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November 21, 2018

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June 16, 2018
SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS BRENDA. GOD BLESS AND KEEP YOU, AND YOUR FAMILY IN HIS LOVING ARMS. LET MEMORIES FILL YOUR MIND, WARM YOUR HEART AND HELP TO SEE YOU THROUGH, GOD BLESS <3
June 16, 2018
Great dorm-mate and teammate at Linsly. Lots of great memories.

Will miss Dave.

Bill Marsh
Austin, TX
June 15, 2018
David, may you rest peaceful my friend, I will always remember you as the guy that could make anyone laugh and brighten their day! Thank you for being my friend❤
June 14, 2018
'Tis a fearful thing
to love
what death can touch.
To love, to hope, to dream
and oh... to lose.

A thing for fools this, love.
But a holy thing to love
What death can touch.

For your life has lived in me,
Your laugh once lifted me,
Your word was a gift to me.
To remember this brings painful joy.

'Tis a human thing, love,
A holy thing,
To love
What death can touch.

~ Emmanuel of Rome in the 12th Century