I had the unique experience of meeting both David and Connie by telephone while with their nephew Bucky in New Orleans. Since those first conversations "Uncle David" and I talked many times. He was a remarkable man of integrity, generosity and kindness. I miss him very much.
David was an intelligent, honest, caring person. We had an open truthful understanding of life and mutual desires for happiness. I shall always cherish the wonderful memories of our times together, especially cruising and driving all over California. David is dearly loved and will be missed.
I met David and his wife through my brother Toby. My first impression was, "What a great couple!" I only met David a couple of times and each time I talked with him he made me feel positive about myself, especially at a time when I lost a loved one. I would always ask my brother, "how is David doing"? He will be missed and now I know where he is, he is doing just great! Gentle thoughts and prayers to David's family from Phoenix, Arizona.
I was fortunate to have my dad in my life for 57 years. I was always proud to share his name and look up to him in awe at all of his accomplishments none being greater then my mom and him raising 5 kids in this crazy world of ours. Our common interest in sports was a way for us to always communicate even when times were tough. I love you Dad and miss you!
Thank you, Pop, for being a wonderful guide throughout my life. You always stressed being honest in everything - work, play, family, life. It is my hope that I live my life and will via your shining example.
David was the person I could talk to and ocnfide in. He was my golf buddy. He did something I've tried to do and could never accomplish, he shot a 35 on the front nine at Creekside. David, you'll always be under par! love Tobe.
David Brown was a wonderful human being and a terrific uncle. Always upbeat, interested in the details of his nieces' and nephews' lives, always supportive. He was a caring, thoughtful and generous soul, who always seemed to have time for others. Some of my fondest memories are of time spent with "Uncle Dave".
We enjoyed knowing Dave through my parents, Dewey and Doris Ehlert. Dave helped my husband, Dave, prepare for my sister, Leslie's, wedding dinner. They had a good time cooking together. I know he will be greatly missed. I loved his sense of humor!
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
David Brown was a great man and a great father-in-law. He will be missed by all of us. We all enjoyed his humor, his wisdom, and his many talents. He had many accomplishments, but his best accomplishment of all was raising a wonderful family with five spectacular children. I hope he is singing his perfect baritone part in that big barbershop quartet in the sky. He will be forever missed and loved!!!