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June 26, 2013
We had joy,we had fun
We had seasons in the sun.
But the hills that we climbed
Were just seasons out of time.

Thank you Uncle David for the summer(s) I spent in Seattle with you taking me places and us having fun. And thank you for always reaching out to me and reminding me that I had family. You were a terrific person and I know your Spirit is safe with God...God bless.
June 26, 2013
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family, you are in our thoughts and prayers, may the "God who comforts" all the mourning ones strengthen you and your family during this difficult time. Please be assured in the words found in Deut. 31:6 where God promise "....He will neither desert you nor leave you entirely".
June 23, 2013
I feel blessed to have known Dave for nearly 25 years thanks to our common love of sports, in this case, Fantasy Football. He also had another sports love, soccer. He told me he used to get up before 6 AM on Saturdays to watch English Premier League soccer matches. We went to a few Sounders games and were going to the US - Panama game in Seattle the day after he passed. I will always cherish our friendship and know that fall won't be the same without Dave and the fantasy football.
June 23, 2013
I met Dave (aka PeeWee) through fantasy football over 20 years ago and remained in contact even after I moved away from Seattle. I was looking forward to seeing him in August. He will be deeply missed.

Russ Bauer
June 21, 2013
Dave was a truly delightful man, with a great sense of humor. We throughly enjoyed our last visit, which was spent at the Highland Games discussing Scottish/Irish backgrounds.

He had a passion for life and his family. I believe this Irish quote captures Dave:

May you enjoy the four greatest blessings:
Honest work to occupy you.
A hearty appetite to sustain you.
A good woman to love you (Barb).
And a wink from the God above.

Best wishes Dave, in your the rest of your journey.
June 20, 2013
I met Dave while working at the Alaska Building. He was a great recounteur (Noun: A person who tells anecdotes in a skillful and amusing way.) I remember him telling about employing mud-to-the-facemasks in high school football, and relaying the story of a play he'd attended which was a tale through the eyes of a dog. He was kind when others were being mean-spirited. His advice was straight forward and honest. He took on the task of becoming physically fit and won. What a guy. I'm sorry to learn that he has left the planet at such a young age. But I am glad that he left it a little better and a little brighter. You will be missed, Dave.
June 20, 2013
You are missed, Dave. You were truly one of the kindest, most warm hearted men I knew at the City of Seattle.
June 19, 2013
Dave, you were a dear friend and will be turly missed.
June 18, 2013
Dave was a very nice man. I have good memories of him from my childhood. He was my uncle Tim's best friend and a dear friend of my father's. As a teen in shoreline I saw him almost daily when he car pooled to work with my neighbor. Always in a good mood and smiling, that is how I will always remember Dave.
June 17, 2013
Dave you will be missed around the office of Housing.

Dave was a really cool guy. I am five years into my career at OH and I am glad to have met him. Dave gave me some good advice and other advice all in all he was a great guy that did great work... Later Dave
June 17, 2013
Uncle Dave knew when I was having boy problems as a teen. He say they didn't deserve me or their loss. More fish in the sea. ; )
June 16, 2013
I went to high school with Dave and saw him several times over the past couple of years. He was a nice man who seemed to enjoy his life with his wife and family. He will be mssed.
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