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May 24, 2015

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January 11, 2013
I worked at the Mont.Co. Animal Resource Center for 30 yrs and of all the Police Officers I assisted or assisited me on a call I was always glad to see old David on the scene. Any guy that would go into a house full of Timber wolfs with you with just a control pole you had to like and respect. We alway kidded about retiring and how gray we were getting and sharing a joke. From the Madison Twp days till now he will alway be my favorite. He was one good Cop and a American Hero. My heart broke to hear of his death. My prayers go out to his Family and the other Trotwood Officers and crews. We lost a good one. RIP my friend......
January 11, 2013
I met "Yaney" back in the late 70s when I first appeared at Trotwood Rescue with my shiny new paramedic credentials, ready to "save the wrold".

Over the years I was a member of Rescue Yaney taught me many important things.
1. Always treat the sick, injured, and elderly with respect and compassion.

2. The best way to use the many tools in the Rescue truck was to hand them to Yaney and get out of the way.

3. How to handle the idiots, drunks and druggies a the KISS concerts at Hara Arena.

And most important...

4. Don't even think about changing the channel on the TV during a John Wayne movie.

Dave, you were the John Wayne of Trotwood, tough, ornery, dependable and dedicated. The Duke would have been proud of the man you were, the life you lived and the lives you touched and influenced, including mine. You will always be remembered.
January 10, 2013
Thoughts and prayers for the family at this time of sorrow
January 10, 2013
This candle is lit in your memory of ALL of the lives you have touch and made a difference.
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