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May-31-14
To the people that have sent these messages I thank you from our family I thank you,to my dad I miss you more than you can ever imagine.I was lucky to have such a great father and grandfather to my kids until it see you again I love you and thank you. Mike Evans
December-21-12
I was planning a driving trip to the Island this summer and thought of David and the fun we had in the 6th grade. Although we hadn't spoken in over 50 years I never think of Dave without smiling as I remember almost burning down the garage (kids, gas and matches, not a good combination). We learned to hot wire Mac's Mercury and Lynne teasing us in the basement. My heart goes out to his friends and family.
Brent Mills, Portland Oregon
December-05-12
Happiness Lives In The Hearts That Love

Perhaps the stars in the sky are loved ones letting us know they are near, by guiding us through the night.
December-05-12
Lucky Man

So fancy and free
cruising in his Chevelle
for all his friends to see,

White lace and satin
was what bride Anne wore,
when Dave was married
Forty-two years ago.

Testosterone strong
two sons he soon had
to mentor and coach
What a wondereful Dad.

With acreage to groom,
Dave bought many toys,
an Excavator and tractor
the favourite of the boys.

Gambing in Vegas
Getting lost in Amsteram
Travelling the world
with his wife Anne.

With his sons getting married
his family would grow,
four grandsons later
made his heart full.

Fishing for salmon
or hunting for deer
playing some softball
or drinking his beer.

His life was so full
of laughter and cheer
many good times were had
so don't shed a tear.

Oh, what a lucky man he was
Oh, what a lucky man Dave was.

composed with love, by Anne
December-05-12
To My Wonderful Brothers

There were many times in our lives when we seemed to be in different worlds.

We were very different in many ways,
but we were also much the same in others, which is to be expected.

I loved you more than I could ever tell you. And I consider myself very lucky that you were born to be my brother. You were a wonderful gift given to me by God, and like so many other gifts we received, I sometimes forgot to be thankful for you.

I'd like you to know that I could never have chosen a more wonderful brother, and I loved you more than you'll ever know.

Love Lynne

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