I am saddened to hear the passing of your husband. My prayers are with you and your family.
You Italian Tour Buddy
David and Anita lived on the same street as we did, for many years. He always had a smile, and a wave for us as he drove by our house. Rest peacefully, David.
Dear Anita and Family: We were so saddened to read of Uncle Davey's passing. Many wonderful memories of time spent with you all during the time I worked for Steve. Our deepest condolences and warmest feelings for all of you. Pat and Austin Wolfe
Thinking of you in this time of sorrow.
Dear Anita & Family,
The world lost a wonderful person, Dave will be truly missed.
I have fond memories of working with Dave many years ago. Please accept my sincere condolences.
To Anita and Family,
I would like to express my sorrow for your loss. David was very kind to me, he was also a friend and colleague and he will be missed. I will keep you in my prayers.
Shirley Lance and Family
My heartfelt sympathy for your loss. David was a very special friend to me and I will alway remember him.
Boynton Beach, Fla.
My brother Jeff and I are so sorry to hear of Dave's passing. His 50+ year friendship with our late Uncle Ed was the stuff of legends in our family. Ed always looked forward to the Sunday drives he took with Dave, and Ed never ceased telling us stories about Dave. Ed referred to Dave as his best friend, and I know they cared deeply for one another. When their mutual friend Dave Goldberg passed and was buried on a very cold, snowy winter's day, Dave drove Ed to the Cemetary. Ed was chilled to the bone (he was in his late 80's), and thereafter announced that he himself was changing his funeral instructions so that no one would have to stand around freezing on his behalf. Now that Dave and Ed are together again for their Sunday drives, I know the first thing Ed said to Dave was to holler at him that he should have waited until warmer weather to leave this Earth. Jeff will sorely miss his almost daily stock talks with Dave. Jeff valued Dave's innate feel of the markets and treasured the friendship that grew up between them after Ed died. Our sincere condolences go out to all Dave's family.
As we are in Florida for the winter, we can not attend Dave's funeral but we would like to express our condolences to the Jainchill family. Having known Dave for the 45 yrs, we've been at Beth Jacob, we always found him to be pleasant, interested in the synagogue , and very generous with his time & money. He will be surely missed.
Mike & Harriet Gere