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July 20, 2018

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July 20, 2018

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September 1, 2017
RIP Dad,
You will ALWAYS be in our hearts,we miss you&am heartbroken❤❤❤❤❤
August 31, 2017
I'm a good friend of sister Joanne. David you must be an amazing person because your sister has the biggest loving ❤ prayers to your family
Shirley Gawlik
August 31, 2017
Sorry to hear of David's passing. I remember him from years ago when I was married to his cousin Mauro. Prayers to his family. RIP
August 31, 2017
David, one of my closest childhood friend who has remained a dear friend throughout the years. We played together, laughed together and shared so many childhood memories. We had a paper route together, we worked at the laudermat on Elm Street and then at Henry's Food Market on South Broadway and Valentine Rd.We were both pretty good athletes , both fast and we were almost always on the same side (we actually would make sure we would choose each other). You and I were the best at ring-a-livio, covering what seemed all of south Yonkers, right through the wee hours of night. I will also cherish the last several years, seeing you once or twice a year (always with a big hug and kisses) and speaking with you several times a year. My dear brother, RIP and as you would always end our conversations with "TI AMO"