Hey Daddy, I got a job one that i really like working with homeless youth. I miss you like crazy everyday thanks to Monique your guest book will always be here. I miss talking to you, when i have things i want to say to you i find myself reaching for my phone to call you. People say it gets easier as time goes by, i don't agree!!!!!! Daddy: be safe. Me: always
Hi Monique - I don't know if you remember me, but I'm Mommy Waites' oldest daughter Net. I want to tell you what a wonderful daughter you are to keep your dad's memory alive. He would be so very proud of you.
May God bless you and the family.
Hey Dad - I miss your face so very much - I miss your laugh. I miss your knowledge and encouragement. I just miss you! WE LOVE YOU DADDY!
For my Dad . . . we miss you so very much!
Good Bye my friend, we had good times in the academy, and better ones throughout
our careers. You were a great boss in Fugitive when I retired. God Bless and keep you Dave
Deepest sympathy to the Orange family. Dave always had a great smile and was always helpful. Missed by all that knew him.
I have not seen Mr. David Orange in many years but I remember him as a good family man. We knew his children when they were very young and our hearts go out to all of his family. Remember he loved you and he will always be with all of you no matter what life brings you.
Love To All Of You
Evelina Waites Family
I had the good fortune of knowing Dave in my work life and bowling with him on a team at West Seattle Bowl. The best compliment I can give Dave is that he was a class act!!!! Just a great guy!!!! My wife remembers him when she and he attended West High in Bremerton and told me he was well liked there too. I have been retired over 26 years and his photo and memory still bring a smile to my face. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.
Deepest sympathies to the Orange family. It was a great honor in my life to know Dave. Being great pals with my father, Dave was around throughout all the years of me growing up. I enjoyed bowling, playing poker and always joking with Dave. He was a kind man who would do anything for anyone. I am a better man for knowing him all the years and being able to consider him a great friend of our family. RIP Dave!
With deepest sympathy to the family of Sgt. David Orange. He will always be Sgt. Orange to me. Remembering fun times in the Fugitive Unit had by all. He is now watching over all of us with his big smiling face. He will be missed by all. He adored his family very very much.
With all my sincere thoughts and prayers,
Rosalie Carkonen Possenti
(Admin. Fugitive Unit)
I am very sorry to hear of David passing away. May God be with you all.
As a former classmate at West High School in Bremerton, I am saddened to see another one of us has passed. RIP, David, and consolences to your children. Look in on us once in a while.
Our hearts reach out to the Orange Family. Condolences to all.
Death leaves a heartache that no one can heal, love leaves a memory that no one can steal.
From the Aunt & Uncle of Nina Orange
To the Orange family,
We are sharing in your sorrow today. If you trust in God, He will see you through this sadness that you now have to endure. He will also give you the assurance that you are always in His care. We are praying that God will hold you close throughout this time of sorrow, giving you His Peace today and a Hope for each tomorrow. You have our deepest sympathy as we are remembering you in your loss.
To my family...the Oranges, Nathans, and Saulsberrys: May God continue to comfort you and give you peace in your hearts, minds, spirits and souls...Cousin David is gone but not forgotten..my last memory of him is when I visited him at the rehabilitation center...I have never seen him laugh as much as he did that day...A wonderful memory that I will cherish forever...May God protect, cover, heal and unify our family to be a strong unit doing His will in His way...love you family...Praying for you this day and forever more...with my deepest sympathy and regard, Cousin Cynthia (Orange) Brady
Daddy it has been 6 days since you have been gone, everyone tells me my pain will be less with time, until that happens I'm still hurting and I feel lost without you. I feel very blessed that you were my Dad i will miss the talks and your great smile I love you more than you will ever know! Infinity!! Until we meet again XOXO
Pops,i am so glad that i had the chance to get to know you!! I will miss the GREAT BIG SMILE that you ALWAYS had!!May you RIP, i will miss you. You are now a angel watching over all of us!Love You
With deepest sympathy. You are in my prayers.
To the Orange family,
I am very sorry for your loss, I remember hanging out at "Pops" house and him coming home from work and all of us in the driveway talking car, it seemed everything would stop when he pulled up. we all would greet him as if we were standing at attention he would say hi and then he would head to the house , he was a man of few words but believe when he had something to say everyone listen.
Rest in Peace Mr. Orange
Dave was a good policeman and an even better sergeant. From the academy to his final days at the East precinct it was my honor to work with Dave. Dave, may God be with you and your family.
David T. Orange Sr. Gone but never forgotten . . . Tell Grandmother, Grandfather and Grandmama we said we love them!
To the family and friends of David Orange,
I worked for SPD as the first coordinator of the Seattle Crime Prevention Advisory Commission under then Mayor Wes Uhlman and Chief George Tilsch. David was also a great friend and help to get in getting what I needed in the department and was always supportive and answering all my "stupid" questions. I will always remember his wonderful smile, great humor and patience. There's a large hole in my life today with his passing.
Sending our thoughts, prayers, & condolences. Sorry for your loss.
You light up my life!
Blessed to have called you Dad
I love you so very much
To the strongest man I have ever known. I love you Daddy
Always an Forever
Daddy's baby girl
My heart hurts for all of you! RIP David Orange ~ Peace, 'hugs' and prayers! ?
Though I never met you, I feel I've known you for years after what Dez and Sarah said about you. We have a kindred spirit in some ways having both been in the military, especially during Vietnam days. Rest in Peace!
I am so sorry for you lost. Your all in my prayers. Sorry cant make it to the funeral, but will be thinking of you all.
We are going to miss you something fierce! You were such an amazing man and you have brought so much joy to our lives. Thank you for embracing me as a daughter and showing me what it is like to truly have a father. I don't know what I am going to do without you here, your smiling face and your silly jokes.. whose going to say "Oooh Luuuucy I'm home!"? I cherish the last few years we have had with you and feel so blessed that I got so much time with you! I LOVE YOU!! XOXO
I miss you Daddy - So very much.You truly were the world's BEST DAD!!!