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June 19, 2013
David,
I learned a lot from you about how to be a better human being, not to mention the importance of hydrology and good beer. Those of us who had the great luck to work with you know that you made a real, positive difference in the quality of that work. You taught us ALL a lot about why it is important to do the things that are right, not just the things that are easy. Thank you for being my friend. I will not forget you.
June 14, 2013
I think of Dave often. Missing his engaging, always positive spirit.
May 20, 2013
Dave,
We crossed paths in so many ways -- Penn State, USGS, GSA Hydrogeology Division, running -- that I felt like I had always known you. In you I had a supportive friend and colleague. I admired your thoughtful engagement in technical issues as well as your generously expressed sense of humor. We lost you all too soon. Fondly,
May 20, 2013
Dave,

You will always be larger than life. I have great, although sometimes foggy, memories of you at Penn State.
May 19, 2013
Just learned of Dave's death a few days ago. My PSU grad student time overlapped with Dave's, and years ago I would see him quite often. Sometimes our discussions would solve all the world's problems in one night. In his later years, with the disease, I was comforted to know that some of his State College friends visited him frequently in DC. He was one heck of a guy and I will miss him.

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