of the younger techs and addressing us as "Yutes" from "my cousin Vinny". He always had a way with stories, and when he told us the stories, they always had a way of teaching us something. Whether it was being better techs, or being better men. This city lost a huge chunk of knowledge and a great man who never met a stranger.
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